What's Available at the Saturday Farmers Market?

It's open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. near Decatur High School.

Here's what you can purchase Saturday morning at the Decatur Farmers Market. It's held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. next to Decatur High School, at North McDonough Street and West Trinity Place. The Wednesday market is held 4-7 p.m. at Clairemont and Commerce.

The farmers market provided this information.

Tink's Grassfed Beef will have beef and pork at market tomorrow.

Watsonia Farms will have peaches, both  certified organically and conventionally grown, tomorrow.

Johnston Dairy might have milk tomorrow. I will post an update on the website and facebook when I find out.

Formaggio is back with regional cheeses, olives, goat milk yogurt and more delectable edibles.

Dumpling Girl will have delicious Ban Mi sandwiches dumplings, salads and cool drinks.

Nazifa's Bakery will be bringing some delicious hummus, baklava, dolmos, naan bread and other exotic delights.

Tomorrow our farmers will have figs, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, yellow squash, zucchini, parsley, dill, basil, carrots, dandelion greens, lettuce, onions,  and more fresh produce.

Mealor Family Farm will have Moon and Stars watermelons and sweet juicy brown turkey figs tomorrow.

Revolution Doughnuts will wake you up with coffee, teas and yummy baked goodies.

Goodness Gracious Granola will have their awesome locally made granola.

Zocalo will spice it up with their savory salsas and tamales.

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

Paradise Found Farm will be serving some fine pestos.

King of Pops will have chill popsicles for you too.

Anisa's Secrets will have spice blends and gourmet salts to spice up your lives.

The Funny Farm
will have figs, heirloom tomatoes, funny farm squash, flowers, pickled figs, bread and butter pickles, blueberry jam, blueberry jalapeno jam, zucchini pickles, pickled peaches, peach jam, lemon ginger marmalade and more goodness.

Capra Gia Goat cheese will be back at market tomorrow too.

The farmers market takes debit, credit and EBT cards. They double the value of SNAP benefits through the generosity of Wholesome Wave Georgia.


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