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To reserve you spot for the workshop, please go to “Event Reservation” and add the workshop to your order.

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Grass Fed Butter, 25% off Medicinal Herbs and New Items


Group Order: Grass Fed Butter


We will have our group order for Grass Fed Butter from Mountain Valley Farm in Elijay, GA this weekend! We will have a group order for butter every 3 months so please keep that in mind when you order.

This is a naturally rich butter made from low temp pasteurized cream. The butterfat does not separate into solids and “water” as it does in commercially made butter. You will definitely notice the difference, especially in the flavor.

Mountain Valley Farm www.grassfedgeorgia.com takes great pride in the way they raise their animals – No Hormones, No Antibiotics, No Steroids, No Pesticides, No Synthetic Fertilizers. They are raised on pasture and in the woods in a stress free environment.

Salted and unsalted butter will be listed.

25% off Medicinal Herbs for the Next Two Weeks

Mona from Far East Herb Company is offering 25% Medicinal Herbs for the next 2 weeks! If you’ve wanted to try these amazing formulas now is the time. The best way to arm oneself from the assault of the cold/flu season is to first and foremost to keep the immune system active and running efficiently. This is done through providing key nourishment that will keep it running at its optimal level. The next is to make sure it is not overburdened with excess toxins (diet, viruses, environmental). The BodiCleanse formula best addresses nourishment as well as removal of toxic buildup. It is known for its abilities to dispel colds, strengthen the body, as well as tones the internal organs restoring them to optimal function. This formula was originally composed by the great Han-dynasty physician Zhang Zhong-Jing and used to treat a wide spectrum of illnesses and addresses weak constitutions.
Instructions for brewing the tea as well as creating a tincture from the herbal formula are included.

How to prepare medicinal herbs
Preparation: Decoction is the traditional method. Boil over low flame one tsp. of herb and enough water to immerse for 10-15 minutes. Strain and serve warm. Best if taken between meals.

Alternate Preparation Methods:
Boil several portions of herbs as per quantities specified on package and store in tight jar for 3 – 5 days. Add a tablespoon to water and drink as needed.

Another option is to create a tincture by mixing 50% of herb with 50% grain alcohol (80 -100 proof). Wait six weeks and strain. Take one dropper full or 1 ml per day or as needed.

Mona’s background information, how she ended up in the natural health field and how herbs have played a role in her life are at the bottom of this weblog.

Workshop reservations

We will continue to take reservations for the Soap Making and Yogurt Making Workshop on December 7th from 2pm to 4pm at BeeBerry Farms in Cumming until it is sold out. The address is 5595 Ranch Drive Cumming, GA 30041. For more information please go to Qs and As section of the co-op website.

New Items on the Market

New Items:
Turnips ‘Purple Top’
Radish – Cherry Belle
Radish – China Red
Collards – Georgia Collards
Broccoli Greens
Quail Eggs – 24 Pack – Certified Naturally Grown
Essential Oils – Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Patchouli, Pine, Spruce
Sugar Body Scrubs

Mona’s Personal Experience with Medicinal Herbs

Mona’s Personal Experience with formula: Most recently I was plagued with a virus that attacked my lymphatic system. My nodes were about the size of a golf ball and ran the full length of my right side of my body. Needless to say it was very painful and concerning. I quickly started a strict regimen on the BodiCleanse and DisolvaTox to clear out this virus and took InflammaAid as needed for pain and inflammation. Within 10 days the glands had shrunk back down and I was feeling better. Although the major symptoms were gone, I knew that not everything was back to normal as there was a strange rash that developed on the side of my face which indicated that there was still toxin in my system. I stayed on BodiCleanse for another month and began to feel much better.

Below is some background information on myself and how I ended up in the natural health field and how herbs have played a role in my life.

My journey in the natural health care field was one born of necessity. It began about 18 years ago when I was stricken with a staph infection that left me teetering between life and death. In a matter of hours it had gone from a small needle size bump to spreading throughout my body and a diagnosis of a blood infection. While being pumped full of antibiotics, I would experience the solemn face of the infectious disease doctor who said at best I would be left with a deformity where the bacteria had invaded which would leave me with a hole about the size of a cantaloupe on my right leg. The urgency of the matter did not dawn on me until I was asked to write a will.

By some miracle I was able to manage to beat this infection, but over time it would latter return appearing at various locations throughout my body. By recognizing it early I was able to keep it under control by running to the doctors for more antibiotics. After fighting it for a couple of years it seemed like the battle was won. The problem was that I felt just awful and was having trouble getting through my day. I suffered with daily brain fog, exhaustion, aches all over and a feeling like I was walking in quick sand. I began to develop severe acid reflux to the point that I couldn’t keep anything down and lost well over twenty pounds in one month. The doctors could not help me and to be honest I was growing desperate as my body went it a malnourished state. I was a third of the person I used to be and had difficulty getting out of bed.

My will to survive kicked in as I trudged from one natural food store to another voraciously reading every health food book that I could get my hands on. After much detective work it all started coming together as to why I was prone to these staph infections and not functioning at my optimal level. It began to dawn on me that with the steady antibiotic use not only during the time I was hospitalized, but also during my childhood that Candida had taken over my body.

I began following a strict anti-Candida diet to kill off the excess yeast learning to ferment my own vegetables and culture kefir to add the good probiotics back to my gut flora. It was a long and arduous journey as most healing is. Although my health improved considerably, I still felt there was much to learn and began studying Ann Wigmore’s teachings about the Raw and Living foods lifestyle.

The idea of using food to cleanse the body interested me and I pursued certification in Raw and Living food preparation as well as studied the different therapies of detoxification. That knowledge was invaluable as it added another piece to the puzzle. I began to consult with clients and share this new found information and offer detox services in my day spa and wellness center.

During this time I decided to do a little traveling and began noticing how herbs are such a part of daily life in other cultures. You would regularly see vendors provide everyday health tonics on street corners as well as more extensive herb shops in each neighborhood. Walking in you would be surrounded by huge bins of everyday herbs, roots, and bark for by the kilo purchase and behind the counter hundreds of little drawers holding mysterious contents for healing. The three herbalists would stay busy with lines that were often ten people deep throughout the day. They would consult with each client asking about their ailments and symptoms then proceed to create a special blend for each individual customer.

While I had used herbs before, this was unlike anything I had ever seen before. Over a month’s time they allowed me to observe and document some of these blends giving me my introduction to Far and Middle Eastern herb uses. I did not realize that this was later going to play such an important role in the following years.

In 2009 to our surprise my husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer and was advised to immediately have surgery. Although he was eating healthier since our marriage, he still was a meat and potatoes guy and loved his barbecue. With that and a genetic tendency to prostate cancer he fell to this diagnosis. We immediately lost confidence in the conventional approach as the doctor went through all the complications and quality of life issues that may arise from the procedure. His mentality was to get in there cut it out and deal with the consequences latter. We went for a second opinion with a doctor who believed in having patients be in optimal health before he would proceed with surgery. With his advice and my prompting we decided to try a natural approach before we proceeded with surgery and radiation.

During this time I was working on my Certification in Chinese Herbal Medicine and was able to put together blends from that and other herbal traditions to help combat his illness. We worked on changing his diet and adding powerful foods based on food healing science that contained tremendous therapeutic properties. With each passing year we would do a biopsy to see if there were any observable changes in the quantity and aggressiveness of the cancer cells. We are happy to say in three years time that my husband’s cancer has dramatically declined. Not only is he not requiring surgery, but his prostate size has been reduced by well over 30 % showing a reduction in the inflammation markers. The doctor was very impressed and with such a dramatic improvement wanted to know exactly what we were doing.

I truly believe in never underestimating the body’s ability to heal itself. When it is provided with the right components the body is designed to flourish and thrive. I have been able to experience personally the amazing healing that can take place. I look forward to sharing with you the knowledge that I have gained through the years.

Yours in health,
Mona Wingate – Holistic Health Practitioner, Certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine

Upcoming Group Buys

To help you plan and budget here is the tentative calendar of upcoming Group buys.

Mountain Valley Farm – (Grass Fed Butter) November 8th

Wildness Family Naturals -(Organic Coconut oil, nuts and pantry items)November 15th

Saltworks – (Unrefined Sea Salts)November 15th

reCap (Pour Caps for Mason Jars)November 22nd

Vital Choice Seafood (Wild Caught Shellfish, Sardines and Canned Albacore Tuna ONLY) – December 13th

The market will open up tomorrow morning (Friday) for ordering and close at 5pm on Sunday.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Workshop Info- Address


Hi Everyone,

I left out one important piece of information about the workshop- the location! Sorry about that!

The workshop will take place at BeeBerry Farms in Cumming. The address is 5595 Ranch Drive Cumming, GA 30041 on December 7th at 2pm to 4pm. I will send directions and more information to the attendees when we get closer to the event.

Also, I forgot to mention in the news that Southern Essentials has just listed some all natural lip balms and body butters! I’ve tried the lip balm and it is wonderful. With cooler weather approaching lip balm is a must to keep your lips from chapping!

Have a good weekend!
Nora

Weblog Entry


The market is now open for ordering!
suwanee.locallygrown.net

To reserve you spot for the workshop, please go to “Event Reservation” and add the workshop to your order.

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

Have a wonderful weekend!

New Grower, Workshop and Chevron


New Grower:Finch Creek Farm

I am very happy to welcome Farmer Cass from Finch Creek Farm to our family of growers and producers! Finch Creek Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown farm in Winder, GA. Finch Creek Farm will provide the co-op with certified naturally grown vegetables, herbs and melons when in Season.

Farmer Cass is proud to be a Local Farmer and you might have already met him at the Suwanee Farmers’ Market on Tuesdays this past summer.

His philosophy on how he farms can be found in Phil 4:13

Look for his lettuces, sweet potatoes, turnips, radishes, etc. on the market starting this Friday morning.

Workshop reservations starting this weekend!
We are now taking reservations for the Soap Making and Yogurt Making Workshop on December 7th from 2pm to 4pm. We are limiting it to 20 spaces so reserve your spot early.
Here are the details:
This is a beginning-level soapmaking and yogurt making class designed to teach students to make soap and yogurt by hand at home.
Soapmaking:
The main focus of this class is the “cold process” soapmaking method. After learning soapmaking safety, students learn to formulate soap recipes and calculate lye quantities using a “lye calculator.” The objective of this class is to have students understand saponification values and be comfortable creating their own soap recipes at home. Cold process soap making will be demonstrated during the class session. Each student will receive at least one bar of soap made during class.
Class topics include:
• Brief history and basic chemistry of soap making

• Necessary materials, supplies and equipment

• Safety considerations when working with sodium hydroxide

• Taking accurate measurements & proper mixing temperatures

• Using pure essential oils to scent your soap naturally

• Preparing your molds and molding options

• Insulating, cutting, curing and storing your finished soap

Yogurt Making:
• A brief discussion on the different types of yogurt cultures and preparation methods- We will focus on mesophilic culture (low heat process)

• Learn the cost savings of making your own yogurt at home

• Detailed demonstration of how simple it is to make yogurt using all the dairy products on the co-op market with no expensive equipment

• You will leave with a starter culture and the knowledge to make your own yogurt at home

and ample time for questions and answers

The cost of this workshop is $35 for paid members and $45 for non-paid members.

Pastured Chevron Order with B&G Farms
B&G Farms will start taking deposits for pastured chevron (goat) starting this week.

I have one member that is already interested in splitting the bulk purchase. Please contact me if you are also interested and I will forward your contact info.

The pastured goats are approximately 8 to 9 months old and weigh about 50 to 55 pounds hanging weight. B&G will take them to a local processer where you can call and let them know your custom cuts. They will help walk you though the process. This is a State Certified processer and the goat will be checked in in your name so you have complete control over the packaging. You may choose either a wrap or vacuum packing and this is included in the cost. Your total cost is $4.00 per pound hanging weight*. All goats have been pastured all year – they are young – tender – excellent grass fed meat. B&G will require $100.00 deposit when you order. The deposit is listed on the market site.

BeeBerry Farm has Kale and Radish Greens!
One cup of chopped kale contains 33 calories and 9% of the daily value of calcium, 206% of vitamin A, 134% of vitamin C, and a whopping 684% of vitamin K. It is also a good source of minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus.

Kale’s health benefits are primarily linked to the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K — and sulphur-containing phytonutrients.

Carotenoids and flavonoids are the specific types of antioxidants associated with many of the anti-cancer health benefits. Kale is also rich in the eye-health promoting lutein and zeaxanthin compounds.

Beyond antioxidants, the fiber content of cruciferous kale binds bile acids and helps lower blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease, especially when kale is cooked instead of raw.

Here’s my go to recipe for no fail Kale Chips:
1 Bunch Kale
1 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Pinch of unrefined sea salt
Cumin
Garlic Powder
Cayenne (Optional)

Pre-heat over to 330 degree (yes 330 degrees)

Remove kale leaves from stem

Wash and completely dry leaves

Place leaves on cookie sheet and drizzle on olive oil.

Sprinkle sea salt, cumin, garlic powder and cayenne (option)

Massage oil and seasonings into the leaves until all are coated

Place in 330 oven for 5 minutes, rotate and cook for additional 5 minutes (10 min total cooking time)

After cooking time is complete, turn oven off and leave kale in oven until oven is cold. (I sometimes make this at night and by the morning the kale chips are ready to pack in my kids lunches)

Enjoy crisp, crunchy, delicious kale chips!

The market will open up tomorrow morning (Friday) for ordering and close at 5pm on Sunday.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Market is OPEN!


The market is now open for ordering!
suwanee.locallygrown.net

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Group Buy:Fermented Cod Liver Oil (FCLO)


GROUP BUY: GREEN PASTURE

This weekend we will have our monthly Group Buy for Green Pasture products (Fermented Cod Liver Oil, High Vitamin Butter Oil, Skate Liver Oil, etc. All currently available products (as of today) will be listed on the market site tomorrow for ordering.

The prices include our discounted group buy price, shipping, fees and taxes. This will NOT be available for pick up this Tuesday. I will place our group order on Monday and expect it will be available for pick up within 2 weeks. This is a prepaid preorder, so payment is expected this Tuesday. If you are only ordering Green Pasture products this week, please drop a check in the mail or online payment on the co-op market website.

If you are new to the co-op and/or Fermented Cod Liver Oil, I have a section at the bottom of this weblog that discusses the benefits of this amazing product.

New Products from Southern Essentials

Southern Essentials has listed some therapeutic grade essential orders starting this week. They are able to get these oils at wholesale prices and pass the savings on to us. If you have any questions about essential oils please feel free to contact Southern Essentials or myself. There are so many benefits to using essential oils!

Please check to make sure if leave with the right milk…

If you are purchasing raw milk in plastic jugs from Cedar Rock Dairy or Little Tots Estate please read. Before you leave at pick up on Tuesdays, please make sure you make sure you are leaving with the correct product. Both dairies have blue caps so it is important that you look at the product
label to make sure you’re leaving with the correct type of milk. For right now, Goat milk will always be in the mini fridge unless otherwise indicated.

FCLO Information

GREEN PASTURE INFO:
Here’s some information about Fermented Cod Liver Oil and its health benefits:

Why choose Green Pasture Products?

•Whole Food Form
•Wild, as Provided by Nature
•Natural fatty acid complex, nothing removed or changed
•Full, deep range of Vitamins A, D, E, K; CoQ enzymes; and other Quinones
•Non-industrialized & Historical Processing Methods
•Clean, Pure, and Extensive Third Party Tested (NO PCBs, Lead, Mercury, Arsenic or other Heavy Metals)
•Family owned business
Why is FCLO better than regular fish oil? •Green Pasture uses wild caught cod in and around the Arctic region (A substantial amount of today’s cod liver oil is produced from farmed fish)
•FCLO higher in nutrients than regular fish oil
•Double the amounts of vitamin A and D as regular cod liver oil
•Goes rancid less quickly
•No synthetic vitamins added
•Most salmon oil has one-fifth the potency of cod liver oil
•1/2 TBS of FCLO provides the amount of elongated omega-3 fatty acids found in twelve 1,000 mg fish oil capsules

What are the benefits of Fermented Cod Liver Oil?
•Rich in Vitamins A & D which are crucial nutrients that are lacking in most modern diets
•Vitamin A- vital for a healthy immune system and healthy vision and is important for proper development in children
•Vitamin D- improves insulin function, protective effect against multiple sclerosis,
•May help prevent flu (lack of vitamin D synthesis during the winter as one explanation for high rates of influenza infection during cold season)
•In women, higher levels of vitamin D from cod liver oil improve bone mineral density
•EPA- Eicosapentaenoic acid (Omega 3 Fatty Acid) anti-inflammatory and necessary for prostaglandin production
•DHA -docasahexaenoic acid, a nutrient absolutely vital for a healthy brain and nervous system
•Fights inflammation associated with heart disease and heals the lining of the arteries
•Reduces the size of atheromas clogging arteries and improves blood vessel function
•Studies have shown cod liver oil can protect against diseases like cancer and leukemia
•Effective in treating arthritis
•Helps maintain soft skin and minimize wrinkles

How does it benefit my child’s health?
From conception through adolescence, cod liver oil can provide developing children with what they need to thrive. Mothers who take cod liver oil during pregnancy and nursing protect their children from disease while providing them with important nutrients and fatty acids. For growing children, cod liver oil is important for healthy bones and teeth, as well as preventing common problems like ADHD. It’s also an excellent treatment for diaper rash and other skin conditions if used topically.

Synergy of Butter Oil and Cod Liver Oil
Research shows that butter oil and cod liver oil, taken together, provide complementary factors leading to proper essential fatty acid balance. High-vitamin butter oil contains arachidonic acid (AA), an omega-6 fatty acid, while cod liver oil is rich in eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), an omega-3. Moreover, the saturated fatty acids in the butter oil promote efficient utilization of the unsaturated fatty acids in the cod liver oil. Finally, butter oil contains a broad and deep range of important quinones including Vitamin K, E and CoQ enzymes while cod liver oil is rich in Vitamin A and D.

Green Pasture’s High-Vitamin Butter Oil is extracted from dairy milk produced by Guernsey and Devon cows (high butterfat producers) that graze exclusively on irrigated grass in the northern Great Plains. This specific combination of climate and irrigation produces a rapidly growing specialized forage, ensuring optimal levels of Activator X as discovered by Dr. Price. Activator X and other nutrients are then further concentrated by putting the butterfat through a specialized low-temperature centrifuge process

Here is a link to an article about the benefit of cod liver oil and why it’s best taken with a high vitamin butter oil http://www.westonaprice.org/cod-liver-oil .

I’ve been taking FLCO since October 2011 and I can honestly say that I have seen an improvement in my own health. My hair and nails are stronger than they’ve ever been. My hair hasn’t been this thick since my last pregnancy 6 years ago. My skin feels and looks better. I usually have small bumps on my upper arms and they have virtually disappeared. My hormone level seems more even and no mood swings. One member told me her vision has improved since taking FCLO. My son thinks it’s helped him learn how to read! He loves it and actually requests it. My daughter, on the other hand, takes it only because she knows it’s good for her.

Last year, my dentist told me I had a small “soft spot” on one of my molars that he wanted to keep an eye on. I doubled up on my fish oil and at my next visit he said it was no longer there! I have been told by others that using this product can help re-mineralize your teeth and reverse tooth decay and now I believe it.

My neighbor just started taking FCLO recently. She is also a breast cancer survivor for almost 14 years but has suffered from lymphedema (swelling in arms and hands). She told me shortly after taking fermented cod liver oil blend gel she has seen a significant reduction in her swelling and sense of well being she hasn’t felt in years!

If you have a testimony you’d like to share, please let me know. I’d love to know how others in our co-op have seen the benefits of taking this wonderful product!

The market will open up tomorrow morning (Friday) for ordering and close at 5pm on Sunday.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Market is OPEN for orders!


The market is now open for ordering!
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Other New Items:
Turnip Greens – Certified Naturally Grown from BeeBerry Farms
Flour – Organic KAMUT Freshly Milled from My Daily Bread

Turnip greens provide high levels of antioxidants and they are indeed proving themselves to be a vegetable that is very beneficial in the fight against heart disease, lung diseases such as emphysema, as well as many forms of cancer and arthritis. Turnip greens may be of special benefit to those who suffer from Rheumatoid arthritis as it has high levels of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Calcium and Copper which all have been proven beneficial in the fight against Rheumatoid arthritis. Turnip Greens Are Extremely High In Vitamin K and Vitamin A! A single one cup serving of turnip greens will contain a mere twenty-eight calories but will supply a multitude of vitamins and minerals within it. Ranked in order of their prominence within the greens are the nutrients Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Folate, Manganese, Calcium, Copper, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Tryptrophan, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Vitamin B2, Phosphorus, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B5, Omega-3 fatty acids, Protein and Vitamin B3. For information on how to cook turnip greens look at this link http://www.southernliving.com/food/kitchen-assistant/turnip-greens-recipes-00417000072384/

B&G has ham hocks from pastured Bershire pork that will perfectly flavor your turnip greens!

See previous weblog from information on Kamut.

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Market is open!


The market is now open for ordering!
suwanee.locallygrown.net

Please make sure you get a confirmation email after you order. If you do not receive one immediately after you placed your order, then your items are still in your cart and your order is not complete.

Have a wonderful weekend!

New Vendor, Upcoming Group Buys and More...


New Vendor: Southern Essentials


I am very happy to welcome Mark and Erin Fantom of Southern Essentials to our family of producers and growers! You might have seen Mark and Erin at the Suwanee Farmers Market. They’ve been there for 2 years now but have been making natural skin care products for over 20 years. Southern Essentials is based in Buford, GA and produces handcrafted soaps using 100% pure essential oils and other pure/natural ingredients. Their formula has been over 25 years in the making and produces a very hard bar, cold processed soap. Their soap is very mild, lathers very well, moisturizes and softens the skin. They have listed over 20 different handcrafted soaps including samples. Look for their items starting tomorrow!

No More Recycling… except Egg Cartons

I am a very big proponent of recycling and reusing whenever possible. Unfortunately I’ve run out of room to store all the recyclables. As of this week I will no longer take NGD Produce Boxes or freezer packs. Please recycle those through your community recycling program. I will still continue to take egg cartons since I have plenty of egg crates to store those in and they don’t take up much room.

Kenny’s Cheese Order will be available this Tuesday

If you ordered Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheese it will be available for pick up this Tuesday, October 22nd.

Extra Mini Fridge

I think I can fit one more mini fridge. If you have an extra mini fridge that you would like to lend to the co-op please let me know. I’m always amazed at how many half gallons of milk will fit in one of those mini fridges!

Tentative Date for Workshop

Thank you for all your positive feedback! There is definitely interest! The tentative date for the Yogurt Making/Soap Making workshop at BeeBerry Farm is December 7th at 2pm. All of you that responded requested a weekend workshop and that is what we’ll do. More details and info to come as we get closer to the workshop date.

Upcoming Group Buys

To help you plan and budget here is the tentative calendar of upcoming Group buys.

Green Pasture – (Fermented Cod/Skate Liver Oil/High Vitamin Butter Oil) October 25th

Mountain Valley Farm – (Grass Fed Butter) November 1st

Wildness Family Naturals -(Organic Coconut oil, nuts and pantry items)November 8th

Saltworks – (Unrefined Sea Salts)November 8th

reCap (Pour Caps for Mason Jars)November 22nd

Vital Choice Seafood (Wild Caught Shellfish, Sardines and Canned Albacore Tuna ONLY) – December 13th

The market will open up tomorrow morning (Friday) for ordering and close at 5pm on Sunday.

We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!