The has gained momentum since in early June with 10 new vendors added in the last month.
The market's grand opening featured Polka Dot Pound Cake, Terry Farms of Orient, Papa Pasquale Ravioli Co. of Brooklyn, Orwasher's Bakery of New York City, The Pretzel Stop of Oceanside, Hahn's Old Fashioned Cakes Co. of Farmingdale and Sannino Wines of Peconic. Vendors who have jumped aboard since the market was launched include:
- The Dairy Boys Cheeses
- Shirley's Cupcakes
- Bobby Tomatoes
- Soaps by Susan
- Monty Breads
- Tre Colonne Italian Style Cookies
- Taste of North Fork Specialty Kitchen
- Best Pickles
- Arlotta Olive Oils and Vinegars
- Life is Gruff Dog Treats
"We have gained 10 more vendors since grand opening, which shows the market is doing well," said Seaford resident Donna Jebaily, who helped bring the farmers' market to her home community. "That's not bad considering it hasn't been open too long.
Jebaily said in the fall she is hoping to attract vendors who will offer apples, cider and pies.
The Seaford Farmers' Market is held each Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon until the end of November next to the . It is run by the Long Island Growers Market.
What do you think of the Seaford Farmers' Market so far? Tell us in the comments.
Interested in Wantagh-Seaford news, events, community bulletins, blogs and businesses? Sign up for the free Wantagh-Seaford Patch daily newsletter.