Westport, Ct — It is estimated that over half of all New Year’s Resolutions will be broken by the end of January. Not so for Westport Farmers’ Market shoppers. The winter market, held every Saturday at Gilbertie’s Herbs & Garden Center boasts 1000 committed health-conscious shoppers a week. Whether you are, or have committed to be, paleo, gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, a conscious carnivore, or pescatarian – or whether your resolution is to take better care of yourself with a cleanse or your four-legged companion with fresh food – WFM has a vendor for you.
“WFM is a year-round resolution resource but takes on special importance at this time of year,” said Lori Cochran-Dougall, executive director of WFM. “We are here to help people get and stay healthy with a diverse group of vendors—all of whom are committed to raising, growing, and making the cleanest products in the state, if not the nation.”
Fort Hill Farm, Riverbank Farm, EHSTO, Nutty Bunny Vegan Ice Cream, Herbal Deva, Herbaceous Catering & this just names a few..
“As you can see, we have you covered,” said Cochran-Dougall. “Come see us this week to keep those resolutions!”
Westport Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from 10 to 2 pm at Gilbertie’ Herbs and Garden Center, 7 Sylvan Avenue, Westport. For more information, contact director@westportfarmersmarket, visit westportfarmersmarket.com, and follow Westport Farmers’ Market on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
About the Westport Farmers’ Market
The Westport Farmers’ Market is committed to providing fresh, local, healthy and seasonal food, serving, on average, 3000 customers per week from spring through fall, and 1000 per week during the winter market. We aspire to create a fun, safe and healthy community environment for education and socialization. Our mission is to increase awareness, knowledge and support for local producers focused on sustainable and healthy growing practices.
The Westport Farmers’ Market receives philanthropic support from: Aitoro, Boxcar Cantina; Cohen and Wolf; Club Pilates Westport; CTBites; Doc’s Maple; Earth Animal; Eileen Fisher; Farah’s Farm; Fleishers; Fresh Direct; Gault; Gilbertie’s Herbs & Garden Center; Jesup Hall; Neat Capital; Newman’s Own Foundation; Saugatuck Rowing Club; Sugar & Olives; Westport Sunrise Rotary; Terrain; Wave Hill Breads; and Wells Hill Farm.