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Happenings at Tremont Farmers Market February 19

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Join us for the
Tremont Farmers' Market
PoPup Shop
(an experiment in support of Healthy Choice CornerStores)

Tuesdays 4-7pm Feb 19th thru March 26th
2406 Professor Avenue Cleveland Ohio 44113

Everything you need for Good Eating!

Abby's Kitchen,  J&R Farms & Mackenzie Creamery


J&R Farms offers the freshest meats and eggs that contain no antibiotics or hormones. Feel free to download the price sheet and place your order for pickup at the Tremont Farmers' Market every Tuesday from 4-7pm.
Call Justin or Roseanne Burkholder at 419-207-0500.

Dozen Brown Eggs $3.00
NO NO Bacon $5.25 lb 
Mackenzie Creamery
We are an artisan goat cheese producer focused on providing our customers with high quality traditional as well as unique goat cheeses. Our cheese is made from the finest ingredients, the purest milk, award-winning recipes and with love. Our vision is to promote the awareness of the benefits of goat cheese as a natural and healthy food source. Locally produced and handcrafted, our cheeses are 100% hormone free. Bon appétit!

fresh chevre, which comes in 12 flavors
& two aged cheeses -bucheron and camembert
Abby's jams and jellies are made locally using locally grown fruit. They are made in small batches using only fruit and sugar, cooked until the natural fruit pectin, sugar and heat react to create the perfect gel, set but not firm. The full line of jams and jelly is available at Eddy Fruit Farm in Chesterland and the Raspberry Jam can be purchased at On the Rise in Cleveland Heights, Park Place in Peninsula, and at Lucky Penny Creamery in Kent. Local farm suppliers are Eddy Fruit Farm in Chesterland and Rosby Berry Farm in Old Brooklyn. Both Farms are u-pick farms and offer GREAT local products! 


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:

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