The Farmers' Market Cooperative of East Liberty is the oldest farmers' market in SW PA, we have been here since 1941! We are located across the street from Home Depot on Sherdian Ave. in East Liberty. The market is an "indoor" market, located in a 100 year old building. We operate year round and are open every Saturday from 5 am until 12 noon.
The Coop is owned by 4 farming families who operate farm operations during the week, and sell their products at the market on Saturday.
- John and Val Kennedy and children who operate the Kennedy Family Meat Stand- featuring chemical free meat and poultry from Butler County. This stand accepts VISA/MC, Food stamps, P. Vouchers.
- Tim Hileman and family who operate the Kistaco Farm Stand- Features locally grown apples and other fruits, as well as a wide range of vegetables. The apple cider is the best in Pittsb urgh. The Farm is located in Armstong County.
- The Greenawalt family operated Ina Greenawalt and children- Offer locally raised eggs, milk & cheese products, government inspected raw milk, duck and goose eggs (in season). All Eggs are produced the way grandma did it. Also offer home made Jellies, jams, honey, collectibles,free used clothes. Brian Greenawalt runs B&G Enterprises which offers Indoor and outdoor plants, vegetables and fruits, fresh cut and dried herbs year round,potting soil and barn soil chicken manure. The farm is located in West Newton, PA.
- Rick Zang operates the Zang's Greenhouse stand- Rick offers year-round plants, holiday flowers, Pennsylvania mushrooms, assorted vegetables, handmade wooden toys, birdseed, cut flowers.
There are a number of other vendors at the market that offer many different types of items. These include prepared foods, baked goods, cheese, coffee, olive oil. The farmers and vendors are here to answer your food concerns and share with you educational tips on how we grow our products. We change products as the seasons change, but we never change our love for farming and our commitment to our customers. We sell to the children of customers who bought from our parents many years ago.
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