The Killingworth Farmers Market is dedicated to educating customers about sustainable farming practices and supporting small organic farmers. “We really walk our talk, and believe you have to lead by example,” says Market Manager Bonnie Hail.

“I want to get people into the Farmers’ Markets, to taste and touch and have their senses opened to real food, to support the people who are taking care of the land

so we’ll have a healthy source of food in the future.”

LOCATION:  Recycle Way, Route 81, Killingworth, CT (Next to Killingworth Library)

Upper Pond Farm

Upper Pond Farm’s mission is to provide delicious, fresh produce to the local community, especially our Lyme-Old Lyme neighbors.  Upper Pond Farm produces food using ecologically and financially sustainable methods while paying a socially just wage to workers.

Maple Breeze Farm

Everything is made with all of our own pork and beef. We know everything our animals have eaten. But more important to us, we know what  they have not eaten!

We invite you to Taste the Difference in our food by knowing your farmer, knowing your food!

Biscotti & Beyond

Simonne Mularski is a baker extraordinaire. She had a dream, starting her own business and that dream has come true with Biscotti and Beyond. You can call or email her with your order but you can also visit Killingworth farmers markets where she will be offering her delicious biscotti and cookies. 

Dough On Main

​Put simply, Dough on Main, now over six years old, offers good food.
Francis Brooke-Smith, a professional chef trained at The Ritz in London and
Paris, and well known in Connecticut for his 17 years as the Executive Chef at
​The Bee & Thistle Inn, has realized his dream of opening a prepared foods store and catering business.

John Fish
Down The Lane Farm

Down the Lane Farm, LLC is a family-run farm located in Killingworth, CT  engaged in beekeeping and other farming productions.    Greg, farmer and resident beekeeper has more than 20 years experience with honey bees.  Maureen, farmer’s wife and product creator was introduced to the skin care industry more than 25 years ago.   

Andies Cookies
Chatfield Hollow Farm

We grow edible and medicinal mushrooms, assorted garden vegetables, ornamental evergreen  and ginseng. Our  mushrooms are forest grown cultivated with organic spore on wood chips and logs cut on our property.

Method's used are traditional Japanese small-scale forest mushroom cultivation. 

Mushrooms are available May -October.

Pursuit of Pastry

Down the Lane Farm, LLC is a family-run farm located in Killingworth, CT  engaged in beekeeping and other farming productions.    Greg, farmer and resident beekeeper has more than 20 years experience with honey bees.  Maureen, farmer’s wife and product creator was introduced to the skin care industry more than 25 years ago.   

Andie’s Cookies bakes a variety of handcrafted cookies in small batches with love.  We use nothing but the best ingredients (local, if possible). Since we don’t put anything in our cookies that your mother or grandmother wouldn’t, they don’t have the extended shelf life of “factory cookies”. Even our packaging is eco-friendly, compostable and biodegradable.

Pursuit of Pastry is a French-inspired, classic bakery in the heart of Old Saybrook. Opened in 2012, we offer comfortable seating and fresh-brewed Ashlawn Farm coffee daily, along with a wide array of treats in our pastry case, such as cream puffs, whoopie pies, cookies, donuts, cupcakes and more.

Grab a loaf of any of our fresh, daily-baked breads on your way out.

Frank Andrews Mobile Kitchen

Our handmade, tossed Napolitano-style pizzas, calzones, and breads, are baked in our artisan wood-fired oven. We offer high-quality – yet competitively priced – locally grown and prepared fresh food. As a mobile food vendor, we have the unique ability to travel throughout Connecticut to serve customers wherever they may be located.

INTERSTED IN BECOMING A VENDOR?
Contact Ken Metz,  Market Manager ,  646-288-2986 | killingworthfarmersmarket@gmail.com

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