THE MARKET IS OPEN!
The Market is now OPEN until Monday at noon!! Click here to order now!
Hello everyone! Hope your week has been short, sweet, and productive thus far. I am always happy to hear you guys are enjoying all the goodies you’ve been getting at the market. So many of you have expressed how delicious Fred’s grass fed beef is compared to the stuff you’ve been getting at the supermarket. Many of you have also mentioned that Bill’s chickens are huge! And the taste is far superior to conventionally grown poultry. Happy to be here sharing all of this with you all, and it really makes my heart sing to see you all come out and support. We need to get the word out about the market, so please let your friend and family know where they can find us! And don’t forget about our “refer-a-friend” program, here’s how it works.
I am happy to see the Ferments section of the market has some NEW and exciting products this week. Some fermented dill pickles and green beans which make a tasty and healthy little snack. We also have Kombucha (a fermented tea beverage) and some milk kefir grains. All great source of probiotics, so check it out!
As always, don’t forget your essentials for the week and that MUST include veggies of course! So check out The Veggie Patch and Back in Time Farms for those.
- Raw Cow's and Goat's Milk (Labeled for pet consumption)
- Pastured Chicken and Duck Eggs
- Pastured Chicken and Pork
- Grass Fed Beef
- Local Honey (great to treat allergies!)
- Locally Roasted Coffee
- Savory Jams and Grain Mixes
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments, as well as any feedback on how we can better serve you. I am available Monday-Thursday 11am-4pm. firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-339-3065 ext 5
The Market is open Thursday at 9am – Monday at noon. After Monday at noon, ordering is disabled until Thursday morning. Pick up your order Tuesday from 4-7pm only at Rancho Alegre Farm at 2225 Givens Road, Dacula, GA 30019. New to The Market? Learn about how it works here
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