HAFM logo: two hands exchanging an apple.
Long Beach
Southeast
Farmers Market
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View of Long Beach Southeast Market from south.
(HAFM's Long Beach Southeast Farmers Market seen from south end)
Sundays
9am - 2pm

This weekly Certified Farmers Market is held on the parking lot of the Alamitos Bay Marina, on E. Marina Dr one-quarter mile south of E. 2nd St, just west of Pacific Coast Hwy.



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Parking: parkinglots at north and west sides of the market (all free of course). PLEASE NOTE: the MOST AVAILABLE parking is to the NORTH of the market.


Bicycle Valet Service: this market features a bicycle valet service called "Pedal Movement." The service is located each Sunday on one of the tree islands near the north (2nd St) end of the market, near the very visible cell phone recycling by Interval House. The service is free.

A small business owned by Graham Baden, "Pedal Movement" offers the Sunday market shopper a safe place to store a bicycle while shopping, with live attendants who issue claim checks for each bike. They also are able to do minor maintenance and tuneup work (free except for the cost of parts) while the bicyclist is shopping in the market.

Although the service is focused upon those already riding their bikes to the Sunday market, Graham is poised to recruit new users of the service as well. This makes good environmental sense, plus more bike riders would also serve to reduce the automobile parking conundrum at this very popular market location.



Public transit: LA Metro || LB Transit


Products available in this market:
Bee products
Cut Flowers
Dairy Products
Eggs
Fruit Juices
Fruits
Goat Milk Products
Herbs
Jams
Jellies
Meats:
Bison, Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken
Mushrooms
Nuts
Plants
Spreads
Sprouts
Vegetables
Wheatgrass Juice
Beverages
Breads
Cakes
Cookies
Dips
Feta Cheese
Granola
Kettlecorn
Mediterranean treats
Mexican hot foods
Olives
Pastries
Pies
Pralines
Preserves
Processed Nuts
Processed Seeds
Roasted Corn
Salsas
Sausages/Smoked Meats
Scones
Seafood
Tortilla Chips
Official logo for California-grown Certified Farmers' Market.


Farmers - Year-round:

ABC --> [photos]:
ABC: Herbs and Greens. cut herbs, mesclun baby salad mix, greens, edible flowers, and aloe.

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.

Akita Nursery.

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.

Berumen --> [photos]:
Berumen: ORGANIC Strawberries, Tomatoes,Melons, Vegetables. strawberries, celery, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, cabbages, onions (including green), radishes, cilantro and other herbs, lettuce, beets, kohlrabi, asparagus, artichokes, corn, tomatoes, peppers, and melons.

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.

Bolaños --> [photos]:
Bolaños: Sprouts and Wheatgrass Juice. bean/grain/grass/pea sprouts and wheatgrass juice.

Boujikian --> [photos]:
Boujikian: Nuts, Dried Fruits. raisins and other dried fruits, shelled nuts, and trailmix.

Bravo:
artisanal cheeses (including cabernet cheddar, chipotle, garlic cheddar, garlic Jack, Gouda, jalapeño, pepper Jack, sage, smoked cheddar, smoked Jack, and white).

Cheng --> [photos]:
Cheng: Avocados and Grapefruit. avocados and Mellogold and Oro Blanco grapefruit.

Diamond Mountain Ranch --> [photos]:
Diamond Mountain: ORGANIC Meats (Bison, Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken). fresh-frozen meats (bison, beef, lamb, pork, chicken), and gluten-free bison jerky (original, BBQ mesquite, black pepper, and "Paleo" style).

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.

Ha's Apple Farm --> [photos]:
Ha: Apples, Pears, Juice, Jams, Jellies, Chips, 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.

Kawano --> [photos]:
Kawano: Berries, Tomatoes, Vegetables, Mushrooms. strawberries, raspberries, cabbages, carrots, broccoli, beets, lettuce, blackberries, tomatoes (including cherry), melons, corn, peppers, squash, eggplant, cucumbers, garlic, beans, and mushrooms.

Maggie's Farm --> [photos]:
Maggie's: ORGANIC Lettuce and Herbs. baby lettuce/mix, spinach, greens, herbs, kale, and edible flowers.

Nakamura --> [photos]:
Nakamura: Strawberries, Vegetables, Herbs. beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage, strawberries, green onions, leeks, carrots, celery, cilantro and other herbs, chards, collard greens, kale, turnips, green beans, lettuce, corn, tomatoes, and zucchini squash.

Newport Acre --> [photos]:
Newport Acre: Lemons, Avocados, Jerusalem Artichokes, and Dried Lavender Sachets. avocados, lemons, Jerusalem artichokes, rhubarb, and dried lavender sachets.

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

Rivas --> [photos]:
Rivas: Tomatoes, Vegetables. cabbages, broccoli, beets, onions, cauliflower, cilantro, peas, strawberries, tomatillos, avocados, squashes, cucumbers, green and fava beans, cactus leaf, peppers, tomatoes (including various cherry), and winter squash.

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 Orchards --> [photos]:
Sherrill: Fruit Juices, Jellies, and Pomegranates. juices (including apple, pomegranate, apple/pomegranate, apple/peach, orange), jellies (including apple/peach, apple/cherry/pomegranate, orange/pomegranate, and pomegranate), cherries, apricots, plums, pomegranates, and pomegranate seeds.

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

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

Smith --> [photos]:
Smith: Vegetables, Tomatoes, Melons. 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.

Soledad Goats --> [photos]:
Soledad Goats: Cheeses, Yogurt. goat milk products (raw cheeses flavored with assorted herbs and spices, handrolled cheeseballs in extra virgin olive oil and herbs and spices, and Greek-style yogurt).

Surf City Succulents --> [photos]:
Surf City Succulents. aeoniums, aloes, cacti, crasullas, euphorbias, sanseverias, and other potted plants (some hanging, some decorative groupings). Large potted plants available. Surf City Succulents also do landscaping.

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.

Van Foeken --> [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.

Weiser --> [photos]:
Weiser: ORGANIC Veggies and Fruits, non-org. Potatoes. potatoes, apples, beets, turnips, parsnips, broccoli, specialty cauliflower and other brassica, rutabaga, carrots, beans, cucumbers, eggplant, grapes, lettuce, melons, okra, peppers, radishes, artichokes, squashes, and tomatoes. Also lilac bouquets in Spring.

Zuckerman --> [photos]:
Zuckerman: Potatoes. potatoes, asparagus, blueberries, cherries, melons, and Gala apples.

(Seasonal):

Bautista (Aug-Feb) --> [photos]:
Bautista: ORGANIC Dates. dates (Barhi, Deglet Noor, Halawy, Khadrawy, Mactoom, Medjool, and Zahidi).

DaVall (May-Jul):
dates (Barhi, Deglet Noor, Empress, Honey, Medjool), date nut rolls with coconut, date pieces, Brown Turkey figs, and ruby grapefruit.

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

Fruit Fairy/Naylor (May-Sep, Nov-Mar) --> [photos]:
Fruit Fairy: ORGANIC Fruits. apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, grapes, pomegranates, Haichiya persimmons, Satsuma mandarins;
Jan-Mar only: canned yellow peaches and jams (green plum, red plum, yellow nectarine, and white Goldline peach).

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 Asian 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, white peaches, melons, red onions, eggplants, yellow zucchini squash, plums, grapes, peppers, peanuts, jujubes, Asian pears, pomegranates (and seeds), and persimmons.

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

Old River (May-Oct) --> [photos]:
Old River: ORGANIC Fruits. artichokes, apricots, peaches, plums, pluots, nectarines, grapes, melons, apples, pomegranates, mandarins, and jams.

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

Wong (Mar-Apr) --> [photos]:
tomatoes, basil, Japanese cucumbers, and green beans.


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Food Vendors - Year-round:

Adam's Olive Ranch --> [photos]:
Adam's: Olives and Pickled Vegetables. olive oils, variously preserved and stuffed gourmet olives, vegetable preserves (in vacuum-sealed jars), fresh dill pickles, and salamis.

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

Mabel's Pralines --> [photos]:
Mabel's Gourmet Pralines, Pies, and Banana Puddin. pralines (a Southern pecan candy concoction - also available sugar-free), pies (sweet potato and pecan) in two sizes, and banana puddin' in two sizes.
They also cater special events, weddings, parties, and fundraisers.

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, and Pizzas. 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. Also, occasionally in this Sunday market only, heated spanakopita pastries and falafel patties.

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 Seeds. salted/sweetened roasted peanuts (shelled and unshelled), flavored pistachios, almonds, cashews, pepitas, mixed nuts, peanut/almond brittle, peanut butter, and roasted-on-site fresh peanuts.

Salty Spot --> [photos]:
Salty Spot: Mediterranean Hot Foods. Greek delicacies dolmas, spinach pockets (cheese, mushroom or vegan plain), falafel, and salad.

Schreiner's Sausages [alternate weeks] --> [photos]:
Schreiner's: Sausages and Smoked Meats. European-style sausages and smoked meats.

Scone Age Bakery --> [photos]:
Scone Age: Scones, Cookies, and Granola. scones, granola, granola bars, cookies, and freshly brewed coffees.
Please note: The Scone Age's granolas are carried to HAFM's four other markets by Peanut Dudes.

The Fresh Dip [alternate weeks] --> [photos]:
The Fresh Dip: Salsas, Guacamole, Chips. salsas (pico de gallo, mango, roasted pepper, tomatillo, and fire roasted), dips (guacamole mild or hot, and smoked Gouda), and tortilla chips.

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



Market Layout Map:
Farmers are in green; food vendors are in gray.
This layout is subject to change. Last updated on: Sep. 28 '14.

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