EatLoCo Farmer’s Market News
Dan Hine, founder of EatLoCo Marketplace talks how he and other vendors, Wicked Goat Coffee and Liberty Delight Farms, inspire his local community to eat...read more
EatLoCo’s newest farmers’ market opens in Purcellville on Saturday, April 21. THIS ARTICLE FIRST APPEARED ON LOUDOUN NOW. The market will operate from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Dragon Hops parking lot along Main Street and will feature more than 20 vendors, including...read more
ChefScape will also house the county’s first year-round indoor farmers market, in partnership with EatLoco. Along with giving the public an opportunity to purchase farm-grown produce even in the coldest months, the market will be an important opportunity for farmers...read more
A big thank you to WDVM for covering the Brambleton Marketplace's Grand Opening yesterday! We'd like to clear up that EatLoco, LLC is solely responsible for the launch and management of the Eatloco Brambleton Marketplace, with the full support of the Brambleton HOA...read more
What a difference a little sunshine and warmth can make! Let’s face it…the winter months were hard. We were caught in a consistently bad weather cycle that saw high-winds, deep freeze, and torrential downpours in 8 out of the last 12 Saturdays. It was a...read more
Sometimes when you’re walking through the Market, you want something to warm your belly and to put that smile on your face. Something homemade but you can’t quite put your finger on it. Next time you’re at One Loudoun Marketplace stop in and see Scott from Scott’s Brats. His homemade brats will make your belly and your face smile.read more
EatLoCo has launched a year-round farmers market at One Loudoun called One Loudoun Marketplace.
The farmers market will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday at Exchange Street and Endicott Drive in the One Loudoun development, behind Okada Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar. The marketplace’s 24 vendors offer artisanal, farm-raised and farm-grown products from Loudoun producers, including produce, meats, eggs, dairy products, baked goods, and home goods such as soap and flowers.read more
Do you know what coffee cupping means? Dave Carlson from Wicked Goat Coffee showed Dan and Linna how the process is done at his facility in Loudoun County.read more
EatLoCo now has a designated page providing food trucks with a space to share their menus and location with dates of their appearances.read more
“I love how the EatLoCo site has created such an outstanding resource for consumers and visitors to Loudoun County. The great tips and resources they provide on how to eat healthier along with information on local farm stands to buy locally grown fruits, vegetables and other products, can help us all live a healthier lifestyle.”
Tony Howard President & CEO Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce
I started eating clean about three months ago to try to help my chronic migraines so I am new to the organic scene. I was searching for local farmer’s markets and farms but I did not have much luck. I discovered EatLoCo after a friend suggested your website. I was so excited when I checked out EatLoCo and found so much information in one place. Your website is now part of my migraine tool kit. I have gone from 20 migraines a month to only 3 a month! Thanks EatLoCo for helping me down the clean path to relief.
Kristin P., South Riding, VA