Haddonfield Farmers Market

18th Annual Haddonfield Farmers’ Market Returns on Saturday May 20

The Haddonfield Farmers’ Market is back for 2023, returning to Kings Court on Kings Highway in Haddonfield, NJ for its 18th season starting Saturday May 20 at 8:30 AM.

The grand opening will include a 10 AM ribbon-cutting ceremony, opening remarks by Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher of the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, plus all the fresh fruit, plants, vegetables, baked goods and locally made goodies the market is known for – as well as prize drawings throughout the day, live local music, and much more. From returning vendors to new, there’s always something happening at the Haddonfield Farmers’ Market! 


“This market complements the quaint atmosphere of this beautiful and historic downtown,” NJDA Secretary Douglas Fisher said. “Opening day has become an annual rite of spring and allows residents to interact with farmers and other vendors while supporting those who grow the finest fruits and vegetables and so much more.”

The market runs every Saturday through October 14, rain or shine, with special activities planned throughout the season.

“This 2023 Market Season reaches 18 years of the Haddonfield Farmers’ Market being in operation due to its support from the local community as well as our generous sponsors,” said Ralph Ciallella, Director of the Haddonfield Farmers’ Market. “Year after year, the familiar faces and new visitors,  vendors old and new, and the market’s ambiance – it’s something new every season!

The Haddonfield Farmers’ Market is held at 2 Kings Court, Haddonfield NJ 08033; free on-street and off-street parking is available in downtown Haddonfield all weekend. The market will run every Saturday through October 14, with special activities planned throughout the season.


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Marilyn Johnson

Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.

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