Notes from the Farmer’s Market
– A new vendor has joined the market. Todd Mauldin, owner of Charolais Beef, is selling locally raised, all-natural, grass-fed beef, raised with no antibiotics and no growth hormones. Charolais Beef will be at the market Wednesdays and Saturdays.
– Landis Gourmet Mushrooms now has backyard pears, in addition to apples. Mushrooms sell out early.
– How Sweet It Is features Black Bottom Cups, cupcake-size concoctions that include chocolate and cream cheese.
– If you thought Jean’s Petal Pushers wasn’t selling at the market anymore, it’s because you didn’t go early enough. She typically sells out very early in the morning and is at the market only on Saturdays.
– Cress Farm now has limas.
– Corn, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers are plentiful.
The Farmer’s Market, at the corner of South Main and Innes streets, is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday.
ó Compiled by Sara Pitzer
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