Angela's Homemade Pies & Lots More: Homemade baked goods, including fruit pies (whole or by the slice), cobblers, shortcake, cookies, muffins, power bars, and other baked goods; homemade jams and apple butter; homemade dogie treats.
Sources many ingredients locally.
My Artisano Cheeses and Yogurts, made locally in Sharonville.
Charles Purdue: handcrafted flutes, jewelry, kid's crafts and activities (beginning at about 4:15)
GREEN GRRRL WISDOM (aka Karen Blocher) will be at market beginning Nov. 6. Karen, a Certified Herbalist, will have teas, tonics, soaps, and other body care products.
Mahlon Schlabach, of Adams County, Ohio: supplying NON GMO pastured pork by individual cuts, half, or whole pig. To help you plan ahead, following are dates he will be at market over the next several months: Nov. 6, Dec. 4, Jan. 8, Feb. 5, March 4, April 1.
Honey Tree Acres Farm & Gardens: Eggs and chicken from pastured chickens fed NO gmo and NO soy. Produce, herbs, potted flowers, and cut flowers.
Learning to Live Sustainably is a General Mercantile Vendor who sells products from six local producers. Products include:
Produce from Our Harvest Cooperative
Breads from Sixteen Bricks Artisan Bakehouse
Local raw honey from Bee Haven
Kofinas Olive Oil bottled in Cincinnati by the Semertzides family
Rue Farms Rustic Potato Chips made from locally grown NON GMO potatoes and prepared in NON GMO oil
Reusable Snack Sax and Sandwich Sax from Rose-A-Lee Designs, Xenia, Ohio. Bottled Vinegars from the Mt. Kofinas olive oil folks.
On this page is a listing of our vendors and their products. This is a general listing only; please see our Newsletter (accessible from this website) for more information about this week's market.
All produce at our market is grown using no synthetic chemicals and are NON GMO. The eggs and meats are pastured and are NON GMO. Our offerings are the freshest, best tasting and locally/sustainably grown available. This is what sets us apart from grocery stores.
Part of the fun of shopping at a farmers' market is to see what fresh picked foods are seasonally available. Shop at our farmers' market first and you might not even need to go to the grocery store.
We also offer information about how to Eat Well and Eat Local Year Round. Just ask us when you come to market.
We now accept Food Stamps (EBT Ohio Direction Card) and Produce Perks (double up food stamps for produce). Prior to making your purchases simply bring your EBT Card to the Market Management Booth for processing.
Kids & Krafts with Charles Purdue, where the kids can have loads of fun, allowing parents to peacefully and leisurely enjoy the market. Even kids who hate going to the grocery store love coming to our market so they can hang out at Kids & Krafts (beginning at about 4:15).
The following vendor accepts credit cards: Honey Tree Acres.
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