After a full five days of roasting your favorite blends, we’re ready to wake up on our own terms, make a pot of coffee, and spend some quality time with family. If we’re feeling a little bit more ambitious, we often head to a nearby farmers market to pick-up fresh goodies for a big breakfast spread. Just as we prioritize building relationships with our coffee growers all over the world, we love getting to know the hard-working farmers, butchers and artisans in our own backyard.
Bloomington Farmers Market
June-October – Saturdays 8AM-1PM
Just a few miles East of Cameron’s HQ, the Bloomington Farmers Market offers a variety of locally grown vegetables, herbs, flowers, specialty meats and baked goods. We especially love that we get to browse to quality, live music—there’s usually a local folk, country or bluegrass band performing from 10AM ‘til noon.
Mill City Farmers Market
May-October – Saturdays 8AM-1PM
Set along the banks of the mighty Mississippi, we love the Mill City Farmers Market for its picturesque views and quality, sustainable products. Some of our favorite treats to scoop up are sweet corn from Yin Thao’s Farm, baguettes from Salty Tart, and energy bars from Ommie Snacks.
St. Paul Farmers Market
May-November – Saturday 6AM-1PM – Sundays 8AM-1PM
Known for its rows upon rows of gorgeous, fresh-cut flowers, the St. Paul Farmers Market is the perfect spot to spend a few fragrant hours on a weekend morning. In addition to a bouquet, it’d also be a good idea to pick up a bunch of spinach, and a wheel of Love Tree Farmstead cheese to make this delicious frittata.
Linden Hills Farmers Market
May-October – Sundays 9AM-1PM
Minneapolis’ Linden Hills neighborhood really has it all—cute little shops, award-winning restaurants, and a bustling weekend farmers market. Go on a quick tour of the shopping district, then drop the kids off at the market’s craft station, so that you can take your time perusing fresh produce and local art.