Janina Turziak can't wait to sell her luxurious European-style treats in Central Market.

The owner of Janina's Fine Desserts at 176 Leader Heights Road in York Township will open a stand at the downtown market on April 15.

"We're going to do really nice things," she said.

At the market she will sell breakfast pastries, lunch pastries, small cakes, several breads and more. And some of the treats will be made entirely with organic ingredients.

Selling in Central Market is a chance to grow her business, Turziak said.

"People there will find out we exist. There are people who go to the market who don't get out elsewhere. It's great advertising," she said.

Janina Truziak, owner and baker at Janina’s Fine Desserts, will be opening a shop at Central Market.
Janina Truziak, owner and baker at Janina's Fine Desserts, will be opening a shop at Central Market. (York Dispatch file)

Janina's Fine Desserts is one of many vendors set to open or expand in Central Market this spring, according to Cindy Steele, chief operating officer at the market.

•Little Light of Mine will open in April and sell soy candles and other products.

•TK's Nut & Candy Store, which operates a location in West Manchester Mall, will open a stand in Central Market in April. The shop will sell dried fruits and vegetables among other offerings.

•Copper Crust, which has typically sold bakery items, will start offering breakfast and lunch in April.

•Dietz Produce will expand its offerings in April to include more dairy products.

•Beaver Street Gourmet will open in May. The new stand will sell meat by the pound, smoked meats, soup, salads and more.

•Horn Farm Center will have four farmers at a Central Market stand in May. They will sell produce and offer educational programs to children.

Central Market is also home to six professional chefs and bakers.

Also. three businesses there — All About Brownies, Copper Crust and Mezzogiorno — have teamed up with the York Revolution to sell food at the games and in the gift shop.

"There's a lot happening this spring at the market," Steele said.

—Candy Woodall at cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com.