Whitehall Mill unveils food marketplace vendors, including Ceremony Coffee, Roggenart and others

Hampden’s forthcoming food market at Whitehall Mill has unveiled its starting lineup, which includes another Baltimore outpost for Annapolis-based Ceremony Coffee, a bakery, a general store, Filipino-inspired fare and more.

The list includes Roggenart bakery, moving from its current headquarters on Falls Road in Sabina-Mattfeldt; a stall for Garrett County cheese maker FireFly Farms, Wight Tea Company, Gundalow Market, which will have sandwiches, soups and more; and Homebody General Store, featuring locally made home goods.

And there will be a new eatery called Heritage from Chef Ray Eugenio, former executive chef at Ouzo Bay and Roy’s, and the man behind Masarap Filipino, serving cuisine with Filipino and Asian influences.

Developer and owner David Tufaro, of Terra Nova Ventures, said the market may eventually add a couple more vendors, but he didn’t want to delay build-out any further. Construction has been in the works since 2014, he said. The market is now set to open in late fall.

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