Michigan Goods Available:
Produce & Plants: apples, garlic, corn, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, peppers, melons, garlic, summer strawberries, summer squash, blueberries, raspberries, spinach, kale, broccoli, scallions, cherries, nectarines, peaches, herbs, bok choy & a variety of Asian produce, cauliflower, cabbage, greens, lettuce, radish, potato, chard, onion, turnip, leeks, arugula, mums, hay bales, pumpkins, cut flowers & more.
Food: apple cider, honey, dressings, sauces, marinades, frozen falafel, pasties, conventional & grass fed meat, farm eggs, baked goods, artisan cheese & bread, jams, kettle corn, dog treats & more.
Hand Crafted Goods: hand crafted soap, jewelry, mittens made from recycled wool sweaters, personalized table ware and bins, personal care & household products, aromatherapy & more.
Know your farmer. Know your food!
Each week, look for food safety tips, MDA, USDA & Canton Farmers Market guidelines or a farmers/vendor highlight so you can be aware while shopping at the Market!
- Does an egg producer selling shell eggs at the farmers market need to keep those eggs refrigerated?
There are no specific requirements for egg producers selling directly to a consumer or a first receiver. Maintaining eggs at 45°F for safety, cleaning eggs and packing eggs in clean, properly labeled containers is recommended. Distributors of farm eggs are required to keep the eggs refrigerated.
At the Market, Parran's Farm sells their own eggs, Pure Pastures sells eggs from a local farmer and Boyer also sells their own eggs.
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