While you’re picking up fresh, local produce at the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market, check out the prepared food vendors for a treat! Below we list the vendors that we know are vegetarian and vegan friendly. If you find other options let us know!
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v = Vegetarian Options (v) = Vegan options
Saturday Market Vendors
- Aahaa Chai v & (v) – Handmade chai blends. Dairy alternatives available
- Brown County Coffee v & (v) – Beans, prepared coffee, espresso drinks, hot cocoa. Dairy alternatives available
- Feast Bakery Cafe v & (v) – Tamales, breakfast items, smoothies (usually at least one vegan tamale available)
- Kind Kombucha v & (v) – Just what it sounds like!
- Muddy Fork Farm & Bakery v & (v) – Most of the artisanal breads are vegan, as is the muesli. There are several vegetarian options such as croissants, yogurt granola parfaits, and pizza with fresh seasonal veggies. (note: the pretzels are not vegetarian)
- Sazón v & (v) – Tacos made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. There is always a vegetarian option, and that option can almost always be made vegan.
- Scholar’s Inn Bakehouse v & (v) – Breads, muffins, scones, and pastries (many breads are vegan, plus vegan carrot muffins)
- Sweet Claire v & (v) – European style breads and rolls. There is a vegan roll with hummus, artichoke, bell peppers, spinach, dried tomatoes. Vegetarian rolls include a soy chorizo kolache, florentine roll, and soy chorizo focaccia.
- Uel Zing Coffee v & (v) – Cold brew, pour over, there’s nondairy creamer if you need it
- Love More Snacks v – Artisan pop tarts
- Kettle of Corn v– We’re not sure if the popcorn is vegan friendly
- Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls v – Just what it sounds like!
- Piccoli Dolci v – Authentic Italian and European pastries and baked goods
- Pie First Bakery v – Little pies
- Primaly Inspired Eats v – Paleo inspired baked goods