Sweet Beet Market

As a nonprofit organization, we need your help raising $5000 for new freezers. Every little bit counts - no donation too small!

11 West Main Street
Bradford, New Hampshire


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Current Hours

Wednesday-Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Monday-Tuesday: Closed

Shop with us this holiday season

Consider prioritizing fresh local food for your holiday feasts and unique local goods for meaningful gift giving.

  • Holiday roasts.

  • Fresh seafood from the New Hampshire coast.

  • Sweet Beet Bakery pies and dinner rolls.

  • Handcrafted wreaths.

  • Unique gift ideas, including: books, jewelry, home goods, body care, art & holiday cards


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Fresh food, all year

At Sweet Beet Market, we are committed to providing our community with a diverse array of quality local products.

More than veggies, we also have fresh & frozen meat & fish, dairy & eggs, baked goods, home goods, & more!

When you shop here, you are supporting regenerative agriculture, small business, and community.


Our Local Selection

Taste the place. Our market serves as a window into what New Hampshire agriculture and local food production has to offer. 

Our sourcing code

Sweet Beet Market is committed to consistently stocking the shelves with a diverse array of quality products. Our primary objective is to source goods grown or produced within a 30-mile radius of our store, while paying fair prices to producers and providing fair prices for our patrons. We prioritize products that support individual, community, and environmental health.

When bringing new products into the store, we give preference to products that:  

- Are grown or produced locally, within a 30-mile radius.
- Are grown organically.
- Are clean, fresh and nutritious.
- Are free from genetic modification, hormones, chemical additives, and other artificial inputs.
- Limit waste through use of minimal packaging and using recycled and/or recyclable materials.
- Best enrich the local economy by limiting unhealthy competition and filling market gaps.
- Help to diversify, enhance, and extend the local food supply.
- Are made by local hands (and with love).

We are always seeking new contributing producers, trying to round out our shelves and make the Sweet Beet as comprehensive a market as possible. As we develop a more comprehensive supply, our reach will expand to a statewide and even regional level, all in the effort to support viability and food security in our local community, state of New Hampshire, and surrounding New England region. 

Subscribe to our newsletter to receive up-to-date information on market hours, selection, and special offerings. 
 

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fresh Seasonal Produce

Thanks to our many contributing farms, we maintain a diverse and ever-evolving supply of local produce that changes with the seasons. One thing remains: we always have veggies, based on what’s growing!

You might ask us what we have in the winter months, to which we would reply: You might be surprised by all the goodness that lasts all year! Storage veggies like potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips and onions take us through the winter. We are working on helping to coordinate the supply chain so that more is available for longer.

On Sweet Beet Farm, we are working on providing the market with a consistent supply of greens. It IS possible to grow all year using high tunnels, it’s just a matter of learning how!

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Fresh Baked Goods

Sweet Beet Bakery is up and running in our new commercial kitchen (insert high five)!

What you can expect: Baguette and sourdough boules baked fresh every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
What you might not expect: Specialty loaves baked on a whim, like roasted potato boules…
Collaboration with The Village Café: We are baking treats, like croissants, available at The Village Café.

Other baked goods include gluten free options from Abigail’s Bakery and Bread ‘n Batter english muffins.

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Fresh and Frozen Meats & Fish

Animal protein is an integral part of local production and of our marketplace. We have several valued meat producers who supply us with beef, lamb, pork, buffalo and poultry products. We are proud to offer humanely-raised meats and pleased to pay farmers a fair price for their work. Look for the signs on our freezer and throughout the store for info!

We are proud to work with NH Community Seafood to offer fish fresh straight from the coast. We get deliveries every Saturday morning, and have frozen options in stock as well.

Dairy & Eggs

Raw and pasteurized milk. Yogurt, ice cream, and a variety of cheeses. Eggs from happy backyard hens.

Canned and Preserved Goods

Maple syrup, honey, mustard, jams, preserves, pickles, hot sauce, salad dressing, and more...

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kearsarge Food hub and Sweet Beet Merch

Represent local. 

Our Contributors 

The market is what it is thanks to 30-plus local growers and producers from within a 30-mile radius who committed themselves to producing quality goods. Please visit Our Food Shed for more detailed information on our contributing producers. 

Our History 
 

From Farm Stand...

On July 4th, 2015 we opened Sweet Beet Farm Stand, a seasonal road-side marketplace designed to highlight local agriculture and production, including that of our own farm. 

This was our opportunity to learn how to grow and sell vegetables, as well as establish working relationships within the local food network. And for two seasons, the farm stand served us well! 

Sweet Beet began to make a positive impact in our community, proving itself to be a welcome and necessary local food marketplace and an effective mechanism for making the fruits of agriculture more accessible and the business more viable. 

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...To Market!

In the fall of 2016 an interesting opportunity presented itself: a small local company, Unless, LLC., bought the old Bradford Inn - a giant 10,000 square foot building that had been sitting abandoned on the corner of West Main Street for 15 years.

It quickly became clear that this old building could be our new home, a place where we could run Sweet Beet all year long. We struck up a partnership with Unless and moved the farm stand there  where it became a full-blown market.

More than that, however, we share a vision to develop this building into a local food and community resource center for the town of Bradford and surrounding Kearsarge/Lake Sunapee area. To learn more about our mission and vision for this building, visit our Bradford INNovation page.