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Happenings at Tremont Farmers Market December 4

Tremont Farmers' Market!
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Join us for the 
Tremont Farmers' Market  
Happy Hour HolidayMart with 

NOV 6-DEC 18 
2207 West 11th Street Cleveland, Ohio 44113
(216) 272-3560  

Everything you need for Good Eating!

Abby's Kitchen,  
Community Greenhouse Partners,
J&R Farms, La Bellaria Patisseries,
Godmother's Pizza,
 Kernels by Chrissie, MorningSide Farm,
Ohio Farm Direct, Plant Kingdom Bakery,

NonProfits & Sponsors:
PanCreatic Cancer Action Network
Neighborhood Family Practice
Second Hand Mutts
Cleveland Animal Protective League
Earth Day Coalition
Citi Roc Real Estate
Moms Clean Air Force

Godmother's  Pasta Sauces

 Marinara, Roasted Red Pepper & Spicy Roasted Red Pepper

Hand Made Breads
Transylvanian Rounds, Baguettes, Wheat/White Sour Dough loaves, Focaccia Bread & FocacciaRolled Breads 
green olive, tomato & pepperoni
Enjoy the flavors of the season with La Bellaria Pâtisseries homemade Fleur de Sel Caramels, hand crafted Caramel Apples that are approximately 150 calories and 0 Trans Fat and finally taste ourPumpkin Pie Bark - creamy Ghirardelli white chocolate, pumpkin, caramel, nutmeg and cinnamon all blended
for an irresistible treat.
Ohio Farm Direct
 100 % grass fed cheese

Eggs, Chicken, beef & pork!
Plant Kingdom Bakery
Organic chocolate chip celebration featuring Chocolate cherry Gluten free Hemp bars, Chocolate crunchy bars w/ cardamon and sea salt, And peanutty+chocolate lucious
 Abby's Kitchen
Red Raspberry Jam, Blackberry Jam,
Ohio Apple Jam and Concord Grape Jam!
MorningSide Farm is a Certified Organic Farm.
We have put into production, land that has been ignored by modern agriculture for over 50 years.  Consequently, it is free of all the common chemical compounds found on conventional farms today.
Cover crops are planted in the fall to stabilize the soil, sequester nutrients and add biomass to the soil.
The soil is fortified with compost made available by local horse and livestock farms.  It is further amended with naturally
occurring and organically approved minerals.
When available, we choose organically produced seeds.  In our greenhouse, we utilize locally created and organically approved potting soils.  Our trays and containers are manufactured locally. 
Heat is provided to the greenhouse via a wood gasification boiler that burns with 90% efficiency.  The wood is grown and cut on the farm.
We control weeds with crop rotation, plastic and compost mulch, and mechanically.  And when all else fails, painstakingly by hand.
We control insects and microbial pests with crop rotation, mulch, floating row cover, beneficial microbes and
organically approved biologically based agents.
Our crops are promptly harvested when ripe and delivered fresh.
At the Tremont Farmers' Market today:
Sweet Potatoes - Japanese and Common, Red and Yellow Onions, Parsnips, Carrots, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Fresh Ginger, Garlic, Kale, Mustard Greens, Napa Cabbage, Savoy Cabbage, Beets - Golden and Common, Swiss Chard, Spinach, Lettuce Heads, Salad Mix, Bok Choi, Tatsoi, Winter Squash, Watermelon Radish, Salad Turnips, Potatoes.

Weather Fairy
Holly Strano!
Every week our favorite weather fairy waves her magic wand and keeps us warm and dry at the Tremont Farmers' Market!
Check out your Tuesday shopping forecast at 


Starting in May of 2012, customers utilizing the Ohio Direction Card at participating famers' markets throughout Cuyahoga County can receive extra money or PRODUCE PERKS (in the form of market-dispensed tokens) towards the purchase of fresh fruits and vegetables.

To receive your PRODUCE PERKS locate the Customer Service booth at any of the 17 participating farmers' market and use your Ohio Direction Card to purchase tokens.

The farmers' market will provide a dollar-for-dollar match (up to $10) in PRODUCE PERKS tokens that can be used to purchase fresh produce from local farmers.

"Produce Perks" will be redeemable at all participating markets and will be available while supplies last.

How does this incentive differ from last year? Last year Ohio Direction Card customers were able to receive an extra $5 for every transaction they made for $5 or more at participating farmers' markets to use on all Ohio Direction Card eligible food items. The 2012 incentive is limited for use on fruits and vegetables only and starts with the first dollar you spend. There is no minimal transaction amount necessary to receive incentive tokens, therefore you can spend $1 and earn another $1.

For more information and to see which markets are participating, please visit:


Metrohealth is our title presenter!

We are proud to announce our new title presenter MetroHealth! Stay tuned for more information on our partnership!
Meet our new sponsor!

We are proud to announce our newest local and global sponsor Nissan! 

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