Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Uptown Westerville Farmers' Market: September 11th Market Report

Apples from Branstool Orchards.

On this Market Wednesday, you may feel like you've taken a step back into August today - we know that weather will be hot and muggy this afternoon. While you may not want to linger, it's still a great day to pick up this week's farm fresh!

Home-grown. Home-made. All Ohio. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville.

This week's vendor line-up: New Vendor! Dan the Baker, Northridge Organic Farm, Branstool Orchards, Fox Hollow Farm, Bird's Haven Farm, Flying J Farm, Doran's Family Farm, Hartzler Family Dairy, Malabar Peach and Apple Orchard, Annabelle's Blooms, Sugar B Baker, Chuck Evans' Montezuma Brand Salsas and Sauces, Sweet Thing Gourmet, and Blue Jacket Dairy.

Update: We will see Bridgman Farm today.

Marshall Branstool tells us that Branstool Orchards will have some peaches (the peach season is winding down), and mostly apples, featuring  honeycrisp, rubinnette, and crimson gold apple varieties. We know Malabar Peach and Apple will have apples, honestly not sure on peaches.

We are waiting to hear from Dana Lee's, Ohio Farm Direct, and Bridgman Farm, so we'll keep you posted.

Pleiades Maple Products will not be at market this week.

Honey Health Farm is out this week as Dale recovers. You can order from Honey Health Farm online (check our market directory to connect.)

This week's community partner is Westerville Police Division.

Broccoli from Doran's Family Farm

Bread from Sugar B Bakery.

Cut flowers from Annabelle's Blooms.

Shopping for sweet corn at Bird's Haven Farms.

Tomatoes from Doran's Family Farm.

Potatoes from Flying J Farm.

Peppers from Bridgman Farm.

Leeks and Swiss Chard at Flying J Farm.

Apples from Malabar Peach and Apple Orchard.

Winter squash from Northridge Organic Farm.

Cauliflower from Doran's Family Farm.

Jam from Sweet Thing Gourmet.

Shopping at Chuck Evans' Montezuma Brand Salsas and Sauces.

Stay cool! See you at the market!

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