The Market Is Open!
WELCOME! Seedy Snacks to the market… Raw (dehydrated not baked) crackers! Check out the product page for all the wonderful information on these healthy snack alternatives!
Rocky Glade Farm says: all of the ginger has been dug, so this truly is the last week for it and galangal. We are offering a larger 3 lb bulk pack for 20.00 which is quite a savings over the regular price. Ginger freezes well for use during cold and flu season or to freeze in quantities to add to smoothies or juicing.
Linda sends this email:
Dogwood Valley Greenhouse is offering a fabric-lined basket filled with three herb plants of your choice, each in its own 4" pot. These pretty baskets will make great Thanksgiving decorations or hostess gifts. Order your basket for delivery now, or preorder for Thanksgiving delivery. Herbs included will be those commonly used in baking and cooking, a great addition to any kitchen. Specify your preference of herbs from this list: lemon balm; orange, pineapple, apple, chocolate, spearmint, or grapefruit mint; Greek or variegated oregano; silver-edged, English, common, variegated lemon, citrus, or lime thyme. Basket #1 is approximately 8-9" round with a handle, but may be different from the picture on the market. Pattern of fabric may vary, but will be fall/Thanksgiving themed.
Order until Tuesday night at 9!
We would love for each of you to share about the market to as many locals as possible. Whether by word of mouth or Facebook, let’s continue to show the hard-working farmers how much we need and appreciate them!
Important Market Information
Customers have from Saturday 5pm until Tuesday at 9pm to place orders. The market will be closed Tuesday evening.
On Thursday’s from 4:45pm – 6:00pm customers can pick up their orders at 865 Union St Shelbyville, TN 37160 (opposite Piggly Wiggly). This is where customers are to pay for their orders in check or cash.
If you have any problems or any questions please do not hesitate to ask (our contact info is above)
Please, share your recipes with us on the website, on the Recipes tab. We’d all love to know how you use your Bedford County Locally Grown products, so we can try it too!