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Redwood City Kiwanis Farmers Market Updates


2023 Season Opening Day!

We are excited about our 2023 Opening Date! Mark your calendar for April 15th. 

We will also be extending market hour of operations to 1 pm.

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New Vendor - Street Stix

The founder of Street Stix, originally from Manilla had a passion for preserving her Filipino heritage - and suggested an idea - why not start a Filipino street food business in their neighborhood.


New Vendor - Jaden's Kettle Corn

Family owned business offering flavored popcorn.

Follow them on Instagram - @jadenskettlecorn


New Vendor - Crepes Divine

As far as owner of Crepe Divine remembers, her family has either been growing food or making food. "We love making people happy and what better way than offering our delicious crepes!  Food is love!"


Are you an Agricultural or Non-Agricultural vendor looking to participate at the Redwood City Kiwanis Farmers Market

Interested in participating as an agricultural or non-agricultural vendor at the Redwood City Kiwanis Farmers Market?

Send an email with your inquiry to 


Parking Available - CalTrain Lot

Don't worry there is plenty of parking available free on the weekends, on the Caltrain lot adjacent to the market.

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Redwood City Kiwanis Farmers Market

The oldest and the largest farmers' market on the Peninsula, conceived in 1979 by four community-oriented individuals led by John S. Hensill, Ph.D., with the intention of supporting local independent farmers and supplying the community with fresh produce.

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Farmers and Vendors

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Achadinha Cheese Company

Coming from Petaluma, CA

Offering dairy products, cheese curds, feta, cultured butter, kefir, Fromage blanc, aged cheeses.

Now including meat - beef, lamb, pork and pasteurized eggs.

Check out their website


Avila Farms

Certified producer from San Benito County.

Offers artichokes, potatoes, onions, summer squash, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, cucumber, leeks, radish, green beans, cabbage and strawberries.



BLKGRLGREENTHUMB offers locally grown potted succulents and arrangements.
It has been a year for them offering a variety of succulents, for any special occassion....and they're local too! 


Bunbao Inc.

Coming from Fremont, CA

Since 2016, Bunbao started to sell steamed buns in the community, which is welcomed by many customers in the community. Later, more and more customers wanted to buy our steamed buns. We founded the company in 2018 and began to sell our steamed buns at farmers' markets. Our mission is to sell our steamed buns all over the United States and let everyone know how delicious Chinese handmade buns are.

- J.Xiao

Check out their website


California Bakeshop

California Bakeshop is a community bakery located in Redwood City. Owned by a second- generation baker and specialize in bringing world breads to the local market. 


Crepes Divine

Coming from Los Altos Hills, California

Offering both sweet and savory crepes.


Daisy Ortiz

Coming Watsonville, CA

Certified producer offering strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries.


Dalex and Company

Coming from San Carlos, CA

Offering pirosky, spreads, sausages, stuffed cabbage, cheese blinzes, pickles, sour kraus, spinach pie and falafel.


Ed's Honey Company

From San Jose, CA

Offering honey.

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Esquivel Farms

Certified Monterey County Producer

Offering various vegetables, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries.

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Hummus Heaven

Coming from San Leandro, CA 

Offering 19 different hummus flavors, garlic spreads, tapenades, tzatziki, turnovers and pita chips.

Check out their website

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J&J Ramos Farms

Coming from Hughson, CA 

Offering peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, apples, grapes, cherries, apricots, oranges, tomatoes, pomegranates, persimmons, almonds, raisins, walnuts, melons, strawberries, watermelon, and onions.

Check out their website


Kitchen Witch Design

A recycle artist from Redwood City, making bags when California went bag less about 7 years ago. Realizing the carbon footprint left behind from any materials discarded would end up in landfill. 

Deciding to create a bag and repurpose it like upholstery, sunbrella, Army bags, boat sails, fireman turnouts and hammocks and in addition repurposing guitar straps and belts as well.

Each bag is sewn here in the US, dremmeled and riveted for durability. The bags have many purposes and it's a win-win for the environment.

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MJ California

Specializing in banana bread, MJ is sure to be an addition to your sweet treats!

Baking locally in Redwood City.

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Nana’s Kettle, Toffee and Treats

Offering baked goods such as toffee, fudge, s’mores, cookies, and peppermint bark. 

“My family’s love of baking started with my great-great-grandfather over 125 years ago and was passed down through generations. Those same recipes that my mother, also known as Nana, used to create thousands of pounds of candy and cookies are the same ones that I use today!” -Kim

Check out their IG @nanaskettle


Resendiz Farms

Coming from Hughson, CA 

Offering peaches, nectarines, cherries, tomatoes, melons, watermelons, grapes, apricots, plums, figs, grapefruits,  cherries, oranges, tangerines, persimmons, pear, pluot, and walnuts.

Check out their website

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Street Stix

Coming from Union City, CA

Offering Filipino street food, with options ranging from pork lumpia, sesame balls and Turon (fried banana).

Included are dessert and drink options!

Follow them on Instagram - @street.stix


Sweet Tree Farms

Coming from Reedley, CA 

Offering over 70 varieties of stone fruit and citrus, and vegetables.


Tony Mellow's Nursery & Farms

Coming from Morgan Hill, CA 

Offering various fruits and vegetables, as well as assorted plants.


Vasquez Farms

Coming from Moss Landing, CA 

Offering fresh hand-picked strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and golden berries.

On behalf of the Redwood City Kiwanis Farmers Market and its market operator, Kiwanis Club of Redwood City - thank you for supporting California Small Farmers.

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Mon - Fri: Closed
Sat: 8 am - 12 pm
Sun: Closed

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Love it, been going there for several years now. Friendly people, clean, fresh and great prices.

Rania Lewis-Elbandak

I love having a farmers market so close to my home. I'm especially fond of mushrooms, zucchini, broccoli, and the peaches. The hummus is particularly good. There's free ample parking on the days I'd rather drive too. I wish it was year round but understand why it's not.

Cristina Barrera

I am so happy to have our farmer's market back, looking forward to seeing our favorite foods and vendors again. 

Sunny Vy

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