Adriana will return to the market this week with her antibacterial, biodegradable, easy to clean, and beautiful beeswax wraps.  The wraps are available for pre-order on their website here.  During the online order please be sure to write a note during check-out that says, “Oakmont 5/13 pre-order pickup.”
Peg will return this week with her wonderful produce.  She will be bringing asparagus, red, green and Bibb lettuces, lettuce mix, spring onions, chives, rhubarb, Swiss chard, kale, potatoes, thyme, mint, and dog goodies.  Customers can choose from pre-packaged produce, as Peg is not accepting pre-orders.  Please note that Blueberry Hill is a cash-only vendor.
Liam and Kimmy will be bringing pre-orders to the market on Wednesday.  Clifford Family Farm is currently harvesting head lettuce, radishes and veggie and herb plants. Customers can place pre-orders via a new ordering site here.  Please note, users do have create an account to log-in and should choose pick-up location as Oakmont Farmer’s Market. Pre-orders are requested by Monday evening.
Pam will be returning to the market this week with Conebella’s delicious cheeses and butters. Pre-orders and pre-payment are strongly encouraged, but additional dairy products will be available.  Products available for pre-order include cheddar and colby cheeses, cheese spreads and curds, yogurt smoothies, Greek yogurt, cultured butter and fresh mozzarella.  Please order through Conebella’s website and indicate pickup at the Oakmont market or email your order.  Invoices will be emailed and payment accepted through Venmo or Paypal.  Pre-orders are requested by 9pm on Tuesday evening.
Deer Creek Malthouse is returning to the market this Wednesday with all pre-ordered products.  This week they are featuring a malted cornbread mix, seasoned with malt and Old Bay spice.  Beer bread mix, made with yeast dregs from Deer Creek Malthouse Ale, and Malty Granola are sure to round out your week’s meals. With any grain/flour ingredient purchase of $20 or more, customers get a free bakers yeast.

Customers can pre-order all-local grain and malt ingredients for the weekend brew or bake.  The cutoff for pre-orders is Tuesday at 3pm. Customers can pre-order at Deer Creek’s online store and upon checkout can select Oakmont Farmer’s Market as the pickup location.  Call (717)-746-MALT or email here with any questions. 
We are excited to welcome Fili Kale to the market for the first time this week.  At the market, Mary will be introducing her newest flavor of kale chips: Bakon.  It tastes just like real bacon, but is meatless.  Customers can view a product list via their website here. Large containers of kale chips cost $18 and small ones are $5.  Customers can pre-order by emailing Mary here to make sure the flavor you choose is available for you.  Mary will then e-mail an invoice by which customers can pay by credit card or Venmo.  Alternatively, she will accept cash at the market.  
Nancy looks forward to returning to the market this week.  She will bringing her special graduate gift bags which will include pretzel bark, crispy bark, a pretzel rod diploma, one dipped jump marshmallow with sprinkles on a graduation cap stick, two-pack of dipped sandwich cookies with a grad cap charm, eight-pack of caramel pretzel bites, two grad themed lollipops, $10 gift certificate, an invitation to special “grads only” virtual event with a chance to win prizes, and other fun surprises.  This $40 gift is sure to make your 2020 grad smile!

Heavenly Sweet Chocolates will offer a selection of Chocolate Pretzel, Crispy, and Triple Berry barks for your immediate enjoyment. HSC are happy to make up other items; however, please contact Nancy via email by Monday and she will bring your pre-order to the market.  Nancy requests pre-order and pre-pay- no cash sales please.  Call or text to order and pay at (215)-421-2321.
Axel will be returning this Wednesday to bring his much-loved meat selection.  All customers are strongly encouraged to place pre-orders, as Axel will not be bringing any extra meat to select at the market.  Customers can order through Lindenhof’s website and pay through Venmo (@axel-linde-1) or leave a check or cash in the payment box on the table.   Customers may also call with credit card information. Pre-orders are requested by Tuesday at noon. Though Lindenhof is trying to keep their website as up-to-date as possible, email Axel for specific questions about items.  Orders are fulfilled on a first come, first serve basis, as supplies are somewhat limited. 
MyHouse is excited to start another season at the market.  To embrace the season, Marie will have early spring favorites- Strawberry Rhubarb pie and a featured asparagus quiche. The featured quiche makes an excellent addition to your table with the pairing of tangy goat cheese and grassy notes of the locally grown asparagus. 
Customers can pre-order via e-mail and pay at the market with exact change or credit card.  Items available for pre-order include savory pies, quiches, pies cookies and scones.  For product list and pricing please click here.
Patrick will be returning on Wednesday with his flavorful artisanal salts and pickles.  Though Patrick will offer on-site sales, he will also have the following items available for pre-order: Classic Dill pickles, Lime Tarragon pickles, Zesty Habanero pickles, Curry Caraway Ginger pickle chips, Turmeric Fennel carrots, Pickled Okra and a new item-  Spicy Giardinera.  He will also have Triple Wood-smoked sea salt, Brittany grey salt with herbs  de Provence, Curry Caraway Ginger Sea Salt, Charred Pine Salt, Himalayan Pink Salt with Chili Blend. 

Customers can pre-order and pre-pay at New Road Brinery’s website. Customers should choose Oakmont Farmer’s Market for pick-up at check out.  Pre-orders are requested by Wednesday at noon. 
Sue will return to the market this week with all her maple goodies and syrup.

Customers can pre-order and pre-pay via her website here, as well as through email, Facebook or phone at (215)-234-9334.  From Facebook, customers can access Ridge Valley’s online store as well by selecting “Shop Here” under their profile picture. Sue will also have product available for sale at the market. 
Vituperio will be joining us at the market for the first time this Wednesday.  This week the bakery features an online sourdough class for beginners, which includes a kit.  More information about the class can be found here. Customers can pre-order bread on Vituperio’s website here for pick-up at the market. 
Brent will be at the market this Wednesday with WoodsEdge alpaca and llama clothing, as well as their honeys and beeswax candles.  Additionally Brent will bring their all natural Alpaca Dryer Balls- the sustainable alternative to dryer sheets & fabric softeners. How do WoodsEdge Alpaca  Dryer Balls work you ask? It’s simple. They bounce around in the dryer separating clothes, allowing  more hot air to circulate through all the garments. As they tumble, the balls fluff your laundry, and reduce wrinkles. They do so much more than a dryer sheet by pulling moisture out of your clothes so you don’t have to run the dryer as long. The more dryer balls you have in a load, the shorter the drying time will be. A maximum of 3 dryer balls per load is recommended. Natural colors will vary.

If you wish to pre-order and pre-pay, please email Brent here.