West Windsor Community Farmers Market – 15 Years and Growing!

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Market Closed on Saturday, October 27

Rain or shine, except in the case of a crazy nor'easter!!

This impending storm forecast is looking to bring us excessive rain and ridiculous winds right during our market hours. In this extreme case, the Market becomes unsafe for our farmers, vendors, community groups, musicians, and of course, you! High winds + tents = danger!! Please know that we do not take the idea of cancelling lightly and pride ourselves on our rain or shine philosophy. After consulting with our farmers and all reliable weather sources, we're erring on the side of safety. 

This will be the fifth time in our fifteen year history that we've cancelled, and hope you, as our devoted shoppers understand this difficult decision.

The best thing you can do for our farmers and vendors is to STILL COME OUT AND SHOP AT THE FARMERS MARKET NEXT SATURDAY!

Please call our market manager, Chris at 609-933-4452 if you have any questions.



Best in Class 2016


The West Windsor Community Farmers Market (WWCFM) kicks off its fifteen year of weekly farmers markets on Saturday, May 5th, from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Vaughn Drive Lot at the Princeton Junction Train Station in West Windsor.

What began as a grass-roots non-profit community effort in 2004 has grown into the area’s favorite farmers market featuring sixteen local farms and fourteen artisan food producers, all from within 50-miles of West Windsor, while still focusing on New Jersey agriculture and small producers. Healthful and seasonal eating meets community at this widely popular open-air Saturday marketplace.

Market selections include:

  • Fresh produce
  • Sustainably caught coastal seafood
  • Mushrooms
  • Farm fresh eggs
  • Gluten-free bakery items
  • Alpaca Fiber Wear
  • Jams and jellies
  • Artisan Cheeses
  • Rustic Breads
  • Fresh pressed juices
  • Fresh Pasta and sauces
  • Wine
  • Vegan chocolates
  • Pastured meats and poultry
  • Soups & Chili
  • Locally grown oats
  • Prepared curries and chutneys
  • Orchids & Supplies
  • Savory and sweet crepes
  • Breakfast sandwiches
  • Knife sharpening
  • Raw honey
  • Bakery treats
  • Açai bowls

The WWCFM welcomes a new farm and vendors to its already bustling roster:

Curries and Chutneys (savory sauces and condiments for nearly any vegetable or protein)
Lillipies (breads, bagels, cookies and treats – returning after a two-year hiatus)
Mama Dude’s Food Truck (breakfast and brunch creations)
Mishti Chocolates (vegan chocolates bars and cocoa)
Morganics Family Farm (locally grown oats and grains)
WildFlour (gluten-free savory and sweet baked goods)

Returning farms and vendors:

Beechtree Farm, Cherry Grove Farm, Chia Sin Farm, Davidson Exotic Mushrooms, First Field, Frank’s Pickled Peppers, Fulper Family Farmstead, Great Road Farm, Griggstown Farm, Hopewell Valley Vineyards, Jammin’ Crepes, Jeff’s Organic Produce, Krowicki Farm, Local 130 Seafood, LoRe Pasta, North Slope Farm, Nice and Sharp Knife Sharpening, Shibumi Farm, Stony Brook Orchids, Stults Farm, Terhune Orchards, Terra Momo Bread Company, Tico’s Juice & Açai Bowl Truck, WoodsEdge Farm

The WWCFM runs every Saturday, rain or shine from 9:00am-1:00pm, May 5 until November 17. The Vaughn Drive lot is at the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station just off Alexander Road in West Windsor. Free parking. Please call market manager, Chris Cirkus with any questions 609-933-4452

The WWCFM accepts SNAP/EBT and offers matching incentives towards fruit & vegetable purchases (up to $15 per market day). Visit the market table for more information.

*Since 2012, the WWCFM has been voted the Top Celebrated Market in New Jersey and a Top 100 Most Celebrated Market Nationwide, in American Farmland Trust’s I Love My Farmers Market Contest.

Be sure to follow the market on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for market info and photos.


SNAP & Garden State Good Food Network


SNAP LogoThis season, we've partnered with the Garden State Good Food Network to help folks utilizing food assistance stretch their SNAP/EBT benefits further.
For each $1 SNAP market token purchased, we'll match another $1 token towards the purchase of more fruit and vegetables (up to $20/market day)!!

Please let anyone you know, well, know! Fresh food is a right, not a privilege.

More information about SNAP can be found in our FAQ.