Our Vendors

John and Elizabeth Aselage are the duo behind some of Arkansas' highest quality apples. John has a passion for growing, and Elizabeth handles much of the behind-the-scenes action. Throughout apple and peach season, you can catch them at the Fayetteville Farmers' Market or the The Farmers' Market of the Ozarks.


Arkansas Natural Produce has been growing beautiful fresh produce in Southern Arkansas since 1988. The farm is nestled in a beautiful valley south of Hot Springs, AR, serving Little Rock and Hot Springs with high quality specialty baby greens, fresh herbs, and garnishes year-round. They grow in over 50,000 sq. ft. of heated greenhouses, so they can consistently serve our customers the best products possible.

Although they are not certified organic, all of their crops are naturally grown, using organic practices. They do not use chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or preservatives in the growing or packing of their products, so you can rest assured your produce is safe and wholesome for your family and the environment. Their products are picked fresh to order - typically the day before they are delivered to FareMarket! Their greens are washed and spun dry for your convenience.


Arsaga’s Coffee Roasters is a small, family-owned business located in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. They do their best to bring their customers great coffee in a warm atmosphere. They love Fayetteville, but you can find their quality local roasts at FareMarket.


Americans drink a lot of coffee from Central America, but in the unlikely mountains of Honduras, Myanmar, and Thailand, subsistence farmers are producing some of the best coffee around. And they see little (if any) return on their investment or labor. Atypical Coffee works to change that.

Get to Know Kyle and David, the roasters behind Little Rock's Atypical Coffee, on the Cyborg Farmer Blog.

What's in a Cup of Atypical Coffee?


Barnhill Orchards is a family-run operation established in 1980 by retired Air Force Lt. Col. Bob Barnhill and his family. Nestled in the Sandhills of Lonoke County, they planted seedling pecan and peach trees. From there, the land was tilled and the first vegetable plants were put into the rich, fertile soil.

Barnhill Orchards has since expanded to become one of the area's top producing quality vegetable suppliers to local friends, community neighbors, restaurants, schools, and FareMarket."



Bradford Valley Farms is a family-owned farm in Damascus, AR. They are committed to raising animals the right way, with the belief that letting their cows, pigs, sheep, and chickens thrive in their natural environment is the best way to create the cleanest, healthiest meat around.

Their animals are raised on fresh pasture and rotated daily to ensure green grass is the base of their diets. They never feed their animals antibiotics, steroids, or hormones, and you can taste the difference!