By the end of June the vendor’s tables at the Haymaker Farmer’s Market are full of fresh, locally grown fruit and vegetables so if you’ve been waiting for a full inventory to pick from, now is the time to go.
The Market reports having “50 amazing vendors” who bring their fresh, locally grown, baked, and homemade foods including a wide selection of certified organic and conventionally grown fruits, vegetables, baked goods, cheeses; maple and honey products; jams, herbs, coffee, prepared foods, meat and eggs; soaps, sweets, gourmet nut mixes and more.
The Market welcomes the Ohio Direction Card and credit and debit cards; customers may visit the market info table to swipe the card in exchange for market tokens.
Thanks to an Ohio Department of Health grant (through Produce Perks Midwest and the Ohio State University) the weekly Produce Perks match has increased to $20. This match is offered to SNAP customers for the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables. The Socially Responsible Sweatshop of Kent (SRS) is selling beautiful hand crafted items to help fund the Market’s SNAP matching program
The Market is open on Saturdays May through October, 9am-1pm in downtown Kent, on Franklin Ave between Summit St and Main St (under the Haymaker Parkway bridge).
For more information, visit haymakermarket.com or contact market manager, Andrew Rome at email@example.com.