Farmers market finds that aren't fruits, veggies

Farmers markets are starting to open for the season across the Twin Cities and they're stocked with more than fruits and vegetables. Mpls.St.Paul Magazine style editor Allison Kaplan went shopping at farmers markets across the metro to bring us these non-perishable finds.

Idlewilde – 100% soy candles hand poured in Linden Hills.
Farmers Markets: Linden Hills, Excelsior, Wayzata, Northeast Minneapolis
idlewildefragrance.myfreesites.net

Vandalia Street Press – St. Paul letterpress shop.
Farmers Market: Northeast Minneapolis
vandaliastreetpress.com

Studio 2 Ceramics – husband and wife who make ceramics in their basement and don’t take it too seriously!
Farmers Market: Northeast Minneapolis
studio2ceramics.com

Fringe & Fettle – handcrafted pottery, made in St. Paul by Joanna Buyert
Farmers Market: Mill City
fringeandfettle.com

Oh Dier - A home-décor, entertaining, and kids’ toys company focused on well-crafted items made from thoughtfully sourced—and often upcycled—wood and other cool materials.
Farmers Market: Mill City
ohdier.com

Spring Finn & Co. – leather goods handmade in Minneapolis
Farmers Market: Mill City
springfinnandco.com

House of Talents – baskets handmade by artistans in Ghana and imported to Minneapolis
Farmers Market: Mill City
houseoftalents.com

Jeanne Beatrice – baskets made in Minneapolis
Farmers Market: Mill City
jeannebeatrice.com

Olsen Naturals – Small batch, family made natural beauty products
Farmers Market: Mill City
olsennaturals.com

Merry Little Bath Co. – Eco friendly soaps, 10 percent of every bar sold goes to charity.
Farmers Market: Excelsior
merrylittlebath.com

Jules Loft Edible Garden Art
Farmers Market: Fulton, Kingfield
julesloft.com

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