Meet Our Producers

Here is a directory of all our farmers and food artisans and a description of products they sell.

Tasty.  Health.  Food.

At Hyde Park Farmers’ Market, we are a “producers’ market.” This means you buy directly from the source—not a re-seller. HPFM producers share a passion for wholesome food and a commitment to doing things the right way. This comes through in the food quality and selection at market each week.

Stringent standards ensure that you know what you are getting at HPFM.
The producers you visit each week have been through a vetting process that includes an assessment of their growing, production and sourcing practices. Use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, growth hormones and antibiotics, chemical sprays, artificial flavorings and ingredients, and environment-damaging practices is strictly frowned upon at HPFM.

Check out the family farms and foods artisans:

Our Farmers

Local Farmers and Regenerative
Agriculture Since 2005

Responsible farming practices do not afford shortcuts. The result of toiling over soil health, natural pest control and pasturing livestock is better tasting, more nutritious food. Every step of the process is taken with the preservation and protection of the environment in mind. 

Meet our growers who embrace regenerative farming to offer top-notch vegetables, fruits, meats and eggs. 

Angie’s Roses: Fresh-cut roses and flowers.

Backyard Orchard: Arriving late-June with peaches, apples, other tree fruit, cider, and preserves.

Can-Du Farm: Family farm providing fresh seasonal produce.

Eaton Farm: Diversified farm offering silvopastured non-GMO pork, pastured non-GMO chicken, turkey and eggs, 100% grassfed beef and lamb, and seasonal veggies. CSA available.

Elmwood Stock Farm: Specialty crop seasonal veggies, eggs and sausage. USDA Certified Organic and Kentucky Proud. CSA available.

Farm Beach Bethel: Unusual greens, diverse veggies.

Grassroots Farm & Foods: 100% grassfed beef and lamb, pastured poultry, Woodlot pork, eggs, and prepared foods.

Hazelfield Farm: Naturally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, and grains. Specializes in heirloom and heritage varieties. CSA available.

Hazelfield Farm Flowers: Diverse perennial and annual specialty cut-flowers for markets, special orders and events. Flowers are all grown using regenerative farming methods.

Idyllwild Farm: Mindfully grown seasonal produce. 

Owl Creek Bison: 100% grassfed bison, soup and marrow bones.

Running Creek Farm: Diverse seasonal veggies and farm flowers.

Shagbark Farm: Berries, melons, rhubarb, hickory syrup, mushrooms, herbs, jams and more.

Walnut Ridge Acres: Berkshire pork and seasonal produce, including microgreens.

Wildwood Flora: Attending through late-June with unusual herb plants, and some flower and veggie starts.

Our Food Artisans

Curating the Best

The prepared foods offered at market each week bring creative vision and quality ingredients together. The result is a host of crave-worthy offerings you can enjoy while you shop, as you cook, or later in the week.

Get to know the food artisans who bring their special touch to HPFM. 

Baudry: Eclairs, cream puffs, shortbread cookies, croissants, fruit tarts and Danish

Blue Oven Bakery: Artisan wood-fired bread

Boone Creek Creamery: Artisan cheeses that are handmade using European techniques and all natural Kentucky Proud milk. 

Bouchard’s: Fresh pasta.

Brewhaus Dog Bones: Brewhaus Dog Bones are handcrafted, small batch, oven baked dog treats made from whole grains proudly sourced from local microbreweries.

Cincy Sharp: Attending market every other week, beginning on May 19th. Minimally invasive waterstone knife sharpening.

Early Bird Gardens and Bakery: Gluten-free whole-grain scones and muffins (vegan).

Fab Ferments: Fermented veggie products, hot sauce, and kombucha pick-up (order ahead).

Fond: Summuh artisan hummus

Kofinas: Extra virgin first-cold-pressed olive oil from small family groves in Crete, premium quality vinegar and dipping mixes.

La Terza CoffeeFreshly ground coffee

My Artisano Foods: Natural, artisan cheeses linked with the season and  made with locally-sourced milk from goats and cows.

Permaganic: Smoothies, fresh-squeezed lemonade

Queen City Bee Co.: Honey and honeybee products.

Simply French Cuisine: Variety of prepared foods.

Stock Up For Health: Fresh to frozen stocks made with locally sourced ingredients.

Streetpops: Small batch gourmet popsicles

The Tree Hugger Company: (Attending market every other week beginning on May 26th) Soaps, organic oils, and pet and personal care products made from locally-grown botanicals