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Truck Farm Farmer’s Market Today March 4, 2010

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There is a new Farmer’s Market, starting today at the corner of Loop 360 and Bee Caves at Pots and Plants, also known as the Flamingo Nursery.  Here is the list of vendors for this market.

Truck Farm Farmers Market

@ Flamingo Corner

Confirmed Vendors:

1. Hillside Farms                 Produce

2. Bella Verde                      Lettuce

3. Green Valley                   Produce

4. Cypress Valley              Produce

5. 6J Ranch                          Grass fed Beef, Pork, Chicken, eggs

6. CKC Farm                        Goat cheese, Ice cream

7. Blue House Flower        Cut flowers, Seasonal produce

8. Renee Hillse                    Orchids

9. Texas Lavender             Lavender Products

10. Watson Farms             Organic Nursery

11. Design Your Dine        Entrees, Canned goods, Seasonal produce

12. Aunt Nita                        Prepared foods

13. Taco Deli                        Tacos

14. Kelly Jo Salsa             Salsa’s

15. Kalas Kuisine               Vegetarian food, hot sauce

16. Pillar Bluff Vineyard    Wine

17. Piece of Cake               Cupcakes

18. Hot Rockin Corn          Kettle Corn

19. Lori Hartman                                Produce & eggs

20. Kocurek Charcuterie Local meats, bacon, sausages

21. Texas Olive

22. Bastrop Cattle Co.       Beef

Pretty sure about these:

Flat Creek Estate               Wine

K Dubbs                                BBQ

Plum Creek Farm               Eggs, Honey

Spicewood Vineyard


4 Responses to “Truck Farm Farmer’s Market Today”

  1. Daphne Says:

    Just read about your no-grocery store idea and thinks it’s terrific. It’s too cold here for farmer’s markets in the winter, but I’m thinking a no-grocery all summer challenge might work. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Thanks Daphne! We have farmer’s markets year round, and more are popping up every week. Very soon, I think we’ll have one every day, which would be great! Gook luck to you, and I’d love to know how you do with a no grocery store all summer challenge.

  2. Thanks for the scoop on the new farmers market. We are lucky here in Austin!

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