Get ready for the second annual Edible Food Fest in Orange!
August 10, 2013
10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
Cooking demonstrations throughout the day.
Tastings and presentations from dozens of the region’s leading farms, restaurants and purveyors.
Lectures from a variety of sustainable living experts
Gardening demonstrations and tips from some of the area’s top experts.
Live music throughout the day.
Ongoing kids activities…and more!Read More
The edibleFest is proud to welcome a variety of leading vendors from throughout Central Virginia and beyond. They represent some of the region’s most acclaimed farms, restaurants, purveyors, gardeners, sustainable living experts and more, and will be sharing their products and expertise in The Marketplace, a tent located in the heart of the Festival.
There are still a limited number of spots left for vendors in the 2013 edible Fest! You can learn more here.
Our confirmed 2013 vendors include:
Bees n’ Blossoms
Virginia Raw Honey, bee pollen, propalis, and artisan honey products. No pesticides, no
antibiotics, no heating.
Christina Boy Designs
Christina Boy Design makes original pieces that are designed and crafted from domestic or salvaged woods in her studio in Madison, Virginia.
Countryside Organics manufactures certified organic feeds in Virginia’s only Certified Organic Feed Mill. Our feeds are nutritionally complete, high quality, soy-free, probiotic and organic.
Croftburn Market is your local butcher shop and more, with a full meat case of all-natural meats and handmade fresh sausages. We feature local beef and all the salami and charcuterie in-house at our Culpeper store.
Culpeper Soil and Water Conservation
Hudson Henry Baking Co.
Hudson Henry Baking Co.’s Good News Granola is handcrafted in small batches near Charlottesville. Warning! It’s addictively delicious!
Making pottery is my way to celebrate the tasty little things that make life good. Meals just taste better on handmade dishes!
Marshall Farms Cheese
Marshall Farms Natural Cheese is a family-owned and operated organic dairy farm in Orange County, Virginia that employs old natural grazing methods that bring unique and natural tastes and textures while deliving important health benefits.
Native Harvest Natural Foods Market is located in Culpeper, VA. We are a full-service grocery for local meats, eggs, honey, produce, raw foods & Kombucha.
Oakencroft Farm was a pioneer in the Virginia wine industry. In 2008, Oakencroft passed into new hands and now makes premium grape juice from our own sustainably grown wine grapes.
Artisan made condiments of Shenandoah sun dried tomatoes and chilis in base of authentic vigin oliva oil and fine sea salts of Portugal.
Rider’s Backfield Farm Beef
Local, all-natural beef. No fed antibiotics, growth hormones or implants. 100% pastured and dry grain finished. No confinement ever. Reasonably priced and unbelievably tasty for you and your family.
Sharondale Farm specializes in growing mushrooms, mushroom spawn, and perennial fruit, fiber and flowering plants. We offer workshops about growing mushrooms and permaculture.
Spring Mill Farm
Artisan goat cheeses made in small batches in the heart of Central Virginia.
The Market at Grelen
Flowers, plants and gardening merchandise from the new Market at Grelen located in Somerset, VA.
Virginia Vinegar Works
Virginia Vinegar Works specializes in producing superior, handcrafted wine and malt vinegars using the traditional Orleans method.
Watercolors & Fabrics by Maria Pace
Fine table and kitchen linens designed and sewn by Orange native Maria Pace. Each unique piece features vibrant prints of Maria’s watercolors celebrating the natural world.
For questions about the event or information on how you can participate as a vendor, speaker or performer please contact:
Orange Downtown Alliance
130 West Main Street
Orange, VA 22960-0160