Farmers Market

Our Mission

Alliance Farmers Market's goal is to address insufficient access to fresh and affordable fruits and vegetables for individuals working and residing in USDA designated food desert. The Market takes in place in Bridgeport on Fridays starting July through October.

2024 Market Info

1151 Park Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Every Friday from July 12 to October 25
12 pm to 3 pm

Our Impact

During 16 market days in 2023…

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Our Vendors

As an organization, we realized we can do so much more for the community and small business. Last season’s vendors were proof of that.

Brand new businesses sold out their products. Existing businesses networked, grew their business and sold out their products too.

By providing this service we are promoting economic opportunities among small family farms as well as small businesses while improving health through increased consumption of locally grown products! Farmers and consumers alike benefit from improved access to fresh, healthy, local food and products. This type of consumer connection creates economic opportunities for small and mid-sized family farms and local businesses and increases consumer choice and access to fresh and healthy food for families in densely populated urban area.

2023 Vendor List


Nourish - leafy greens - variety of lettuce, arugula, swiss chard, kale, herbs (basil, thyme, oregano, parsley, sage)
People 1st - Tomatoes, microgreens, onion, green onions, garlic, bell peppers, jalapenos, okra, red radishes, daikon radishes, collard greens, spinach, curly kale, arugula, cilantro.
Smith Acres - Fruits and vegetables, milk, eggs, cheese, jams, pickles, salad dressings, salsas, breads, cookies, and pies.


Tropical Fruits & natural juices - Juices from tropical fruits
Kayjun Katering - Our mission is to be the change we want to see in this world beginning with how we treat ourselves, health and others.

Food Trucks

B. Wilson Kitchen - Caribbean food
Empanada Pop Up - Empanadas & rice bowls
Khemis Vegan Cuisine - Hand-crafted vegan meals
Que Rico Food Truck LLC - Mexican food
Zlicious Caribbean Kitchen - Caribbean food

Other Vendors

Class Act Clothing - Clothes, handbags, hats, shoes, natural soaps
Chacharitas Horte - Bows, hats, t-shirts, swimsuits, key chains, backpacks, headbands, phone accessories
Dragon Fire Wood Burning - Wood burning signs of all shapes and sizes
Gifted Hands Jewelry LLC - Handmade jewelry
Kiffy Naturals USA - Handmade soaps, shea butter, jewelry & more
Gifted Hands Jewelry LLC - Handmade jewelry
Skeletons In My Closet - Vintage clothing, jewelry & accessories


Dustina Rose Music - Music


Access Independence - Promoting independence and opportunities for persons with disabilities through advocacy, empowerment and education
Griffin Health Covid-19 Vaccine Project - Free Covid-19 vaccines and health screenings
The Hub - Mental health and addiction services
Level Up Gym - Lowering obesity rates and increasing quality of life
Operation Fuel, Inc. - Energy and utility assistance
Recovery Network of Programs - Helping individuals recover from substance use, mental health disorders and homelessness
Taxpayer Advocate Service - An independent organization within the IRS to ensure that every taxpayer is treated fairly
Tone Communications - Helping individuals recover from substance use, mental health disorders and homelessness

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Become a Vendor

Interested in becoming a vendor for our 2024 season? Please download the Vendor Application form and the Regulations and Vendor Agreement, fill them out and email them to the Farmers Market Coordinator. Use our helpful checklists to help you prepare.

Vendor Forms

Contact Information

Zeljka Trivunovic, Director of Operation & Planning
Phone: 203-366-8241 ext. 3261

Our Partners

Thanks to the generous support from the Bridgeport Farmers Market Collaborative (BFMC),  the Alliance Farmers Market has been able to provide essential groceries aid, including SNAP, WIC, and senior matching programs, as well as distribute Bridgeport Bucks Vouchers to families in need, totaling an estimated $5,336 in assistance.

The Bridgeport Farmers Market Collaborative (BFMC) is a network of farmers markets that improves access to locally-grown produce and makes it more affordable, while supporting the local economy and building community across the city. Alliance is a member of BFMC, where all of our customers can double their SNAP benefits, Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks, and receive Bridgeport Bucks!

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