|BOTANICAL BUBBLES |
Sherri will return to the market this week with her line-up of household and body products. Botanical Bubbles will have all the favorites plus seasonal scents like Heaven Scent [Honeysuckle], and Dandelion Honey Thyme. Also, with the start of spring, Sherri will have the return of her all-natural, great smelling Bug Off! bug spray.
|BRIA AND LATELLA’S ITALIAN AMERICAN DELI & KITCHEN |
George will return to the market this week with all the dishes you’ve come to know and love from Bria & Latella’s.
|CONEBELLA FARM |
Pam will return to the market this week with Conebella’s selection of dairy products. All of their dairy products are made from the fresh Ayrshire milk produced on their Chester County family dairy farm. Conebella has over 40 products, including aged cheeses, cheese spreads, cultured butter, fresh mozzarella, cheese curds, yogurt smoothies and Greek yogurt. Their newest featured cheese curds are Onion Chive. Preorders are always welcome at www.conebellafarm.com prior to 6 pm Tuesday.
|CRUSTY DELIGHT |
Eric will return to the market this week with his loaves of sourdough bread, fresh fruit scones, and pizza dough. To pre-order click here.
|FORGEDALE FUNGI |
Forgedale Fungi will return to the market with their farmed and foraged specialty mushrooms. This week they feature Shiitake, Grey Oyster, Lionsmane, and limited quantities of Golden Oyster and Pioppino.
|KOMBUCHA BLISS |
Kombucha Bliss will return to the market with their selection of kombucha. Featured flavors this week are: Strawberry Rhubarb (using local organic rhubarb), Grape with Fig Leaf, and Lavender Berry. Pineapple Ginger and Dragonfruit will also be available for purchase. $6 each. 2 or more for $5 each. Feel free to return bottles as they can be sanitized and reused. Preorder requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your invoice can be paid online or upon pickup.
|LINDENHOF FARM |
Axel will return to the market this week with Lindenhof’s usual beef, chicken, lamb, pet food, pot pies and eggs.
This week Lindenhof features fresh pork chops (thick and thin), fresh pork roast, and a few fresh spare ribs. Additionally, they feature fresh chicken, ground turkey, and plenty of eggs.
Go to lindenhoffarm.com to place your pre-order for beef, pork, fresh chicken, duck, lamb, and eggs. Pre-orders are requested to be in by Tuesday at noon; however, Axel is offering on-site sales for the market as well.
|NEW-BEE RANCH |
New Bee Ranch is excited to see you at Oakmont! As always, they will have local, raw honey, organic beeswax body products including hand salve and so many fun candles, fresh ferments, and of course lemon curd and the first strawberry jam of the season- in three varieties.
Pre-orders are encouraged, but NBR will bring the complete product line to the market on Wednesday. Send your pre-orders by direct messaging Rachel through her New-Bee Ranch social media pages or send an email to email@example.com. Pre-payments can be made through Venmo to @newbeeranch
|PHILLY PHOODS |
Philly Phoods will return to the market this week with their locally grown microgreens. This week they feature Broccoli Sprouts, Rambo Radish, Dunn Pea, and Black Oil Sunflower Microgreens. Each is $2.99 per OZ or a 3oz clamshell $8.99 Try all 4 Microgreens 12 Oz for $28. They will also have sunflower and pea shoot pesto!
|PLANTSTATION PASTA |
PlantStation Pasta will return to the market this week with four varieties of pasta. This week they feature their newest product, Star Pastina. As it is in limited supply, customers are limited to one bag both online and in-person. Pre-orders will open on Saturday beginning at 4:00 pm and close on Monday at 4:00 pm.
|SALVATERRA’S GARDEN |
Salvaterra’s Garden will return to the market this week with their locally grown produce. This week they feature spring mix, spinach, arugula, baby chard, swiss chard, green kale, tuscan kale, collards, red and green pak choy, red leaf, grean leaf, romaine lettuce, parsley, dill, cilantro, radishes, hakurei turnips, and scallions.
|TWO BUDDING FLORISTS |
Two Budding Florists will return to the market this week with their locally grown flowers and arrangements.