What's At the Decatur Farmers Market Today

Here's a list of the available products and vendors at Wednesday's Decatur Farmers Market.

If you're looking to head down to today from 4 to 7 p.m., below is a list of all the vendors who will be there and the things they're bringing to market, courtesy the farmers market's website.

Darby Farms be at market today with pasture raised chicken and eggs.

Pearson Farms will have sweet juicy peaches again this week.

The Little Tart is coming to market today with their scrumptious baked goods!

King of Pops will cool you off with some cool popsicles.

Johnston Dairy will be bringing  milk, cream, and butter.

Tia's Chia will be bringing chia based gluten free goodies.

Zocalo will have salsas and tamales.

Hidden Springs farm will have local honey and eggs.

Simply Scrumptious is baking some scrumptious baked goods.

Farmers, farmers, farmers with flowers, yellow squash, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, turnips, carrots, onions, lettuce, radishes, beets and more fine locally grown  organic produce.

Capra Gia Goat Cheese Co. will have cheese and eggs and raw goat milk.

Paradise Found Farm is planning on coming with their lovely pestos.

Nazifa's Bakery will be bringing tasty hummus, tabbouleh, Baklava, falafel, samosas, kebab rolls and other delights.

Alta Cucina will be at come to market today with her wonderful infused oils, pestos and seasoned salts.

Magnolia Bread Co. will have delicious organic breads.

The Funny Farm will have flowers, tomatoes, basil, heirloom zucchini, yellow squash, lemon ginger marmalade, blueberry/jalapeno and blueberry jams, peach jam, pickled peaches, bread and butter pickles, zucchini pickles.

 The Wednesday market is located in the Bank of America parking lot at 163 Clairemont Ave. between Clairemont and Church St. one block north of the Decatur Marta station and Ponce de Leon Ave.

The Saturday market is held at West Trinity Place and North McDonough Street, near Decatur High, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


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