Meet Our Vendors

Ada Village Kids Garden

#21The Ada Village Kids Garden program runs April through August. The program is open to children ages 9-12. For registration information, please click here to download a PDF. For additional information, please contact the Ada Township Parks & Recreation Department at 616.676.0520 or email Mark Fitzpatrick, Parks Director.

All Natural Promises

Enjoy a variety of skin care and cleaning products using freshly grown herbs and medicinal plants grown by Cinnamin Piggott, a former veterinary technician.  From lip balm to healing ointments and canine natural products, the promise of pesticide-free skin care is their bottom line. Check out her selection of fresh and dried herbs along with tea!

Boxcar Coffee Company

 Boxcar Coffee is handcrafted java from people who care.  They are passionate about bringing approachable coffee to consumers  – even to the Market! Learn more about the story at their website or come grab a cup and hear it in person!

The Cheese People

Dedicated cheesemongers bring fresh artisan cheeses to our market from a variety of Midwest producers.

Country Harvest Greenhouse

We’re a family owned business specializing in local and handmade products.  Throughout the year, we have a wide variety of annuals, perennials, and veggie plants, along with a selection of trees and shrubs. During the summer, we have local produce, including strawberries, tomatoes, lettuce, squashes, peaches, apples, and many more.

Crane Dance Farm LLC

Crane Dance Farm is named for the Sandhill Cranes that make the farm their home each spring. Crane Dance Farm nestles among the rolling hills, woods and wetlands of Middleville in Barry Country, Michigan ~ a perfect setting for a sustainable, regenerative, pasture-based farm.  The farm provides chemical-free, nutritious and delicious pork, beef, lamb, poultry and eggs. Healthy sustainability underscores the farm’s philosophy. Jill and Mary work humanely with animals and in harmony with the land.

Daily De-lish, LLC

We’re about using Whole, Organic ingredients, about sourcing Local whenever possible, about Quality hand-crafted Artisan products, about Healthy, about an Everyday balance of Nutrients your body needs and the De-lish-ousness that it craves.  Eat it Daily, or share these gift-able bags of goodness for the Holidays.

Duane Rasch Orchards, LLC

Being a fifth generation farmer, Duane Rasch has been farming all of his life. His primary crop is apples although a variety of other fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, cherries & peaches are grown as well. In addition cash crops of hay, corn & soybeans are also grown. With 500 acres of orchards Rasch uses the IPM (integrated pest management) approach which includes primarily fungicide with limited pesticides to protect the crops.

Flower Garden

Buckets of flowers and a perky greeting? You must be at Casey Lemieux’s booth – The Flower Garden. Casey has been growing her flowers for retail over 14 years and has been part of our market for several years. In addition to selling at markets around the area, she also creates custom arrangements for weddings and other special events.

Frozen Creek Farms

We invite you to discover our unique farm, nestled in the gentle hills of Northeast Kent County, just minutes from Grand Rapids. We have acres of brightly colored flowers, fragrant herbs and pumpkins.  Our plants are harvested at the peak of perfection, then carefully dried by our own special methods,( we Freeze-Dry our flowers and Preserve Bridal and other keepsake flowers), to retain their vivid colors and full fragrances. Our pumpkin patch awaits your selection! But be patient, we’re still building and planting! We have several different sizes and styles of herb gardens in the works.

Field & Fire

This organic, wood-fired bakery is located in the Downtown Market. They mix their doughs by hand and use a long fermentation process. All of their products are baked in traditional wood-fired ovens, fresh every day, just for you!

Good Sweet Earth

Good Sweet Earth is an all-organic soil amendment and fertilizer company, family-owned and operated in Zeeland Township, Michigan. If you’re looking for a soil boost, they have what you need. Those tomatoes looking a little tepid? They have just the mix for your little green guy.

They even offer personalized soil care for those of you who are looking to wean yourself from chemicals on the grass. Visit their website for more info then stop by their booth.

Grampa's Pastys

Calling all you Yoopers (and you wannabees – you know who you are)! Come grab a fresh, homemade pasty just like Uncle Buck used to make. No need to cross The Bridge to get this stuffed goodness. It’s made down here, in Richland and brought to Market every Tuesday. Buy a bunch and keep it for the weekend trip to the beach!

Great Bread Company

 The Great Bread Company has been producing European Hearth Style breads for over 20 years and is a non-franchise, privately held bakery. We supply restaurants in West Michigan as well as 34 farmer’s markets each week during the summer and travel with the Shipshewana on the Road organization in the spring and fall every year.

We have a 5000 sq. ft. facility with state of the art equipment, a 3- Deck stone hearth oven that was manufactured in Nice, France.   Our research and product formulations are from Europe making our breads the finest quality. We use only non-bromated flours(which have been associated with cancer-causing carcinogens) and no chemicals, preservatives or animal fats.

Great Harvest Bread Co.

 We believe our success comes from a strong commitment to uphold the legacy and integrity of the Great Harvest brand with its focus on the customer experience, and the promise of phenomenal tasting products made with freshly-milled whole grain blended with pure and simple ingredients. In short, we create, share, and teach the tools that bakery owners use to personalize their bakeries and achieve their unique goals within the context of the Great Harvest franchise agreements.

Heffron Farms Market

We take great pride in making available products that are raised without the use of growth hormones, preservatives, dyes and antibiotics on a daily basis and raised in a humane way.

J & J Tortilla Co.

Our authentic stone ground tortillas are made with Michigan grown certified organic grains and non-gmo cold-pressed sunflower oil from Northern Michigan.  They can be served warm or cold.  Warm for tasty soft tacos, burritos or quesadillas.  Bake them to make chips for dipping and use them cold for any sandwich wrap you can think of!  Limits are off the table when it comes to the number of fresh options.

KDL Library

Summer is time to read and there is ALWAYS time for a good book! Come learn about the great programs for all ages waiting for you at the library.

Knob Hill

Beer and brats for summer? Knob Hill has you covered on the latter – you’re on your own with the beer! This family owned business stuffs a mean wurst, filled with flavor and yum!

L & L Bull, LLC

L & L Bull is a 200-acre diversified farm owned by 5th generation farmers Leslie and Lynn Bull.  Leslie’s great-great grandfather started it all by settling in the area a mile from the current farm. You will find a mix of produce, fruits and hanging baskets all under their booth.

Lettuce Boy Farm

Lettuce Boy Farm is located in Belding and brings a lovely variety of  organic lettuce and other products grown with sustainable techniques.

M & J Kettle Corn

  Mike and Judy are out this year, due to their grandkids’ commitments to summer activities.  We’ll see them next year!

Melody Bee Farms

We have dedicated eight acres to growing basketfuls of fresh herbs and vegetables to stock our farmer’s stand located here on 52nd Street in Ada. We’re growing local so you can realize “our-garden-to-your-table” deliciously nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables.

Melody Bee Farms also has a large variety of farm goods including honey, maple syrup, fresh, free-range eggs,  poultry & beef (in season).  We also offer high quality hay very popular with area horses and their owners.  Call us at (616) 862-3771 for current prices.

Olivia's Gift

If you are in the Market and see wheelchair riding popcorn sellers with red and white striped boxes on their heads, you’ve met some of Olivia’s Gift’s talented sales team! Olivia’s Gift is a non-profit creative housing partnership for young adults who require a high level of care. We are lucky to have them in our market, providing fresh popped popcorn and big smiles to light up the day. Stop by their booth and check out their crafts as well.

Sandy's Fudge

Sandy has been making fudge for over 20 years and selling to public for over two.  She began her adventures in selling with us at the Ada Farmers Market and is busy expanding her product in local retail stores.

The Silo Hydro Farm, LLC

The Silo is located in beautiful Ada, Michigan. This year we are growing sensational strawberries and flavorful cherry tomatoes for the community. We are committed to providing fresh, safe, and nutrient-rich produce grown in a sustainable manner. Our produce is always non-GMO and organically treated which means NO harmful chemical pesticides, herbicides or algaecides are used in the growing process. Every day, our mission is to grow high quality produce we can be proud of. Visit us here –

Sugar Momma's Pastries

Calling all sweet tooths! Sugar Momma’s Bakery is coming back to Market with locally baked goodies to make our Tuesdays a little bit sweeter. All sorts of treats will be at their booth so visit their selection while you’re here.

Summertime Blooms

Beautiful blooms picked in colorful bouquets to take home for yourself or someone special!

USborne Books

Have you run out of books for your little ones? Then stop by and talk to the book lady who sells books just for kiddos like yours. There’s a wide selection of books at all levels – especially in sizes to fit those little hands!

Visser Farms LLC

Like many of our local farmers, Visser Farms history reaches far back in time. The original Visser immigrated from the Netherlands in the late 1800’s, settling into the Jenison area to farm and raise his family. And family continues to make their business run today, with everyone doing their part to grow produce, serve the community and build a successful future.