Philly Farm and Food Fest Preview: Something Sweet

The 4th Annual Philly Farm & Food Fest is this Sunday, April 12.A partnership of PASA and Fair Food, the event brings together regional farmers, unique food producers and sustainable businesses and organizations. We're counting down the days to Sunday, April 12 with previews of the exhibitors you can expect to find at this year's Fest. To learn more about the event, check out our exclusive event guide. And don't forget to buy your tickets

Delicate cakes, wholesome cookies, locally-sourced ice cream and vegan pops: these vendors will remind you what spring tastes like.

Featured Vendor: Brûlée Bakery

Brûlée Bakery | Gluten-free French bakery that uses sustainable practices and local ingredients—including organic sugar, rice flour and free-range chickens—to make fruit tarts, macaroons and other sweet treats.

Featured Vendor: Flour & Oats Artisan Cookies

Flour & Oats Artisan Cookies | Hand-mixed, small batch cookies baked with locally-sourced honey, cheeses, eggs, fruits and vegetables. Cookie selection includes seasonally-changing cookie flavors, savory cookies and traditional flavors with a twist.

Featured Vendor: Little Baby's Ice Cream

Little Baby's Ice Cream | Kensington-based ice cream retailer that makes Philadelphia-style dairy ice cream, as well as vegan ice creams, in unexpected flavors like Earl Grey Sriracha and Blueberry Ginger. They have a second location in West Philadelphia.

Featured Vendor: Mompops

Mompops | Vegan ice-pop company that makes all their allergen-friendly pops in West Chester and sells them locally in Chester County and Philadelphia.