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July 23 Market Newsletter: Take the Buy Local (Crossroads) Challenge

July 22, 2014

The BUY LOCAL CHALLENGE is an opportunity to pledge to eat at least one local, farm-fresh item everyday THIS WEEK! Celebrate BUY LOCAL WEEK at market tomorrow with raspberries, beets, plums, homemade pesto, apples, okra, leeks, green beans, basil, swiss chard, kale, zucchini, zinnias, peaches, peppers, garlic, melons, onions, fresh-pressed sugarcane juice, free-range meats & […]

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July 16 Market Newsletter: Fresh Apples in July!

July 15, 2014

Lodi apples are harvested in JULY at Kevin Tuckey’s Farm/Orchard in Biglerville, PA. Lodi’s are known as an attractive, yellow early-season apple with a sharp flavor, best used for cooking. But, who can resist just biting right into a freshly picked apple?! Even though they are tart, we found them to be delicious. This week […]

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July 9 Market Newsletter: Black Raspberries, Green Beans and RAINBOW Chard!

July 8, 2014

This week you’ll find black raspberries, cherries, beets, berries, green beans, basil, swiss chard, kale, zucchini, garlic, melons, sweet corn, onions, scallions, fresh-pressed sugarcane juice, free-range meats & eggs and baked goods! For lunch, we’ll have pupusas, tamales, taquitos, rosa de Jamaica and more! We’ll also have a smoothie demo with free samples. And, learn […]

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We Salute our Organizational Supporters!

July 8, 2014

Thank you to our fabulous organizational supporters and grant funders! AmerigroupThe Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz FoundationTown Creek FoundationMontgomery CountyPrince George’s CountyCity of Takoma ParkWholesome WaveWhole Foods MarketThe Community Foundation for the National Capital RegionAnd many, many generous individuals and local businesses!

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