Friday, October 1, 2010

Information for anyone wanting to sell baked goods at the Market!

Many people want to know if home baked goods can be sold at the market. Due to some recent changes in Georgia Law, I am happy to report that the following homemade goods can be sold: Jams, Jellies, Cakes, Cookies, Bread, Pies, & Honey.

There is no requirement for a commercial kitchen or any special permits or licenses. All items should be labeled with Name of item, Name/address/ph# of person who made the item, & a list of ingredients.

The Department of Agriculture has made this exception for non profit markets such as ours, in order to help us help our community prosper.

We want to encourage any of our bakers in the community to come out and set up a booth to sell home baked couldn't be easier!

The following products may be sold only with proof that the vendor has met specific State & Federal laws & regulations: Eggs, Meat Products, Dairy Products, Organic Products, Low acid/Acidified foods (canned vegetable, pickles, salsa, etc).

As always, vendors who intend to prepare & serve food on site must comply with local Health Department rules & regulations.

Please just give us a call if you have any questions.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Next market day is August 14th!

The next market is tomorrow August 14th from 8:30AM to 12:30PM.

We look forward to seeing everyone there!

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Next Market Day is July 31st!

Its so easy to sell your home grown veggies at our community market. Since we are starting late in the season, we charge only $10 to set up a booth. That $10 goes directly back into our market to make it better.

If anyone has home grown veggies, plants, flowers, or home made crafts to sell, please give us a call. We have a relaxed atmosphere in which to sell or shop.

Our next market date is Saturday, July 31st. Hope to see you there!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Grand Opening was a great success!

Dusty the Clown provided music & artistic tatoos for our visitors.

Touch of Heaven Farm served up fresh produce & homemade jams & jellies! Mayor Ron Garrett, Councilman LC Gates, and Nancy Jones stopped by for a visit.

The Willis family & staff member, Aerodell McCoy

The Marina Family served Carroll Farms Peaches.
Market Staff member Jason Evers and market visitor Lexi. What a great weekend for our city of Woodbury! The Grand Opening of the market was a huge success. Thanks to all of the visitors who came out to support our community and a big thanks goes out to those who have donated so generously to help us make it all come together.
Most of our fresh produce was sold out at the beginning of the day!
Our sincere thanks to the following:

Our friends at Cedar Rock Farms... our venue will soon be covered with green grass!

Timothy Echols & Woodbury Dependable Auto Repair, 301 Dromedary St, Woodbury

Woodbury Pharmacy & Radio Shack , 18126 Main Street, Woodbury
Don & Nancy Gibbs & Woodbury Baptist Church for allowing us to borrow tables/chairs when needed.
Mayor Ron Garrett & the City of Woodbury

Buddy Robinson & Value Concepts Inc, Lawrenceville, GA
Lion's Den Portable Toilets, Senoia GA
David, Kay, Brett & Ryan Williamson.
Bryan, Amanda, Brysan & Aivasian Marina

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Donations start coming in from supporters of the market!

The opening of the Olde Woodbury Farmers Market is just around the corner. A local resident, Brett Williamson, stopped by the site in order to make a donation. Many thanks from the Market Committee. Pictured are Brett Williamson (donation in hand!), Committee members Donna Robertson , Jason Evers, Aerodell McCoy & Vicky Matthews

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