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Statesboro Market2Go:  Order Before 10pm Tuesday!

We’ve just received a re-supply of sensational salmon from Doug’s Wild Alaska Salmon, so we’ve decided to send out some serving suggestions this week!

Try it:

Plus, be sure to check out our ever expanding recipe section for even more culinary inspiration!

Click to order at Market2Go!

Independence,VA:  Online Market CLOSES tonight at 8 PM!

Happy Monday, everyone!

This is your weekly reminder that the Online Market will close for ordering tonight at 8 PM. Pick-up is this Wednesday between 4 and 6 PM.

Be sure to check out what’s on offer in the sweets and desserts section to gear up for Valentine’s Day! It will be here before you know it.

Also, the second part of the Gro More Veg workshops series, Pests and Diseases, will be held at the Grayson Landcare Office on Saturday, February 4th from 9 am to Noon. Email Michelle at to register.

If you’d like to schedule a curbside pickup to conveniently have your box awaiting upon your arrival, please feel free to schedule a time using the Calendly link below. Otherwise, You can drop by and pick up your order inside the office any time on Wednesday, February 1, between 4-6 pm.

Thank you, happy shopping!

To shop:

Schedule Your Pickup Time (OPTIONAL): Calendly.
After you click “Confirm” on your time, be sure to enter your information and click, “Schedule an Event”. You will get a confirmation e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation, you are not scheduled and need to try again.

Thank you for supporting the Market!

-Christian, Online Market Manager

Siloam Springs, AR:  The Online Market is Open!

January is not going to leave us without a fight! So while you’re riding out our current winter weather, take a look at all the great meats, baked goods and artisan crafted items we have available in the market this week! You can enjoy the comfort and safety of home while you shop between now and Thursday, and then pick up your items this Saturday after all this winter weather has passed us by. Happy shopping!

Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market:  This Week at the Market

We are back open after a very busy week. The eggs are slacking again so I’ll list those again when I have them available.
This week our palate travels to Morocco! Let your mouth water as you peruse the flavorful dishes we have listed!

Thanks for supporting the market!
Farmher Chef Amy

Yalaha, FL:  Lots of Lettuce!

Lots of Lettuce Available!!!

We Have Celery, next few months ONLY!

The regular ordering window is now through Thursday 8am for Friday-Sunday pickup.

I may still be able to take orders after Thursday Morning but can’t guarantee availability of things as I may have already packed them for the Restaurants.
Ordering window is Monday Afternoon (or when I open it) through Thursday Morning and pick up will be Friday-Sunday by appointment until we expand more, Please indicate when you would like to pick up when you place your order.

Remember to tell me when you want to pick up! (and if I don’t reply to confirm within a day, bump my e-mail or text me 407-342-8515. Though I have cleaned up my e-mail so hopefully I won’t Miss Anyone.)

Sign in to order.

You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then set the number and click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy (it is the little picture right next to the quantity box.) Remember you need to check out before your order will be placed.
Remember to let me know when you want to pick up on Sat or maybe even Friday late afternoon or on Sunday. (If I don’t send you an e-mail confirmation of your order and pick up time, please make sure you checked out and completed your order.)

Frontier Farms:  January is in the books

That was a warm January, hope this continues. Lettuce looks good, spinach is happy. See everyone Wednesday

Fayetteville Farmers' Market:  Online Orders NOW OPEN

Orders are open from now until 6am Wed morning. Easy drive by pick up in the outdoor lot at the Fayetteville library!

Order at:


WEATHER: we expect Thursday to be OK for customer pickup at the library. But be sure to check your email on Wednesday evening in case there are any changes.

A&A Orchards is back this week with apples, frozen peaches, cider and vinegar. They do not plan to sell again until March.

Several growers (Dripping Springs, Rocky Comfort and White River Creamery) are out of town or not able to sell online this week. This is temporary.

EGGS: Sisters Sprouts is back with eggs this week—limited supply, so don’t wait to order.

AVAILABLE: Mushrooms, meats, baked goods, honey, tamales, processed products, craft items, locally roasted coffee beans and other goodies ARE available

PICKUP TIME THURSDAY Feb 2 is 4:30-5:30. Note: if you know that you cannot make it by 5:30 pm, but you want to order this week, just reply to this email or text 479-935-5111 and we will work with you on a plan.

IT’S ALMOST FEBRUARY! Remember our art and craft makers if you are thinking about a special someone. In addition to wonderful farm and food products, our online market offers some great ideas for gift giving: handmade cards, handcrafted leather goods, locally sewn fabric items, wooden crafts, art prints and more!

All of our bakers have GREAT variety right now—including sweet treats, cookies, pastries, breads, granola and other goodies.

Fresh tamales (meat and vegie) are delivered hot and fresh on Thursday just before pickup. If you don’t feel like cooking on Thursday this is a great option. They can be eaten after pickup or will also keep fine in your frig until you are ready for them.

Special dietary needs? Check out vegan and gluten free baked goods and locally made seitan items. We speak from personal experience that all of these items are delicious and would please anyone no matter what their dietary needs are.

A UNIQUE GIFT: how about a certificate for local knife sharpening services? Can be redeemed at a local drop off location.

SEARCHING TIP: On large categories such as baked goods or meats click on the category to get a drop down of specific items in that category.

HOW TO CHECK ITEMS FROM A PARTICULAR SELLER? Scroll down on left side until you see “show specific growers”. If all the boxes are checked, you can click on “reverse all” then click the boxes on or off of those sellers you want to see. Then click “show specific growers” again.

BUYING TIP: If you see items that you want but not much available, order and pay and then log back in and continue shopping. Your orders will be combined and you will only be charged once.


SNAP CUSTOMERS ONLY: you may choose pay at pickup and bring your EBT card on Thursday. We will swipe your card and match up to $100 of your order. NOTE: please do not bring tokens or match cards to pickup at the online market.

NOTE: New customers and orders always welcome—no minimum order required, no weekly order required.


1) Sellers sometimes add more products later in the ordering period, so be sure to check back. The product list changes each week, even from the same seller, so it’s worth exploring the categories you are interested in.

2) Multiple orders from you at different times will be automatically combined into one order before pickup and you will only be charged once.

The OUTDOOR parking area at the south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library. Follow the line of cars towards the building and stay in your car in line while we get your order.

Thank you for your continued support of the online market.

Reply to this email if you have questions

Green Acres Atkins:  Good evening

Hope you all had a great weekend

We are preparing for this potential ice event this week

But will still have lots of goodies available for ya

Please place those orders by noon on Thursday

Tom Kami and Oliver

Foothills Market:  The Market is Open!

Let’s talk sweets this week on Foothils Market. Our vegetable offerings are pretty thin, but we had a good variety of homemade spreads that bring a taste of sweet summer fruits to these dreary winter days.

Most people are familiar with jams and jellies. We have a lot of favorites – grape, blackberry, blueberry, and strawberry. Sometimes people shy away from jams because of the high sugar content, but our growers also offer lower-sugar versions of some popular varieties. We also offer some products that are not typical, such as an old-fashioned peach conserve. Like jam, conserve is made with fruit and sugar, but the recipe also includes nuts and sometimes secondary fruits like raisins. This makes a conserve good as a sweet accent to meats, as well as giving an extra crunch on a biscuit or toast.

Shop the market for our sweet spreads, beef, or baked goods while we wait for spring vegetables. Place your order by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday and we’ll have it ready for pickup on Thursday afternoon.

Eat something local this week!

The Wednesday Market:  The Wednesday Market Celebrates 12 Years!

Good afternoon.

The Wednesday Market is open for orders. Please place your order by 10 p.m. Monday. Orders are ready for pick up between 2 and 4 p.m. Wednesday. See the website for this week’s product offerings. Here is the link:

Did you know that The Wednesday Market celebrated it’s 12th anniversary this week? I think this is an ideal time to recap the reasons for the Market’s founding, so let’s take a look back at our mission.

On January 26, 2011, The Wednesday Market in Zebulon opened to serve Pike County and neighboring communities. From the beginning of our creation, our purpose was to provide the freshest, locally grown produce, fruit and good food available.

We believe that small, diverse, family-owned farms contribute to society’s overall health, and the reasons for buying locally are even more relevant today than they were 12 years ago. By supporting The Wednesday Market, you:

Enhance your local economy – By purchasing produce and other items from local growers you are providing stability to your local economy through the support of local businesses.

Save natural resources – Buying locally makes you an invaluable link in the process of saving resources such as fossil fuels and packaging materials. Also, we are right here in your community, so the expense of transportation and delivery is kept to a minimum.

Provide learning opportunities – Locally Grown supporters provide member growers the means to help educate our community about the importance of sustainable agriculture.

Support a way of life – The number of small farms in the United States has decreased dramatically in the last decade. Please help us preserve an honest and worthy means of making a living.

During 2022 the U.S. economy was hit with inflation like we have not experienced in 40+ years. Inflation continues to be a challenge in 2023. Have you been to the grocery store lately? The increase in prices for basics like eggs, milk, butter, and bread is particularly shocking. Seven dollars for a dozen eggs – who can afford that? These outrageous prices have created new customers for The Wednesday Market. Not only are our eggs reasonably priced, they are much fresher than what you can buy at the grocery store. And, the Market is a great source for baked goods and other products that do not contain chemical preservatives and additives.

Whether we are being pinched by inflation or not, let us support our local agricultural economy. Buy from local farmers and encourage your friends and neighbors to do so, too. Consider planting your own gardens and sharing the bounty with others. Tell everyone you know that you order from The Wednesday Market. Help us attract more producers to sell through us.

Our managers are volunteers, as we have been from day one. Without our teamwork and dedication, the Market simply would not happen. A few of us have “retired”, but our founders’ vision persists today.

We are grateful to our Farmers and Customers for your support and look forward to continuing to serve you!

Your Sunshine Girls,
Sharon Fox, Nelda Miller, and Beverly Walter

And, our Market founders and retired volunteers:
Anna Evans and Brenda Fayard
Irma Wing and Betty Dean