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Toledo Farmers Market

July 7, 2017
By Dawn Troutner - Toledo Market Master , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Market Report for June 30, 2017

What a beautiful night for the start of the holiday weekend, and the Toledo Farmers' Market. A large crowd attended and many vendors were there with an abundance of items to sell.

Will and Thea from Aromathea Candles had their tent set up with many soy candles, soy melts, body glitter, and beautiful wedding cupcake soaps. Kristi had a table full of her Czech bakeries, cookies, crisps, and coffee cakes, and pies, bars, along with Devin's chocolate and vanilla cupcakes decorated with a red, white, and blue theme. Cindy brought potatoes, last of the peas, and broccoli. Caryn arrived with jams, jellies, caramel corn, and an assortment of snack mixes. Darold had onions, red and yellow beets, kohlrabi, and potatoes.

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Dawn Troutner
Toledo Market Master

Shirley and Michael were busy baking they had kolaches, rolicky and buchty. Busy Bee Acres squeezed in with an assortment of honey, natural insect repellent, skin balm, lotion bars, and lip balm. The flavors of lip balm were blue raspberry, coconut lemongrass, lemonade, peppermint, bubble gum, orange, watermelon, peach, pineapple, grape, cinnamon, spearmint, and brown sugar. Their products are made natural with bees wax. Chuck and Ginger brought, popcorn, cabbage, kohlrabi, cauliflower, potatoes, zucchini, snap peas, little cabbage heads, eggs, black raspberries, pies, cookies, and breads. Keller Berry Farm arrived with red raspberries, and blueberries. Yummy looking berries.

Joe and Barb brought homemade yeast breads, honey wheat, ten grain, cinnamon, cinnamon raisin, white, along with cookies, apple, rhubarb, rhubarb/strawberry crisps, maple nut granola, cabbage, shell peas, beets, onions, potatoes, beets, and leeks. Jim had his assortment of handmade leather items, purses, wallets, belts, coin purses, hair pieces, and gun holster Pam had her cute craft items, birdhouses, mop heads, hot handle holders, magnets, and homemade laundry soap. Karen brought her soy candles, melts, odor eliminator room and body spray, and corn cob sachets. Kathy had plenty of bakery, kolaches, Danish, rolls, breads, magic bars, twisted loaves, and snack mixes. On the north end was the Bunny Farm, Gail and Bill brought peach trees, cabbage, onions, chard, assortment of muffins, apple/raspberry crisp, seven grain bread and a Buckwheat baking batter.

The Toledo Farmers' Market thanks everyone for attending the market and making it another successful night.

I hope everyone had a safe holiday weekend.

The Stoplight Festival is this Friday, July 7, and the market will have limited space. Your favorite vendor may not be in their normal spot. Hopefully you will be able to find them. A few vendors won't be attending the market, but we hope everyone still comes out and does their Friday night market shopping. See you at market.



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