April’s Mobile Farmers Market Recap

This month we took Prosperity Market down the PCH to Malibu! Thank you to everyone who took the scenic route to visit us!

Photo Booth

The photo booth, powered by Visibooth, was once again a favorite of market goers and was available both online and in-person.

Event Gallery

To see more photos from the event check out the event gallery

ABC7 Visited our Malibu and Featured the market and our fabulous vendors!

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The Vendors

Pure Prosperity Market Magic!

As always, we kicked off our 3-day weekend with the virtual farmers market on Friday. Guests were able to shop their favorite vendors from the comfort of their own homes and schedule a contactless pick-up for Saturday. This time we offered an LA Pick-up location for those who could not meet us in Malibu.

Everyone who did join us at the beach experienced first hand the magic of our markets. We were hosted by Red Ladder Gallery in Malibu Village! The gallery is owned by artist and 7X Emmy-winning director/producer, Eamon Harrington. All of his works were on display for our guests and we set up a special exhibit and tasting in the gallery! We shared footage from previous Prosperity events and sampled vegan cream cheese from Misha’s Kind Foods, delicious climate-friendly crackers from Moonshot Snacks, and Artisan Ginger Beer from Plush Ginger Beer. We also shared recipe cards featuring classic ginger beer cocktails from mixologist & chef Darryl Wash of Dew Foods and BLVD Kitchens.

Perfect Picnic & Party Vibes!

Our juice man and DJ Mario Prins brought the vibes as always.  Guests danced, shopped, and captured the moment at our photo booth.

We had all the makings of a beautiful picnic on the beach! We served up delicious vegan American classics from The Concierge Kitchen, authentic West African cuisine from African Chop, and Chef Brandi’s famous vegan pizza. And, Jazzi Sweetz was on site to take care of your sweet tooth with their delicious treats! Vegans don’t fret, they had vegan options available as well.

Fresh exotic fruit & produce

If you came for the farmers, you were not disappointed! Charles Southward of IGH Gardens returned with his bountiful greens and collards. Farmer Ken had farm boxes, herbs, cage-free eggs, and more. Imani Gardens had hard to find exotic fruit such as Soursop, key limes, seeded grapes, cherimoya, and plenty more fruits we never heard of before! Here We Grow Gardens returned with their juicy tomatoes, kale, greens, and aloe vera gel & plants. If you were lucky (and early) you got to try her blood orange juice! Crop Swap LA brought their wealth of knowledge and offered their signature garden consultations, vertical gardens, lettuces, and merch!

Fan Favorites & market Fixtures

If you have been to Prosperity Market before, you should know that you can always find Misha’s Kind Foods and their vegan cream cheese. Misha’s is quite the fan favorite and a staple at Prosperity. Prins Wellness is another fixture. They serve up delicious pressed juice at their gorgeous booth. This month Cooking With Love joined us for the first time with their delicious, world famous peach cobbler seamoss and other delicious wellness products. This Peach Cobbler Seamoss was an absolute hit and it’s clear why it’s a favorite of Tabitha Brown. Plush Ginger Beer is also a new vendor this month, but if the crowd was any indication, they will be back by popular demand. Every one of these 5 fruit based, artisan ginger beers were delicious! This month Sip & Sonder joined us and brought their delicious coffee, whole coffee beans, and beautiful merch! They are true coffee connoisseurs and have their roasted beans down to a science.

Florals & Fabulous Artisan Goods

You may have come for the food, but I bet you didn’t leave without a few artisan goods in your bag. Oldest of Three has the most beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and their booth just gets more and more gorgeous with each market. Holistic Divine Innovations had herbal soaps and herbal teas on site, and readily shared their wealth of knowledge and calming sound baths. Queen Boutique had beautiful house plants available, The Farmacy Flowers had gorgeous dried floral arrangements and fun pots, and guests loved creating their own floral arrangements at Meadows Floral Bar.

Produce Giveaway

We ended our weekend, as we always do, with a free produce giveaway. This month our giveaway was at the Park Mesa Heights Community Council, just a couple blocks up from Crenshaw & Slauson. We chose this location in direct response to Krogers closing the Ralph’s at that intersection due to temporary hazard pay required by the city. South Central has limited access to grocery stores and healthy, affordable food as is, so we take it personal when you close a grocery store here. In partnership with several organizations we provided 200+ boxes of organic produce from Summaeverythang Community Center. We also shared community resources and voting information courtesy of Park Mesa Heights Community Council, PPE from WIN LA, and a list of black owned grocery retailers and farmers markets.

Volunteers & Sponsors

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners! Special shout-out to Party On Demand and all of our wonderful volunteers. We appreciate you!

Pure Prosperity Market Magic!

As always, we kicked off our 3-day weekend with the virtual farmers market on Friday. Guests were able to shop their favorite vendors from the comfort of their own homes and schedule a contactless pick-up for Saturday. This time we offered an LA Pick-up location for those who could not meet us in Malibu.

Everyone who did join us at the beach experienced first hand the magic of our markets. We were hosted by Red Ladder Gallery in Malibu Village! The gallery is owned by artist and 7X Emmy-winning director/producer, Eamon Harrington. All of his works were on display for our guests and we set up a special exhibit and tasting in the gallery! We shared footage from previous Prosperity events and sampled vegan cream cheese from Misha’s Kind Foods, delicious climate-friendly crackers from Moonshot Snacks, and Artisan Ginger Beer from Plush Ginger Beer. We also shared recipe cards featuring classic ginger beer cocktails from mixologist & chef Darryl Wash of Dew Foods and BLVD Kitchens.

Perfect Picnic & Party Vibes!

Our juice man and DJ Mario Prins brought the vibes as always.  Guests danced, shopped, and captured the moment at our photo booth.

We had all the makings of a beautiful picnic on the beach! We served up delicious vegan American classics from The Concierge Kitchen, authentic West African cuisine from African Chop, and Chef Brandi’s famous vegan pizza. And, Jazzi Sweetz was on site to take care of your sweet tooth with their delicious treats! Vegans don’t fret, they had vegan options available as well.

Fresh exotic fruit & produce

If you came for the farmers, you were not disappointed! Charles Southward of IGH Gardens returned with his bountiful greens and collards. Farmer Ken had farm boxes, herbs, cage-free eggs, and more. Imani Gardens had hard to find exotic fruit such as Soursop, key limes, seeded grapes, cherimoya, and plenty more fruits we never heard of before! Here We Grow Gardens returned with their juicy tomatoes, kale, greens, and aloe vera gel & plants. If you were lucky (and early) you got to try her blood orange juice! Crop Swap LA brought their wealth of knowledge and offered their signature garden consultations, vertical gardens, lettuces, and merch!

Fan Favorites & market Fixtures

If you have been to Prosperity Market before, you should know that you can always find Misha’s Kind Foods and their vegan cream cheese. Misha’s is quite the fan favorite and a staple at Prosperity. Prins Wellness is another fixture. They serve up delicious pressed juice at their gorgeous booth. This month Cooking With Love joined us for the first time with their delicious, world famous peach cobbler seamoss and other delicious wellness products. This Peach Cobbler Seamoss was an absolute hit and it’s clear why it’s a favorite of Tabitha Brown. Plush Ginger Beer is also a new vendor this month, but if the crowd was any indication, they will be back by popular demand. Every one of these 5 fruit based, artisan ginger beers were delicious! This month Sip & Sonder joined us and brought their delicious coffee, whole coffee beans, and beautiful merch! They are true coffee connoisseurs and have their roasted beans down to a science.

Florals & Fabulous Artisan Goods

You may have come for the food, but I bet you didn’t leave without a few artisan goods in your bag. Oldest of Three has the most beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and their booth just gets more and more gorgeous with each market. Holistic Divine Innovations had herbal soaps and herbal teas on site, and readily shared their wealth of knowledge and calming sound baths. Queen Boutique had beautiful house plants available, The Farmacy Flowers had gorgeous dried floral arrangements and fun pots, and guests loved creating their own floral arrangements at Meadows Floral Bar.

Produce Giveaway

We ended our weekend, as we always do, with a free produce giveaway. This month our giveaway was at the Park Mesa Heights Community Council, just a couple blocks up from Crenshaw & Slauson. We chose this location in direct response to Krogers closing the Ralph’s at that intersection due to temporary hazard pay required by the city. South Central has limited access to grocery stores and healthy, affordable food as is, so we take it personal when you close a grocery store here. In partnership with several organizations we provided 200+ boxes of organic produce from Summaeverythang Community Center. We also shared community resources and voting information courtesy of Park Mesa Heights Community Council, PPE from WIN LA, and a list of black owned grocery retailers and farmers markets.
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