Vendor Spotlight: GFY Kitchen

Many years ago, after being diagnosed with exercise-induced anaphylaxis triggered by gluten, and learning of the limited options gluten-free (GF) people had available to them, founder Tim Elias began experimenting with his own GF flour blends. Once he perfected his proprietary GF flour; he created recipes and a business plan to take over the world… […]

Vendor Spotlight: Yapa Artisan Empanadas

“Yapa” means what is given without any obligation, a gift. The term has Mapuche and Quechua roots and in Andean markets it is still customary to ask for a yapa when making a purchase. The seller usually responds by throwing in a little extra. Growing up in Chile, Polo Valdes, the founder of Yapa Empanadas, […]

Vendor Spotlight: Poochie Trends

Poochie Trends Pet Bakery was started in 2007 by mother-daughter team, Geraldine & Florine Taylor with a goal to offer pet parents safe and healthy alternatives to commercial dog treats and food. At Poochie Trends, they believe their dogs are not just pets but a part of the family. Poochie Trends dog treats are made […]

Vendor Spotlight: B5 Farm

  B5 Farm grows a mix of delicious vegetables, but specializes in tomatoes. Their greenhouses allow them to create their own season, offering fresh, juicy tomatoes beyond the typical Texas season. They do not use synthetic chemicals on their crops, and proudly share their high quality produce with market shoppers and various local restaurants. They […]

Vendor Spotlight: Bouldin Food Forest

Permaculture is a methodology for designing ecosystems that closely mimic nature. At Bouldin Food Forest, farmer Ben McConnell follows these methods to create a sustainable farm that grows vegetables, greens, herbs and fruits. Located an hour northeast of Austin, Ben designed his farm to protect the health and well-being of the surrounding area. That meant […]