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In Season: August 10, 2013

Neighborhood

Live Music and hot lunch every week at Fulton Street!

This week we have music from Nik Thomasma at 8:30 and Brett Hoerner at 10:30 at the Market. Along with, as always, prepared food from 3 Good Dogs, The Pita Pitastop and What The Truck!

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THE FEED

Your favorite peak season produce is waiting for you! Come see what August has to offer!

/Joe Lesausky - FSFM Assistant Manager


 /Joe Lesausky - FSFM Assistant Manager

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Newly In Season:

Tomatoes (Small Quantities)
Leeks
(Early) Apples
Tomatillos
Many pepper varietes
Carrots
Potatoes
Beets

Coming Soon:

Melons
Tomatoes (Large Quantities)
Peaches (Peak Season/Red Havens)

Get it Before It's Gone:

Currants
Greens

Currently at the Market:

Eggplant
Sweet Corn
Heirloom Tomatoes
Green Beans
Peaches
Plums
Apricots
Okra
Blueberries
Raspberries
Red Currants
Fennel
Celery
Sweet Cherries
Basil
Sunflowers
Tomatoes
Broccoli
Summer Squash
Pickling Cucumbers
Cucumbers
Scallions
Carrots
Radishes
Rutabegas
Kohlrabi
Swiss Chard
Onions
Parsnips
Turnips
Potatoes
Lettuce
Spinach
Greens (Arugula, Swiss Chard, Kale)
Plants
Perennials
Herbs
Meats
Beef
Chicken
Pork
Lamb
Eggs (Duck and Chicken)
Dairy
Cheese
Milk
Ice cream
Butter
Bread and baked goods
Honey
Jams, Jellies, Mustard, Salsa, Ajeeka
Maple syrup
Granola
Coffee/Tea (loose-leaf!)
Hand Made Pasta


FultonStMarket

The Fulton Street Farmers Market has provided local produce to the City of Grand Rapids for over 80 years. The Market is located in the Midtown Neighborhood and is operated by the Midtown Neighborhood Association. The Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department provides this venue offering produce, flowers, meat, eggs, and local handmade items as a service to the residents of Grand Rapids.

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