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Welcome Hood Hills Farm today at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

July 10, 2018

Today we welcome a new farm to the Lloyd Farmers Market – Hood Hills Farm, a certified organic farm located in Sandy, Oregon! Today they have pastured chicken, farm-made sauerkraut and early summer veggies. They’ll have organic pastured eggs starting next week.

Of course, berry season continues in full force today, with many varieties of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. Stop by and pick up a pint, half flat or flat from Unger Farms, Valley Berry Farm or Greenville Farms.

Our live music season continues today with blues/ragtime guitarist Ken West. Ken will be playing from 11am to 1pm.

See below for more photos and a full list of vendors here today. See you at the market!

Bliss Nut Butters – fresh and locally crafted peanut, cashew, sunflower, hazelnut and almond butters
Cafe de Crepe – savory and sweet crepes
Central City Coffee – fresh drip, pour over and cold brew by the cup and small batch roasted coffee beans by the bag
Greenville Farms – no-spray strawberries, blueberries, marionberries, raspberries, produce, jam, eggs, sausages
Hood Hills Farm – certified organic produce, chickens, sauerkraut
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – sweet and sour cherries
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, honey
Portland Ashwagandha Farm – tinctures of Ashwagandha and other locally-grown medicinal plants
SMALL Baking Co. – fresh-baked cookies, savory and sweet hand pies and quick breads
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Udan Farm – certified organic heirloom vegetables and fruits
Urban German – homemade and fresh grilled bratwursts and frankfurters, schweinbraten (pig roast), German potato salad and Bavarian pretzels
Unger Farms – Albion strawberries, Tulameen raspberries, Obsidian blackberries, and Spartan blueberries
Valley Berry Farm – Albion strawberries, raspberries, marionberries and Duke blueberries

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