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Time to Order Local Food!

It’s time to order from the South Cumberland Farmers’ Market

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South Cumberland Farmers’ Market
931-592-3399 (no voice mail)


Market News

TURTLE RUN FARM will not be on the market this week but will be selling cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, zucchini, and yellow squash outside on Tuesday.
SOLACE FARM announces several new soaps, including a Rosemary Bergamot bar and an alpaca fleece-wrapped bar, and a variety of multiple-bar discount packages available (Christmas will be here all too soon). Look for additional goat milk soaps coming soon as well. Also available, strawberry plants! Plant them now for big, vigorous plants next spring.

MARTINEZ VEGETABLES is thrilled to be able to offer homegrown fruits and vegetables to the customers of the Cumberland Farmers’ Market. All our produce is field grown and sun ripened. We are a small family farm striving to provide ourselves and our customers real and delicious produce. This week we are offering heirloom cherry tomatoes, jalapeño and Serrano peppers, tomatillos, heirloom South American winter squash, and several varieties our popular watermelons and cantaloupes. The melons are spectacular this year. Be on the lookout for several other types of hot peppers, heirloom melons, and much more in the coming weeks. Gracias!

GINGER’S PRODUCE is also new to the Cumberland Farmers’ Market this week and excited to offer their peaches and cream corn. Our corn has done very well this year and it is delicious! We look forward to putting a wider variety of produce and plants on the market in the future!
WHITE CITY PRODUCE AND GREENHOUSES announces that Fall CSA registration is now open through August 31st.
DOGWOOD FARM BAKERY will not be on the market next week but will return the following week.
The envelopes on the side of the kitchen ’fridge are for mailing your checks for left-behind orders. Please, please DO NOT SEND CASH in the envelopes. This is for your protection. Thank you.
If you would like your market order delivered, please contact Rachel Lynch. E-mail: or phone 931-598-0774.

Payment of all CFM orders MUST be made in advance of Tuesday’s delivery. Checks must be mailed in time to be posted to customer accounts before closing of market ordering on Monday. Mail checks made out to CFM to Kir Strobel, 744 Timberwood Trace, Monteagle, TN 37356.
Before you order, be sure you see the little shopping cart. If you do not, log out and log in again. If this fails, turn off your computer completely and start again. This includes ordering from smart phones.

If you want to leave a comment for a grower, be sure to put it in the “Leave comment for grower” area in RED beneath the item you’re ordering. Placing comments in the market manager section will not be seen by the growers.
Don’t forget…
If you do not receive an order confirmation within 5 minutes, your order has NOT been placed in the system. E-MAIL OR CALL US to get the problem solved so you will not be disappointed on market day.

Please remember the market closes at 10 a.m. on Monday; therefore, your order must be completed and placed, and you should be signed out of the software.

Order pickup begins on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
If you have any questions, please call (931.592.3399, no voice mail) or e-mail ( us.

Kir Strobel & Linda Boynton
Market Co-Managers


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