The Paramus Farmer’s Market just wrapped up their second season and is calling it a success.
According to northjersey.com, the market is looking into extending the length of their season next year.
The market, which is run by the Paramus Environmental Commission, ran weekly on Wednesdays from June 19 to Sept. 18 from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
A number of new vendors joined the market for their 2013 season. Among the products the new vendors brought through the table were Mediterranean specialties like hummus, taboulle, spinach pie, and stuffed grape leaves from Nana's Home Kitchen; a variety of cheeses from Edgwick Farms; grass fed beef, chicken and fresh eggs from Lowland Farms and Peg's Eggs; and Sanducci's Trattoria offered pizza both frozen and baked. Uncle Louie G’s Italian Ice kept customers cool all summer.
All signs point to the Paramus Farmer’s Market returning for a third season in 2014.