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Cerritos
Farmers Market
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View of Cerritos Market from north.
(HAFM's Cerritos Farmers Market seen from north end)
Saturdays
8am - noon

This weekly Certified Farmers' Market is held in Towne Center at Park Plaza Drive & Park Plaza West, just north of the Performing Arts Center.



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Parking: all around the market (all free of course).


Public transit: Cerritos's COW || LA Metro || LB Transit


Products available in this market:
Bee products
Cut Flowers
Eggs
Fruit Juices
Fruits
Herbs
Jams
Jellies
Mushrooms
Nuts
Plants
Spreads
Sprouts
Vegetables
Wheatgrass Juice
Beverages
Breads
Cakes
Cookies
Feta Cheese
Filipino Foods
Fruit Cups
Granola
Hot dogs/sausage dogs
Kettlecorn
Mediterranean treats
Mexican hot foods
Pastries
Pies
Processed Nuts
Processed Seeds
Produce Rinse
Roasted Corn
Seafood
Official logo for California-grown Certified Farmers' Market.


Farmers - Year-round:

A.J. --> [photos]:
A.J.: Outdoor Plants. annual and perennial nursery stock (including roses and some vegetable and herb plants) from 4" to 5 gallons.

Aroma Orchids --> [photos]:
Aroma: Orchids. live orchids.

Avitua-Walker --> [photos]:
Avitua/Walker: Fruits, Nuts, Dried Fruits. apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums, pears (including Asian), grapes, figs, jujubes, grapefruit, pomegranates, melons, apples, oranges, kiwis, avocados, persimmons, pomelos, nuts (including almonds, macadamias, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts), and dried fruits.

Bernard --> [photos]:
Bernard: Citrus and Avocados. oranges (including navel, Valencia, blood, Seville, and Cara Cara), grapefruit (including red, white, yellow, Oro Blanco, Cocktail, and pomelos), lemons, kumquats, various limes, various avocados, passion fruit, pomegranates, Kishu and Satsuma mandarins, citrons, Buddha's Hands, and tangerines.

Beyond Bok Choy --> [photos]:
Beyond Bok Choy: Asian Vegetables. Asian vegetables and melons, tomatoes, jujubes, herbs, peppers, eggplant, and peanuts.

Bih Shan --> [photos]:
Bih Shan: ORGANIC Asian Mushrooms and Greens. mushrooms (year-round - oyster, reishi, shiitake, wood ear; seasonally - abalone, button, enoki, maitake), garlic, sprouts, herbs, cabbage, and lettuce.

Captain Cactus --> [photos]:
Captain Cactus: Succulents. potted succulents.
Captain Cactus is also available for landscaping.

Energy Bee --> [photos]:
Energy Bee: Honey, Royal Jelly, and Pollen. honey (cotton blossom, orange blossom, blackbutton sage, wildflower, buckwheat, and avocado), and other bee products (such as honey sticks, pollen, royal jelly, and occasionally candles).

Gama --> [photos]:
Gama: Eggs, Vegetables, and Fruits. white and brown eggs, potatoes (red rose, white rose, Yukon Gold, purple, and russet), navel and Valencia oranges, carrots, onions, yams, beets, garlic, raisins, Swiss chard, cilantro, lettuce, cherries, tomatoes, tomatillos, melons, grapes, bell peppers, cactus leaf, and fava beans.

Gaytan --> [photos]:
Gaytan: Vegetables, Tomatoes, Strawberries. strawberries, broccoli, cabbages (including Brussels sprouts), beets, turnips, leeks, spinach, onions, cauliflower, carrots, celery, lettuce, Italian parsley, mint, various radishes, cilantro, asparagus, artichokes, basil, green beans, bell and fresno peppers, tomatoes (including cherry), cantaloupes, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, and green onions.

Ha's Apple Farm --> [photos]:
Ha: Apples, Juice, Pears, Jams, Jellies, Vinegar. apples (including Arkansas Black, Cameo, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Gala, Granny Smith, Honey Crisp, Mutsu, Orin, Pink Lady®, Red Delicious, Sommerfield, Sundowner, Tsugaru, Winesap), apple products (such as juice, spreads, jams, jellies, cider vinegar, dried chips, and fruit roll-ups), raspberries, peaches, melons, grapes, pears (including Asian Shingo, Bartlett, Twentieth Century), sugar plums, jujubes, pomegranates, and applewood chips. Also lilac bouquets in Spring.

Jones --> [photos]:
Jones: Fruits. oranges (including Cara Cara and other navels), Mellogold grapefruit, cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, plums, garlic, seedless grapes, watermelons, pomegranates, persimmons, and pomelos.

K.F.S. --> [photos]:
K.F.S.: Sprouts and Wheatgrass Juice. bean/grain/grass/pea sprouts, spreads, and wheatgrass juice.

Ramona D & C --> [photos]:
Ramona: Various Cultured Eggs. quail eggs and incubated chicken/goose/duck eggs prepared in a variety of Asian ways (including balut).

R.S. --> [photos]:
R.S.: Strawberries, Tomatoes, Melons, Vegetables. strawberries, tomatoes, broccoli, beets, cabbages (including Brussels sprouts), carrots, cauliflower, onions (including green), cilantro, celery, leeks, radishes, turnips, asparagus, lettuce, artichokes, peas, squash, beans, cucumbers, corn, and peppers.

Santiago --> [photos]:
Santiago: Berries. blackberries, blueberries, red and yellow raspberries, strawberries, carrots, and onions.

Sherrill --> [photos]:
Sherrill: Fruit Juices, Jellies. juices (including apple, pomegranate, apple/pomegranate, apple/peach, orange), and jellies (including apple/peach, apple/cherry/pomegranate, orange/pomegranate, and pomegranate).

Shigeru Flowers --> [photos]:
Shigeru with Pleasant Valley: Cut Flowers. cut flowers.

Skyline Flowers --> [photos]:
Skyline: Cut Flowers. cut flowers.

Smith --> [photos]:
Smith: Vegetables, Fruits. lettuce, broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, cauliflower, celery, cilantro, cabbages, beets, Swiss and rainbow chard, asparagus, artichokes, spinach, onions, strawberries, peas, tomatoes, squash (including small pumpkins), corn, peppers, melons, beans, eggplant, and okra.

Tamai --> [photos]:
Tamai: Strawberries, Tomatoes, Vegetables. strawberries, spinach, beets, cilantro, parsley, mint, dill, arugula, Swiss chard, carrots, asparagus, artichokes, beans, cabbages, corn, tomatoes, basil, squashes, melons, radishes, and cucumbers.

Valley Center --> [photos]:
Valley Center: Fruits. oranges (including navel, blood, and Valencia), mandarins, grapefruits, tangerines, lemons, avocados, cherries, apricots, peaches, cantaloupes, plums, grapes, apples, passionfruit, pomegranates, persimmons, and nopales.

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Erickson (May-Jun) --> [photos]:
cherries (including Brooks, Tulare and Rainier).

Fernandez (Sep-Jun) --> [photos]:
Fernandez: Medjool and Barhi Dates. dates (Barhi, Deglet Noor, and Medjool), Armenian cucumbers, and figs.

Fruit Fairy/Naylor (May-Sep) --> [photos]:
Fruit Fairy: ORGANIC Fruits. apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, grapes, and pomegranates.

Garcia, A. (May-?) --> [photos]:
Garcia, A.: Fruits, Raisins, Roots. navel and Valencia oranges, raisins, apples, lemons, tangerines, mandarins, grapefruit, walnuts (whole and shelled), sweet potatoes, yams, cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, Asian pears, plums, pluots, seedless grapes, melons, figs, peanuts, and persimmons.

Gonzaga (Sep-Jun) --> [photos]:
Gonzaga: ORGANIC Fruits and Vegetables. oranges (including Valencia, Cara Cara, and other various navel), tangelos, tangerines (including Shasta Gold), lemons, mandarins, grapefruit (including Cocktail, Mellogold, and pomelos), avocados, Asian vegetables, blueberries, mulberries, cherries, corn, white peaches, melons, red onions, eggplants, yellow zucchini squash, plums, grapes, peppers, peanuts, jujubes, Asian pears, pomegranates (and seeds), and persimmons.

K & K (May-Dec) --> [photos]:
K and K: Fruits, Dried Fruits, Nuts. apples, raisins and other dried fruits, tangerines, walnuts (in-shell and pieces), pecans, grapefruit (including pink, white, Oro Blanco, and pomelo), loquats, mandarins, oranges (including Cara Cara and other navel), grapes, guavas, jujubes, lemons, limes, apricots, cherries, figs, green beans, nectarines, peaches, melons, pears, plums, pomegranates, tomatoes, various eggplants, quinces, winter squashes, and jams (apricot, peach, plum, nectarine).

Mt. Moriah (Oct-Jun) --> [photos]:
cherries, peaches, pluots, grapes, and apples (Fuji, Gala, and Pink Lady®).

Nejely (Oct-?, Dec-Jun) --> [photos]:
specialty fruits (such as cherimoyas, guavas, kumquats, loquats, mulberries, quinces, and sapotes), tangelos, sweet limes, pomegranates, and avocados.

Oriental Farms (May-Nov) --> [photos]:
Oriental Farms: Asian Fruits and Vegetables. Asian vegetables and melons, peanuts, jujubes, and herbs.

Paula's Ranch (season unknown) --> [photos]:
Paula's Ranch: Fruits. avocados, calamansi, loquats, guavas, lemons, jujubes, dragonfruit, apples, and persimmons.

Quizon (Oct-Jan):
cherimoyas, avocados, persimmons, calamansi, and Java plums (duhat).

Salacup (May-Nov) --> [photos]:
Salacup: Asian Fruits and Vegetables. Asian vegetables and melons, tomatoes, herbs, persimmons, and pomelos.

Tenerelli (Jun-Nov) --> [photos]:
Tenerelli: Fruits. apricots, nectarines, peaches, plums, pluots, figs, apples, and pomegranates.

Van Foeken (May-?) --> [photos]:
Van Foeken: Fruits. citrus (including navel and Valencia oranges, mandarins, grapefruit, kumquats, lemons, limes, tangerines, tangelos, and pomelos), apples, apricots, plumcots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums, figs, pears (including Asian), pomegranates, and persimmons.

Vang (Apr-Nov) --> [photos]:
Vang: Asian Fruits and Vegetables. strawberries, Asian vegetables and melons, peanuts, and herbs.

Zuckerman (Apr) --> [photos]:
potatoes, asparagus (green and purple), blueberries, and cherries.


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Food Vendors - Year-round:

Edna's Restaurant --> [photos]:
Edna's Restaurant: Filipino Foods. traditional Filipino dessert delicacies (such as sapinsapin, puto, puto bumbong, kutsinta, espasol, tupig, pitchepitche, suman cassava, and suman malagkit), fried items served hot (such as turon banana fritters, chicken empanada, pork and vegetable rolls, and ukoy vegetable tempura), and mani peanuts.

Hula Pop --> [photos]:
Hula Pop: Kettlecorn. kettlecorn (some sweetened and some flavored with cheeses and peppers).

Kifani Creations --> [photos]:
Kifani Creations: Cookies. cookies (Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chocolate, White Chocolate/Macadamia, Oatmeal Raisin/Pecan, Oatmeal Symphony, Peanut Butter, Pecan Praline).

Mathew --> [photos]:
Mathew: Tropical Fruit Cups. shelled coconut, and fruit cups (with chunked pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelon, mango, papaya and cucumber).

Me Gusta Tamales --> [photos]:
Me Gusta Gourmet Tamales. tamales (beef, chicken, pork, Anaheim chile/cheese, sweet corn, pineapple, and vegetarian). Served hot with your choice of sauce, also available frozen. Also esquite (cooked corn with pico de gallo sauce, lemon juice, mayonnaise, and parmesan cheese), and various drinks (including fresh lemonade).

Mom's Specialty Foods --> [photos]:
Mom's: Mediterranean Breads, Salads, Spreads. pita bread (whole wheat and white), pita chips (lemon spices and garlic), hummus (original, artichoke, avocado/cilantro, garlic, garlic/chives, red pepper, basil tomato, kalamata olives, cilantro jalapeño, Baba Ghanouj), salads (tabouleh, artichoke, couscous), tzatziki sauce, tapanade (red pepper with walnuts and pomegranate), feta cheese, kalamata olives, pizzas, and halvah.

Nohemi's Catering --> [photos]:
Nohemi's Catering: Hot Mexican Foods/Drinks. hot Mexican foods (including tacos, quesadillas, taquitos, nachos, combo plates, breakfast burritos, and menudo), and drinks (such as horchata, jamaica, lemonade, and lemon/strawberry juice).

Nolin Roasted Corn --> [photos]:
Nolin: Roasted Corn and Esquite. roasted corn (buttered and skewered, condiments available), and esquite (cooked corn with pico de gallo sauce, lemon juice, mayonnaise, and parmesan cheese). Also available for parties and fairs.

Old Town Baking Company --> [photos]:
Old Town: Breads and Cakes. baked goods (including bagels, rolls, pastries, cakes, and sugar-free pies), specializing in breads (just to mention a few: Miner's Sourdough loaf, Whole Wheat & Honey loaf, Squaw Bread loaf, Whole Wheat Sourdough loaf, Hearty 6 Grain Lattice Top loaf, 9 Grain Sourdough loaf, Cranberry Walnut loaf, Veggie Medley Sourdough loaf, Country Harvest round, Fruit & Nut oval, Ciabatta 4X4 Square sandwich loaf).

Peanut Dudes --> [photos]:
Peanut Dudes: Roasted Nuts and Granola. salted/sweetened roasted peanuts (shelled and unshelled), flavored pistachios, almonds, cashews, pepitas, mixed nuts, peanut/almond brittle, roasted-on-site fresh peanuts, and granola.

Tropical Islands --> [photos]:
Tropical Islands: Hot Sausages, Cool Drinks. hot dogs and sausages (among them turkey sausage) with or without bacon-wrap, lemonade and other drinks, and fruit smoothies.

West Coast Fish --> [photos]:
West Coast Fish: Seafood. catch-of-the-day seafood.

Misc. Vendors:

Sunrider --> [photos]:
Sunrider: Produce Rinse. Sunsmile produce rinse.



Market Layout Map:
Farmers are in green; food vendors are in gray.
This layout is subject to change. Last updated on: Nov. 12 '14.

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