The Minnetonka Farmers Market gives us a reason to look forward to every Tuesday between June 13 and September 26. With the final days of the Farmers Market 2017 season upon us, it’s time to act fast and grab any last locally grown treats—until next summer.
The Minnetonka Farmers Market features a wide range of vendors that offer a variety of goods, from dog treats to honey to kettle corn. Some of this year’s vendors include Aki’s Bread Haus, Bee Happy Honey and Picha Farms.
Wild Fruits Farm is another favorite at the market. From St. Croix Valley, Wild Fruits Farm brings organic apples and raspberries, as well as apple cider and seasonal vegetables. The team only visits Minnetonka a handful of days throughout the summer, so check them out on September 5 and 19 to satisfy your healthy and wholesome sweet tooth.
If you’re looking for something more substantial to get the family through the colder months, Willow Creek sells 100-percent natural, grass-fed beef, including ground beef, roasts, beef sticks, stew meat, soup bones and a variety of steaks.
Regardless of what you came for, it’s very unlikely that you’ll leave the Minnetonka Farmers Market empty-handed. From fresh fruits and vegetables to prime meats to flowers and home décor, the market is a great one-stop shop for fresh goods as the summer winds down.