Market Vendors

We’ve assembled a great vendor list this year! We have fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats, soaps, candles, artisan crafts, olive oil, bread, food trucks, kombucha, cookies, coffee and tea, yoga classes, skateboarding lessons, and more!

Keep checking back – we are still adding amazing vendors to this already amazing list!

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Bellevue Farmers Market? Learn more and apply online today!

Some vendors we have hosted in the past

Amber’s Comfort Kitchen – high quality, customized baked goods such as cakes, cookies, brownies and breads from Avalon, PA. (attending most weeks)

BIGr (Bellevue Initiative for Growth and Revitalization) – civic organization focused on bringing growth, businesses, and beauty to our borough of Bellevue, Pennsylvania.

The COVE Art Center – art space for kids to Create, Originate, Visualize and Explore, offering free art activities for kids ages 18 and under during the market, alongside handmade pieces for purchase.

De Fer Coffee & Tea – bringing amazing coffee and tea to people while making the world a better place through top-quality coffee and tea that benefits not only those drinking it, but those growing, harvesting, and processing it.

Finch Naturals Co. – locally-made handcrafted soaps and gifts, made in small batches using fine ingredients like homegrown herbs plant-based oils, local honey, and craft beer. (attending every other week)

Fire Nice Products – hot sauces, marinades, barbecue sauces, salsas, powders, dips with kosher, all natural, diabetic and vegan friendly cooking options.

Good L’Oven Cookie Shop – Bellevue bakery specializing in old fashioned, homemade cookies with a twist, using all natural ingredients from local sources.

Jodikinos Farm – fresh, in-season fruits and vegetables from their family farm in Clinton, PA.

Maggies Bundles and Berries – bundled fresh-cut flowers, berries, along with other produce from Freedom Farms.

Old Time Farm – dedicated to preserving the old fashioned, pre-industrial heritage breeds of livestock, with grass fed meats, heritage chicken and turkeys, desserts, eggs, and more.

Olive & Marlowe – Pittsburgh’s only independent olive oil and vinegar retailer, also selling bread from Five Points Artisan Bakeshop and assorted gifts from local women-owned businesses.

Philsons’ Bushel and a Peck Farm – sustainable farm with pesticide-, chemical-, and GMO-free products, including maple syrup, produce, chickens, ducks, and lamb.

Pitaland – Mediterranean bakery and grocery offering freshly made pitas, olive oils, imported cheeses, olives, spices, pastries and other Lebanese dishes.

Plank Eye Board Shop – Bellevue skate shop selling equipment, clothing, pants, and shoes as well as several Pittsburgh-based brands of both clothing and skateboards.

Red Star Kombucha – brewing fresh Kombucha in Pittsburgh since 2012.

Santa Fe Express Food Truck – authentic New Mexican cuisine that you are really not going to want to miss. (attending every other week)

Sturges Orchards – first generation fruit and vegetable farm specializing in peaches, apples, baby kale and other specialty crops, tomatoes, peppers, and sweet corn, as well as jellies and cider.

Vital Glow Yoga – Bellevue studio specializing in using linked breath and movement to foster focus and peace in the mind and body and making yoga accessible to all needs and bodies.

Wild River Kettle Korn – old fashioned kettle corn, popped in an open kettle on-site with all natural ingredients – just soybean oil, sugar and salt.

A Girl Called Erika – bright, cheerful handmade items including pouches, bags, totes, blankets perfect for babies, kids, or pets, and the ever popular mini crayon folio. (attending most weeks)

Baked True North – Emsworth, PA baker baking up cookies and other goodies that are gluten-free, natural, and sometimes without dairy and sugar.

Chez Lapin – artisan maker of eco-friendly soy candles & natural skin-care goods supporting a mission to promote natural beauty and self-care.

Clavicle Havoc – handmade jewelry that reflects the beauty of our daily struggles.

Curly’s Tin Rizzi Ice Cream – wildly fun and outrageously decorated truck delivering fun with both local and classic ice cream treats.

Doce Taqueria – the South Side’s favorite tacos, but in truck form.

FANtastic Food Truck – comfort food with an attitude, featuring fresh wraps and sandwiches (attending every Wednesday in September)

Farm & Forest – specializes in sustainably grown cut flowers; unique, handcrafted children’s toys and custom furniture; an eclectic array of terrariums; and customized flower boxes.

The Guild of St. Fiacre – Carnegie, PA urban farm that aims to provide healthy and nutritious produce to the surrounding community through natural farming methods.

Heart of Stone – one-of-a-kind clay pendants made from gemstones and minerals.

Iron Alley Soaps – natural handcrafted soaps made from sustainably produced oils and butters and locally sourced or wild harvested botanicals with no harsh chemicals, artificial colors or synthetic fragrances.

Jarred Goods – specializes in homemade salsa, mustard, pickles, relishes, fruit spreads, butters and other jarred items from family farms.

Tiny Seed Farm – Allison Park, PA farm founded with the idea that fresh local produce should be available to all.

Interested in joining the Bellevue Farmers Market as a vendor? Email us at or fill out our online application.


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