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ALG Market Open for September 4


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

Hi! I’m out of town today and the internet connection is barely present, so I’m going to be brief and let you go right into ordering.

We are no longer able to accept EBT cards as payment for your order! One provision in the new farm bill was that retailers had to bear the cost of the card-reading equipment and processing of EBT payments. Farmers Markets are exempt from this rule, but they’ve defined farmers markets in a way that specifically excludes online markets like ALG — I just didn’t hire enough lobbyists, I guess. I’ve structured ALG to be a break-even business (at best), and just don’t have the money in the budget to pay for all the overhead now needed to accept EBT cards. However, if you’re an EBT customer, you do have other (and better) options. The Athens Farmers market, on both Saturday and Wednesday, accepts EBT and also double your money thanks to grants from the Wholesome Wave foundation. Many of the same growers at ALG also sell at the Athens Farmers Market. They don’t have quite the variety we do, especially in the meat and dairy categories, but most everything else you can find at ALG you can also find at AFM. Also, I’ve been told that the West Broad Farmers Market accepts EBT, though I can’t find that verified on their website. Neither market operates year-round, so there is a gap in EBT acceptance. Perhaps by the time the other markets close for the year, I’ll have come up with a sustainable plan to bring EBT back to ALG.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at Creature Comforts. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for August 28


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

I’ve one VERY important note this week. This week will be the last week we will be able to accept EBT cars as payment for your order. One provision in the new farm bill was that retailers had to bear the cost of the card-reading equipment and processing of EBT payments. Farmers Markets are exempt from this rule, but they’ve defined farmers markets in a way that specifically excludes online markets like ALG — I just didn’t hire enough lobbyists, I guess. I’ve structured ALG to be a break-even business (at best), and just don’t have the money in the budget to pay for all the overhead now needed to accept EBT cards.

However, if you’re an EBT customer, you do have other (and better) options. The Athens Farmers market, on both Saturday and Wednesday, accepts EBT and also double your money thanks to grants from the Wholesome Wave foundation. Many of the same growers at ALG also sell at the Athens Farmers Market. They don’t have quite the variety we do, especially in the meat and dairy categories, but most everything else you can find at ALG you can also find at AFM. Also, I’ve been told that the West Broad Farmers Market accepts EBT, though I can’t find that verified on their website. Neither market operates year-round, so there is a gap in EBT acceptance. Perhaps by the time the other markets close for the year, I’ll have come up with a sustainable plan to bring EBT back to ALG.

Here’s an event you may be interested in: This Thursday, August 28 at 7:00pm in Room 171 of the UGA Miller Learning Center, author and activist Philip Lymbery will speak about his book “Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat” and the devastating impact of factory farming on our health, the environment, and animals. Lymbery is an expert on our food system, especially how that system is broken and in desperate need of repair. He is CEO of international organization Compassion in World Farming. “Farmageddon” (no relation to the documentary of the same name that featured ALG’s run-in with the FDA) is a wake-up call, exposing factory farming as one of the most urgent problems of our time — responsible for enormous food waste, damage to our health and the environment, and the biggest cause of animal cruelty on the planet. The event is free and open to the public. A book signing will follow the talk with books available for purchase on site. There’s more information on their facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/712035532212161/. It is sponsored by Speak Out for Species.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at Creature Comforts. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for August 21


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

This Thursday at the ALG pickup, we’ll be hosting two of our farms, who have joined forces to tell us all about heritage meat and fiber animal breeds of the US Southeast. Here’s what Daniella Adams and Cathy Payne have to say: “Grove Creek Farm and Broad River Pastures are looking forward to highlighting American heritage meat and fiber breeds this Thursday at the Meet the Grower table. Grove Creek Farm raises Pineywoods Cattle for grass fed beef and breeding stock. Broad River Pastures raises Gulf Coast Sheep, American Guinea hogs, American rabbits and Silver Fox rabbits for meat, breeding stock and fiber. These rare and unique breeds have been historically important to American agriculture for centuries, but are critically at risk for being lost due to industrialization of agriculture. Gulf Coast sheep and Pineywoods cattle came to the shores of North America on the ships of Spanish and French Explorers over five-hundred years ago. Since then, they have been adapting to the often harsh environment of the Southeast and have developed excellent genetic resistance to the diseases and parasites found here. Preservation of these breeds’ genetic strength is of vital importance to the future of agriculture. We believe the best way to preserve these heritage breeds is to use them for their original purpose: food and fiber. This Thursday, Broad River Pastures will bring pelts, fiber, and yarn as well as their signature Lucky Dog liver treats for sale. Grove Creek Farm will bring their delicious Pineywoods grass-fed beef, so bring your coolers! We will also bring literature about heritage breeds and look forward to sharing our experiences with you!”

I’m excited to see what they bring along. Not that long ago, each community had a stock of vegetable and animal breeds that had been bred over the generations to do well in that community. As the business of farming was taken over by big companies and our food homogenized, we lost almost all of those varieties. Through the work of hard-working anthropologists and others, seed saving organizations collected and helped bring back some heirloom plant varieties from the brink of extinction. One such organization, the Southern Seed Legacy, was founded right here by Daniella’s father, Dr. Robert Rhoades. Reviving livestock breeds is much harder work, but just as important to the health of our food system.

One other note this week: Rancho Alegre Farm was able to get licensed to sell the tasty kombucha they make there on-farm. You’ll find it listed at ALG this week in the beverages category if you’d like to give it a try.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at Creature Comforts. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for August 14


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

It’s the first day of school tomorrow for Athens schools, and this house has a fifth grader starting at a new-to-her school, a kindergartener going to a big school for her first time, and a girl starting pre-k who hasn’t had any daycare experience at all. So of course, the excitement levels here are a bit overwhelming and I haven’t had time to prepare a full newsletter for you this week.

I do have one update on the EBT situation I wrote about last week (ALG will have to drop from the program at the end of the month due to changes in the farm bill that make it cost prohibitive for retailers like us). A few of you wrote me to ask if there could be a pledge drive or something among ALM membership to raise the $70 a month needed to stay in the program. That is a possibility, and I’m looking into it further.

Try to enjoy the back-to-school madness this week. Even if you have no little ones yourself in school, the town certainly changes this week from the sleepy small town it’s been the last few months. Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at Creature Comforts. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for August 7


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

It’s the time of year where we welcome back everyone who left town for the summer, and give a big hello to all the new Athenians living here for the first time. IT’s been pretty quiet summer, but things around town are already picking up. With all the hustle and bustle of back-to-school and new routines, it’s easy to forget things like picking up your ALG order. Remember that we can’t keep your items past 8pm, and we’ll try contacting you any way we know how to make sure you get what you ordered. Now’s a great time to check the phone number on your account to make sure it’s a number I can reach you at at 7:30 on a Thursday. I start calling everyone who hasn’t picked up yet then, and will keep trying to reach you until 8pm, when we have to pack it all up. I hate seeing people’s food go somewhere else, and having a good phone number on your account is the best way to keep that from happening.

I received a surprise letter from the USDA this past week regarding our participation in the SNAP (food stamp) program. As part of the new Farm Bill, Congress cut all funding for the infrastructure behind accepting the electronic SNAP cards. This means that all retailers must now pay for the all of the equipment (the swiper), the receipt paper, the processing fees, and everything else goes into accepting SNAP benefits. This is all separate from the equipment used to accept credit and debit cards, and the minimum monthly cost to ALG will be $70. I fought the system for years to get ALG into the SNAP program, but there’s no way the market can afford to pay that going forward.

So, unless I can figure out a way to pay for the equipment and processing fees, ALG will stop accepting SNAP cards at the end of August.

I know some of you rely on your SNAP benefits to get fresh food from local farmers. You can continue to use them at the Athens Farmers Market while they’re open for the season, and with their grant money from Wholesome Wave, they can even double your SNAP dollars. The Farm Bill exempted farmers markets from the new fees, but they also defined “farmers market” in a way that excludes markets like ours. I wish they’d found other ways to save money, but it is what it is.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at Creature Comforts. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for July 31


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

We’ve reached that busy part of the year, when the slowness of summer turns over to the hustle and bustle of another school year and the gardens go into overdrive producing more than most people can handle. Often, late in August, it gets so hot here that everything pauses (flowers can’t set fruit when it’s really hot for too long), but for now all the squash, all the tomatoes, all the corn, the okra, and so forth of going gangbusters. If you’ve never tried preserving the summer harvest, now is a great time to learn. Former ALG member Liana Krissoff (like so many in this college town, she moved off to another city a couple years ago) has a wonderful book, “Canning for a New Generation: Bold, Fresh Flavors for the Modern Pantry”, that is both a great introduction and a valuable resource of more seasoned folks. Equipment is easy to come by, and there’s little impediment to getting started.

One thing that can be hard to find when all the produce is coming in at once is kitchen space. Athens has an answer for that problem, too. Jennie Phillips-De la Vega, owner of Mama Bird’s Shared Kitchen (where she makes her popular granola), located downtown, is actively searching for kitchen clients. She sent me this the other day:

Do you have a large dinner to prepare? Do you need a place for an evening for a group? Do you have a girl scout troop that needs to earn a cooking badge or the like? Do you have a food related business that needs a certified kitchen to prepare your product? Mama Bird’s has three business options. Private options available as well. I’m here for you. Contact me! 678-997-9647, mamabirdsgranola@gmail.com, www.mamabirdssharedkitchen.com.

I’ve not used her kitchen, but I’ve rented a commercial kitchen for a few hours at a time in years past, and it’s amazing how much difference all that space can make. The fees I’ve paid have always been totally worth it.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at city hall. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for July 24


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

I’m starting to have flashbacks to last summer when I look at the weather forecast for the coming week. It’s rain as far as the weatherman can see. All that rain can be great, if there is time between showers for it all to soak in and for the sun to come out for a little bit to help the plants photosynthesize. The trouble we had last summer was it just didn’t stop, and the quality of the summer harvest really took a hit. With so much water, fruit started to taste bland, from blueberries to tomatoes. Squash would soften and rot before it could get harvested. Corn stalks fell right over as the dirt liquified under their roots. After years of extreme drought, everyone was excited by the rain at first, but by this point in the summer it had really made for a challenging season.

I’m hoping that this week is just a wet spell, a little monsoon, and the sun will still get some time to keep things in balance. Just enough to make my biking to work messy but not enough to negatively impact the growers and their crops.

In the meantime, there are 1050 items listed for sale at ALG this week. I’m sure you’re eager to get to shopping, so go have at ’em!

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at city hall. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for July 17


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

This week is “Tomatoes at Terrapin”! July 17th, from 5:30 to 7:30 (yeah, right during ALG pickups, so I won’t be there unfortunately) is a fundraiser for the Athens Nurses Clinic where attendees get to help the clinic continue their cause of providing free medical services by eating deliciously fresh, locally grown tomato sandwiches and drinking refreshing, locally brewed Terrapin Beer! It’s the perfect way to celebrate the amazing tomatoes that local farmers donate to the event and help those who need their services. And there will also be live music! This year there is a great lineup of MrJordanMrTonks, Betsy Franck, the Wildcats, and the Megaband to listen to while eating those sandwiches and enjoying a beer. Bring your chairs, blankets, and kids! Tickets are $20 in advance and $24 at the door. (Under 21 $10; Kids under 10 $5). Get your advance tickets here: http://athensnursesclinic.org/wp/tomatoes-terrapin/get-tt-tickets/

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at city hall. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for July 10


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

Hello! I returned back to town today after being away all week, and everything seems just as I left it. I’ve looked around for local food-related events happening this week to tell you about, but didn’t see any. So, I’ll just keep things short and let you all go right to ordering.

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at city hall. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!

ALG Market Open for July 3


Athens Locally Grown

How to contact us:
Our Website: athens.locallygrown.net
On Twitter: @athlocallygrown
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/athenslocallygrown
On Thursdays: Here’s a map.

Market News

Hello, all! I’ve not much to report this week. I’m out of the state, to put my mom to rest in the Florida Keys, a place she fell in love with late in life. I won’t be at the ALG pickups on Thursday, but our team of wonderful volunteers will keep everything running in my absence.

It is a holiday week, and a number of growers have taken the week off from ALG. I know a bunch of you are also out of town, so hopefully the balance of supply and demand is still good, even with the reduced number of items available. The volunteers will see you on Thursday, and I’ll see you when I return the following week. Enjoy your Independence Day!

Thanks so much for your support of Athens Locally Grown, all of our growers, local food, and our rights to eat it. You all are part of what makes Athens such a great area in which to live. We’ll see you on Thursday at Ben’s Bikes at the corner of Pope and Broad Streets from 4:30 to 8pm!

Other Area Farmers Markets

The Athens Farmers Market is open on Saturdays at Bishop Park and Wednesday afternoons downtown at city hall. You can catch the news on their website. The West Broad Farmers Market is open throughout the week here in Athens, and you can find more information about them here: www.athenslandtrust.org. The Washington-Wilkes Farmer’s Market in Washington is open every Saturday 9-12 behind the Washington Courthouse. The Oconee County farmers market is open Saturday mornings in front of the Oconee County Courthouse. The other area markets I haven’t mentioned have yet to open for the season, so far as I know.

All of these other markets are separate from ALG (including the Athens Farmers Market) but many growers sell at multiple markets. Please support your local farmers and food producers, where ever you’re able to do so!

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!