The BU Farmer’s Market will return in September, stay tuned to this page for dates.

Take a look at our list of Vendors that will be on the Plaza….

wards berry farm Ward’s Berry Farm is a family farm located
in Sharon, MA. Brothers Jim & Bob Ward have
run the farm since 1982, offering the finest quality
fresh picked fruits and veggies.


 Green Bee was started one day while collecting honey from their beehives, they thought: why can’t we turn soda into something more Real and Natural?  It all started in their kitchen, where they began creating drinks using our honey, fresh juices and herbs.


Q's Nuts

Q’s Nuts is a small family-owned & operated artisan nut company started by husband and wife team, Beth and Brian “Q” Quinn. It was founded in 2000 with the simple philosophy that wholesome ingredients, a love of good food, and a passion for creating in the kitchen would create some of the best tasting roasts around.


bellicchis Best BiscottiBellicchi’s Best  Kathleen Bellicchi started her business with her husband Eric.  With the help of Hope and Main, Rhode Island’s first haven for new food businesses, Bellicchi’s Best Biscotti is part of a movement that will help to grow Rhode Island’s local food economy.


Henna by Heather is a natural reddish brown plant dye that is used to create beautiful, temporary body art. It lasts from 1-3 weeks, typically around 7-10 days.We take pride in making our henna from scratch


Loco Coco Dan Bresciani and Sean Schiloski graduated college in 2014,  Dan from Clemson University and Sean from UMass Dartmouth. Almost immediately upon being thrown into the real world, they both noticed a glaring hole in the RTD coffee industry. A coffee that was healthy and (most importantly) tasted good was hard to come by. Being (former) athletes and active people themselves, they knew that there was a need and market for a more natural “on the go” coffee drink.


Rosen’s Pickles Based in Boston, Rosen’s makes a unique line of naturally fermented pickles & condiments that go great on salads, sandwiches, rice, and more! We’re a proud member of the CommonWealth Kitchen culinary incubator in Dorchester.





 We make and sell personal care products. Our products include handmade  soaps, soy candles, shea   butters, massage and body oils, room and linen spritzers, sachets and more. All Urban Kitchen products are produced in our Alston, Massachusetts studio.




At Chica de Gallo, we take our salsa & guacamole seriously & ourselves a little less so. Our products are carefully crafted with quality ingredients: juicy, vine-ripened tomatoes, a well-balanced blend of crunchy & spicy peppers, leafy green cilantro, and freshly squeezed lime juice.


Check back for more updates as we add more Vendors. If you’d like reserve space at our Farmer’s Market or know someone or a company that would please email David Frank our Sustainability Coordinator for more information –