New vendors join Farmers Market

New vendors join Farmers Market
Posted on 04/11/2023
Lenexa Farmers Market logo atop photos of flowers, tequenos, seasoning packet, salsa

We are excited to welcome 13 new vendors to the Lenexa Farmers Market for 2023. Some of you may have gotten a sneak peek of a few of them during the Winter Farmers Market events earlier this year. As the season continues, we will continue to grow and add more vendors.

What new products can you look forward to? 

Three new farmers will offer native plants, compost, produce and vegetable plant starts. Customers have expressed interested in more ready-to-eat options, so we’re adding food seasonings, pastelitos, tequeños, cinnamon rolls, salsa, low-carb desserts, deli salads, hummus, and even a barbecue truck. Bath and body products are always popular at the Market, and we are adding beard balms this season as well.

Outdoor season schedule

Connect with all of the new and returning vendors at the Lenexa Farmers Market on Lenexa’s civic campus on Saturday and Tuesday mornings.

  • Saturdays: April 29–Oct. 28, 8 a.m. to noon
  • Tuesdays: May 30–Aug. 29, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

New this year

Atlas Seasonings(Saturdays, once a month) 
Atlas Seasonings is an Overland Park based business specializing in low-FODMAP taco and chicken seasonings for individuals with digestive issues and other food allergies.

Beky Food(Saturdays & Tuesdays)
This family business brings Venezuelan street food to your home, including pastelitos and tequeños. Their precooked frozen products make it easy and practical for you to enjoy these delicacies every day or for parties and events.

City Roots Nursery(Saturdays, once a month) 
City Roots Nursery grows a wide variety of trees, shrubs and perennial plants native to Missouri and Kansas. Native plants enhance the beauty of home and small business landscapes while providing habitat for birds and insects.

Dipp-iT Salsa(Saturdays, once a month) 
Enjoy a southwest blend of zesty and spice created by people who love to eat good salsa. They will have at least three different salsas —mild, medium and hot — and hope to bring an extra hot version to the Market.

Le Cozinha Low Carb(Saturdays) 
They serve up delicious desserts that are low carb and sugar free. Baked goods include pies, cakes, chocolate desserts, cookies, granola, breads.

Mac’s Cinnamon Rolls (Saturdays, twice a month) 
This vendor crafts cinnamon rolls with the highest quality ingredients. They specialize in unique fillings like pies, cheesecake, cookies, brownies, chocolate peanut butter, and many other delicious flavor combinations.

Missouri Organic Recycling(Saturdays, monthly) 
Missouri Organic manufactures mulch, compost and soil mixes for the Greater Kansas City area and beyond. Get products for your gardening needs.

New Roots for Refugees – Noela Cheke(Saturdays) 
Noela is in the New Roots for Refugees program, a four-year farmer training program through Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas and Cultivate KC. She grows a variety of vegetables using organic practices.

Round Barn KC(Saturdays) 
Round Barn KC makes homemade deli-style food and salads with as many locally sourced ingredients as possible. The family made the move from Tennessee, where their chicken salad would sell out at every market. In the summer, check out their watermelon salsa and fresh salads.

Stewart Greenhouse(Saturdays & Tuesdays) 
This Olathe-based family business specializes in fresh salsa and heirloom starter plants. They will bring the flavor with four salsa varieties to choose from, including some with peach or corn as a primary ingredient.

Texas BBQ House Mobile(Saturdays, twice a month) 
This vendor from Gardner, Kansas, serves Texas-style BBQ and some of the best potato salad around. They make their own rubs and sauce, and smoke the meats low and slow over oak.

TwiinZ Beard Balm and Essentials(Saturdays, twice a month) 
This veteran-owned company is run by twin brothers. They created a product to moisturize and condition beards, with scent blends that can be mood boosting, relaxing or even assist you during sinus season.

Two Dizzy Chicks Hummus (Saturdays, once a month) 
After making hummus in their own kitchens for many years, these two women they thought "why not share it?” They spotlight hummus as not just a dip for pita bread, but as a healthy multipurpose food. 

Apply to be a vendor

Businesses who farm or create a food product and would like to be featured as a vendor at the Lenexa Farmers Market can learn about guidelines and submit an interest form.

Published April 11, 2023