Sukhi's Says Farewell to the Farmers Market

September 22, 2017

We’re sad to announce that Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods is leaving the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Their last day will be Saturday, September 30.

Sukhi Singh immigrated to the United States in 1985, and built a business from scratch sharing the flavors of her home country through farmers markets. Today, Sukhi’s products are available in grocery stores nationwide, bringing the cuisines of India to thousands of homes across the America.

Sukhi’s has been part of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market for nearly 20 years, and we’ve been proud to watch the Singh family’s business flourish—a true immigrant success story of hard work, passion, and dedication. We thank the Singhs for bringing their delicious samosas and chutneys to our market community for so many years, and we wish them the best in their future growth!

Sukhi writes:

Dear Patrons of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market:

This market represents the opportunity that our family could only dream of as we migrated to the United States. My family and I spent every weekend, rain or shine,  here among fellow vendors enterprising our way into a bigger dream, one that I could not have imagined when I first started this journey.  Today we operate a healthy business, and with the help of the farmers market, we have been able to establish a consumer base that has brought our products into the stores across the nation. An organization like CUESA has changed so many lives, and our family has been a grateful beneficiary.

Now it is time to move on and pass this opportunity on to other entrepreneurs and dreamers as they work towards their future. We look forward to supporting the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and CUESA in the coming years.

Sukhi’s would love to connect with patrons through our website or Facebook.  You can also email us at with inquiries and comments.

With gratitude,

Sukhi Singh & Family