Ring in the New Year with Snacks and Apps from the Worthington Farmers Market

Fresh Picks from our Veggie Spy Don't be fooled by the calendar! There's still plenty of fresh local produce at the Market as we approach January. And, there are still interesting finds like Tokyo Bekana cabbage. This cabbage looks like leaf lettuce, tastes a bit like spinach and is ideal for salads and stir fry. Tokyo Bekana is one of a handful of veggies selected to be grown on the International Space Station as part of research into astronauts growing their own food in space. Why? It grows well in that environment, has a high nutritional value and a taste that is...out of this world! You can find Tokyo Bekana at 9N Farms. (Due to equipment trouble, 9N will not be at the Market this Saturd

Worthington Farmers Market - The Merriest Market of them All!

The Veggie Spy is on Vacation The veggie spy returns next week...Just in time to help you discover the perfect veggies for those resolutions to eat more locally grown food in 2020! What will YOU discover at the Worthington Farmers Market this week?! #getfreshwithus #weproduce #worthingtonfarmersmarket #inworthington Stocking Stuffers? Done! Whether you're stuffing stockings or stuffing your oven with traditional holiday goodies, we can help you tackle that shopping list. Our farmers and artisan makers are sharing their bounty this Saturday with unique eats and treats - many ready for sharing and giving. And, one of the easiest gifts to share - the gift of fresh and local - is available with

Just 2 more Saturdays to shop the Worthington Farmers Market for the holidays!

The Veggie Spy is on Vacation Our veggie spy has traveled over the woods and through the snow to warmer weather for a couple of weeks! In the meantime, there are still plenty of cool season veggies to enjoy at the Market this week. Browse this handy guide of winter fruits and vegetables that are best enjoyed when they're at their peak during these short, cold days. Not all of these are grown in Ohio, but you'll find many - beets, kale, lettuce and celery root - at the Market this weekend! What will YOU discover at the Worthington Farmers Market this week?! #getfreshwithus #weproduce #worthingtonfarmersmarket #inworthington Fr

The Worthington Farmers Market is Back this Saturday!

Fresh Picks from our Veggie Spy Special Mushroom Edition! Although mushrooms are not veggies, they share many properties with veggies including versatility and nutritional value. That makes them honorary vegetables! Button mushrooms are what most of us familiar with, but there are at least 14 varieties of commonly used edible mushrooms. Mushrooms can be sauteed, grilled, used for soups or try adding them to your pot pies. Mushrooms have loads of antioxidants, B vitamins and fiber. Check out Tiger Mushroom for shiitakes, green oyster and yellow oyster mushrooms. While you're at their booth say, "hello", to Te’Lario Watkins, who at 11, is the youngest entrepreneur in the Market and started the

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