Holiday Markets at the TFM, November 15, 2012

Holiday Markets at the TFM!

Join us every Thursday (except Thanksgiving Day) until December 13 to do your gift and grocery shopping locally!

New craft & food vendors!

Community Booth

FOOD DRIVE  – for NETworks Cooperative Ministry and NET Food Pantry 

11/15 and 11/29 we will be accepting canned food items for these two essential Tucker resources.

Please bring canned items or dry goods that are within their expiration dates and do not require refrigeration. Of particular need are pop-top canned goods (that do not require a can opener); individual serving microwave containers of foods like macaroni and cheese; fruit/jello/pudding cups that do not require refrigeration; and individually wrapped snack crackers, granola bars, trail mix packs. These items will go to NETworks, while other canned and dried goods will go to NET Food Pantry, who accepts powdered milk, rice, noodles, beans, soup, spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables-fruits-meats, crackers, peanut butter, jelly, grits/oatmeal, toilet paper and bar soap.

We know how generous our TFM community can be! Thank you in advance for your contributions!

Upcoming Events

November 22 — Thanksgiving Day! No market, but will resume November 29.

November 29 — TFM resumes each Thursday through December 13.

December 6 – Christmas on Main Street

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All Vendors

Produce

Straight From the Backyard

We are a small acre farm that practices sustainable agricultural methods, located outside of Loganville, Ga. We grow a large variety of vegetables; some are heirloom while others have only been available for a few years. We believe that having fun in cooking and incorporating new varieties in our diet is key to healthy eating. We hope our vegetables allow you to explore flavors from other cultures, countries and even varieties from our own country that have nearly become extinct.

Sunshine Farms

From Monroe, GA, tomatos, brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, onions and more!

Mama J’s Hydroponic Produce

Mama J’s Produce is a hydroponic greenhouse growing local, pesticide free lettuce and herbs. Started in 2009 in Cartersville, Georgia, Mama J’s is owned and operated by a mother and son team, Carol and John Jerauld. Concerns about the safety of the food her family was eating sparked Carol’s interest in locally grown, pesticide free produce. John is challenged by the technological aspect of growing healthy food and preserving the environment in the process. By combining these interests, Carol and John have started what can truly be called a “locally grown family farm”.

Meats

Happy Hogs

From conception to consumer, our happy hogs are naturally grown, raised by hand and Mother Nature, free of antibiotics and steroids, and humanely handled resulting in the finest available fresh pork products.

Wagon Wheel Ranch

This 200-acre family farm operating 14 miles south of Athens for 40 years. We raise antibiotic- and hormone-free, all natural, grass fed, grass finished, free range, Black Angus cross bred beef.

Milk & Honey

Capra Gia Cheese Company

Artisanal goats milk products (and eggs!)

Castle Rock Honey

Castle Rock Honey offers to customers raw honey products and beautiful blingware.

Baked Goods

Nona Rosa’s Kitchen

offer hand-made Italian cookies called Pizzelles to boutique shops and specialty purveyors in the Atlanta, GA metro area. Our Pizzelles come in a number of flavors and patterns, are light and crispy and a perfect accompaniment to wine tastings, home dinner parties and more.

Dr. Sweet’s Cake Emporium

Gluten- and nut-free cakes, cookies, brownies, and more, with options for soy, dairy, or egg free, too.

The Cake Crate Company

Specialize in an assortment of mini gourmet pound cakes. Great gifts!

Bella’s Best Organic Gourmet Cookies

We always use the purest, finest, ingredients. They are 100% natural, organic and baked fresh to order. We are kind to you and gentle to the earth, using earth friendly packaging, composting, recycling and even organic gardening as integral aspects of our operation.

Nazifa’s Bakery

Delicious hummus, baklava, dolmos, naan bread and other exotic delights.

Pastas, Nuts, Grains & Seeds

Pure Bliss Organics

Artisan granola, energy bars, and nuts that contain only clean, certified organic real food ingredients like whole grains, nuts, fruits and natural sweeteners. From Marietta, GA.

Tia’s Chia

Chia juices and chia-based gluten free goodies. You can also find Jennifer’s Pesto here!

Garlic Clove Foods Whole Grain Pilafs

Offer healthy, delicious and quick cooking meals based on whole grains, legumes, vegetables and other healthy ingredients.

Prepared Foods

David’s Garden

David’s Garden grows and processes just like grandmother…great tasting and healthy Pickles, Chow Chow, Soup Base, Mixers, Sauces and more!

Zara May’s Handcrafted Fudge

100% All Natural Fudge available in three flavors, Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Chocolate with Toasted Pecans. As Healthy as Fudge can be!

Beverages & Refreshments

Java Genesis

Offer 2 ounce ($2 each) and 16 ounce ($14.50-15.50) bags of whole bean and ground coffee and fresh brewed, ready-to-drink coffee. All of coffee roasted within 24-48 ours of market day to ensure peak freshness.

Mo’Mint & Thyme

All-natural, Caribbean-inspired fresh mixes (including Mo’ Mint Mojito Mix) and marinades; Organically grown mints and other fresh-cut culinary herbs from our Marietta, Ga garden.

Bath & Home Products

KeZmine Naturals Healing Bath Bars

Tiffany’s Soy Candles

We offer a variety of richly scented hand-poured candles made from EcoSoya wax which is made from 100% pure soybeans- and natural botanical oils. We also carry fragrant wax melts, reed diffusers, air fresheners & soaps

Just Butter

100% Shea Butter.

Crafters

Shulamite Girl Designs Jewelry

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