NJ Amish Market Directory
Despite not having any Amish population, New Jersey is home to quite a few Amish markets. Amish vendors, typically from Lancaster County, PA, travel to locations throughout the Garden State to operate market stands selling a variety of foods, crafts, and furniture.
Find an NJ Amish market near you in the listings below.
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Amish Farmers Market in Mullica Hill
108 Swedesboro Road
Mullica Hill, NJ
Amish homemade fresh foods, meats, cheeses, jellies, candy, produce, sandwiches. Amish vendors include Beiler’s Bakery, Dutch Country Deli, Dutch Family Fresh Meats, Yoder’s BBQ, Ellie’s Cheese Barn and many more.
Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market
4437 Route 27
Home to Beiler’s dairy, Smoker’s deli, Stoltzfus’ poultry and soft pretzels, Fisher’s bakery, K & R lunch counter, fresh produce, juices and more.
The Greater Bridgeton Amish Market
760 Shiloh Pike
An extensive selection of Amish homemade foods such as baked goods, pretzels, country deli, cheeses, meats, bulk foods, candy, salads, and more. The Greater Bridgeton Market also holds some social event like concerts, cruise nights, and peach festivals.
Landis Market Place
631 East Landis Ave
Features several Amish vendors, provide homemade goods, foods, jellies, jams, meats, cheeses, poultry, or candy.
Williamstown Farmers & Village Shoppes
701 North Black House Pike
Features Amish homemade meats, pretzels, deli, cheeses, fresh produce. Amish restaurant also on the premises.
Columbus Farmers Market
2919 Route 206
Provides a broad selection of Amish made products including fresh meats, eggs, poultry, soft pretzels, ice-cream, baked goods, doughnuts, pies, cold cuts, cheeses, salads, candy and more.
Dutch Country Farmers Market
19 Commerce Street
Wide selection of fresh Amish produce, baked goods, sweet treats and home-style Amish foods from Lancaster County, PA.
Amish Market Of North Wildwood
700 New Jersey Ave
North Wildwood, NJ
Fresh pies, doughnuts, whoopie pies, breads, other baked goods, meats, fresh produce, organic milk, eggs, all coming from Pennsylvania Amish communities.