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Treat Your Dog at the Lloyd Farmers Market 

October 18, 2016

We are excited to announce that the Lloyd Farmers Market has partnered with Furever Pets pet supply just down the way in Sullivans Gulch to offer a bowl of fresh water and crunchy treats each market for your four-legged friend. We’ve always been a dog friendly market, and now we are showing it too! Whether you and your canine are Tuesday regulars, or making your first sniff around market, make sure to stop at the Information Booth for sip and snack for the pup in your life.

Of course we have plenty to please humans here at LFM too, and a stop by Kiyokawa Famiky Orchards for the seasons newest apple or pear addition is a great place to start. 

Find the last remnants of summer with some Flying Coyote Farm sweet peppers and Greenville Farms corn, or dive straight into fall with some wild harvested chestnuts and forest mushrooms from Bill at Nature’s Wild Harvest.

If you are looking to warm up try a bowl of Peruvian inspired chicken or vegatable soup from Chino at Kichana, or a fresh made to order crepe from Cafe de Crepe. A frosted pumpkin cookies, or slice of apple pie from Sweetheart Bake Shop is sure to help shake off the drizzle.

At Market Today:

Cafe de Crepe – savory and sweet crepes

Flying Coyote Farm – biodynamic produce, pastured chickens, eggs, soap, sauerkraut
Greenville Farms – corn, no-spray produce, prunes, jam, eggs, sausages

Intent Coffee Roasting – locally roasted coffee beans, hot and iced coffee
Kichana  – seasonal Peruvian food
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears

Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Mom’s Flower Farm (formerly Xiong Farm) – fresh cut flower bouquets; grown, harvested, and arranged all in the family

Nature’s Wild Harvest – chestnuts, fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey

Sweetheart Bake Shop – hand pies, cookies and cakes by the slice
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean salads, sides and dips.

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