Saturday, August 8, from 3-5 pm on the lawn in front of Mansfield Town Hall, 4 S. Eagleville Rd, Storrs.
This week at market...

Baker's Daughter, Mansfield
Artisan white bread, everything-seeded bread, cinnamon-raisin bread, 6" Pies, 6" lightly frosted vanilla cakes, gf/df chocolate cakes, raspberry-white chocolate scones, pecan pralines, cheddar cheese crackers.

Cobblestone Farm, Mansfield Center
No power, we'll see what we can manage. Tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, garlic and onions at least.

Dondero Orchard, South Glastonbury
Pies, cookies, breads, jams, pickles, cherry tomatoes, blueberries, corn, seasonal fruits and veggies.

Dragon's Blood Elixir, Woodstock/CLiCK
Artisan hot sauces and condiments, including the new Enchilada and the Enchilada Verde sauces.

Kindred Crossings, North Franklin
Lisa being at market is contingent upon their power being restored. She's supporting her freezers with a generator, but can't open them up until power is back.

(USDA 100% Grassfed Beef (no corn), Non-GMO Lamb & Pork. Pre-order your beef bacon & Keto Steaks (Tenderloin, Ribeye, Sirloin, NY Strip, Flat Iron). Lamb kebabs and boneless legs & shoulders are back. Hickory Pork Bacon! Burgers, bulk ground, chops, spareribs, kebabs, shanks, short ribs, bones & more. Variety of GFDF no nitrate sausages: Andouille, Maple, Chorizo, Hot Italian, Merguez, Sage Black Pepper, Sweet Italian, Bratwurst & Kielbasa.

MadMan Micros, Mansfield
No power, no sprouts.

PanDiosa, Tolland
No power, no baking.

Tobacco Road Farm, Lebanon
Salad greens, Swiss chard, kale, arugula, collard greens, cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, celery, potatoes, carrots, beets, garlic, onions, shallots, parsley, cilantro & basil. 

Varga Family Farm, Mansfield Center
Maple syrup, maple cream, local honey, whole chickens, seasonal vegetables. 

Willow Valley Farm, Willington
Also no power, but Spencer is amazing with all things mechanical, so they have a generator running their well = wash water for veggies. Sweet corn, tomatoes, green and red cabbage, fresh onions, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, carrots, green beans and kale.

When you come to market... please wear a mask if you can. Respect the six feet. Do not come to market if you are sick, think you may be sick, have a sick household member or have recently been in contact with someone who is sick. Bring small bills so we can make as few exchanges as possible. Don't handle food on display, we will gather up your purchases for you.
Thank you for helping us in keeping market running smoothly and safely.

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