Market Report for June 26th

Dawn Troutner Toledo Market Manager

What a great night for the Toledo Farmers’ Market. It’s so nice to see customers making their purchases along with saying a quick hello to their friends, neighbors or family. Thanks to all that participate in the social distancing.

This week Rod and Cindy brought peas, potatoes, kohlrabi, red, and green cabbage, and news that the sweet corn isn’t far off.

Caryn brought her jams, jellies, assortment of flavored popcorn, along with her assortment of snack mixes.

Krisit and Alan had their tables full of fresh baked cookies, quick breads, rolls, kolaches, rolicky, and twistys.

Dan brought from his Vining Urban Farm radishes, beets, green beans, green onions, bok Choy, carrots, joi Choy, some home made cookies, a cute little bouquet of flowers, and head lettuce.

Chuck and Ginger had their tables full of kolaches, quick breads, pies, broccoli, green cabbage, eggs, peas, potatoes, kohlrabi, green peppers, popcorn, and nut meats.

Janet arrived with corn bread, granola mix, quick breads, cookies, eggs, and a Russian tea mix.

Joe and Barb arrived with granola, yeast breads, broccoli, green cabbage, Chinese cabbage, head lettuce, green onions, and kohlrabi.

Your Plate or Mine had a large selection of mini loaves of quick breads. They smelled delicious.

The Bunny Farm was back at market with their table full of a wide variety of jams and jellies.

Each week we are getting more and more vegetables arriving at market. Be sure to mark your calendars for Fridays from 5-7 pm for the Toledo Farmers’ Market. See you at market.