Lettuce Eat Well Farmers' Market
      on Cincinnati's west side
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Our Vendors and Their Products
All produce is organically grown.  Although not all the farms and orchard are certified organic, they use only organic methods.


Below is a list of our vendors.  You can Eat Well and Live Well through making your food and gift item purchases from local growers and food and non food artisans. 


We currently have space available for vendors.  If interested, contact Mary the Market Manager here: 

lewfmlocal@gmail.com


Abundant Green Pastures Ranch provides superior quality 100% grass fed beef from their herd of Red Devon heritage breed cattle.  100% grass fed means you can be assured it  is NON gmo.

They also provide pastured pork, which is NON gmo.

My Personal Walk-In Freezer, an innovative program from  Abundant Green Pastures Ranch, offers customers bulk meat prices without the need of a home freezer.  To learn more about how this program works, visit their website or email them.

Mike and Deb of Abundant Green Pastures Ranch attend market the 1st Friday of each month; except, they will be at market June 28 instead of July 5.

abundantgreenpasturesranch@gmail.com

https://www.abundantgreenpastures.com/

 

Howie Zuefle, Verdure Landscaping 
Howie collaborates with Shagbark  Seed & Mill in Athens, Ohio and Carthage Mill in Carthage, Indiana to bring to our market the much sought after regionally grown grains and beans:  buckwheat, oats, spelt, popcorn polenta/grits, pinto beans and more.  Most are heirloom and/or organic.

Howie also sells native plants and shrubs, along with other plant starts from his nursery, and consults with clients on design and implementation of native plants.  Ask him about developing an edible landscape on your property.

zueflehd@gmail.com


Kelby Bowers Fermenting

Kelby has an astounding amount of knowledge and experience fermenting a wide variety of foods.  He shares his knowledge freely with customers, teaching them the basics of fermenting in an easy to understand way.

Kelby also sells fermenting supplies, making it easy for customers to begin fermenting foods at home.  

kelby@ktbgraphics.com



Mary of Learning to Live Sustainably, a General Mercantile Vendor, sells products from numerous local producers, thus freeing up the farmers/producers to spend their time producing.   

Products include:

Locally grown peaches, apples, and pears when seasonally available 

Breads from
Sixteen Bricks Artisan Bakehouse, 1st & 3rd Fridays

Local, raw honey from Bee Haven

Mt. Kofinas Olive Oil bottled in Cincinnati by the Semertzides family.
 
  

Bottled Vinegars from the Mt. Kofinas Olive Oil folks.

Our Harvest Cooperative (OHC): 
Produce
Herbs
Marinara Sauce, tomato sauce, and diced tomatoes.

Eden Urban Gardens, USDA Certified Organic Farm:
Produce
Herbs
Wild Edibles

Turner Farm, USDA Certified Organic Farm:
Produce

For a full list of produce and when they are available, call Mary (513) 481-1914 (no texting).   Or email

mary.learningtolivesustainably@gmail.com
 




Hello LEWFM Shoppers!

On this page is a listing of our vendors and their products.

All produce at our market is organically grown, and is NON GMO.  The eggs and meats are pastured and are NON GMO. Our offerings are the freshest, best tasting and locally/sustainably grown available. This is what sets us apart from grocery stores.

Part of the fun of shopping at a farmers' market is to see what foods are seasonally available.  Shop at our farmers' market first and you might not even need to go to the grocery store.   

We also offer information about how to Eat Well and Eat Local Year Round.  Just ask when you come to market, or email or call Mary  LEWFMLOCAL@gmail.com (513) 481-1914.
Added Features:

We now accept Food Stamps (EBT Ohio Direction Card) and Produce Perks (double up food stamps for produce).  Prior to making your purchases simply bring your EBT Card to the Market Management Booth for processing.


Kids & Krafts with Charles Purdue, where the kids can have loads of fun, allowing parents to peacefully and  leisurely enjoy the market.  Even kids who hate going to the grocery store love coming to our market so they can hang out at Kids & Krafts (beginning at about 4:15).


Although cash is preferred, the following vendor accepts credit cards also: Kelby Bowers Fermenting.

All food vendors accept the Ohio Direction Card (formerly known as food stamps).
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