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Farmer's market brings farm-fresh products to Dallas
by Samantha M. Shal
sshal@neighbornewspapers.com
June 17, 2014 02:52 PM | 2026 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Staff / Samantha M. Shal<br>Trina Sylvester of Maxwell Farms points out her best seller, strawberry pineapple jam, at the Paulding County Farm Bureau Farmers Market.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal
Trina Sylvester of Maxwell Farms points out her best seller, strawberry pineapple jam, at the Paulding County Farm Bureau Farmers Market.
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Haley’s Garden offered a selection of onions and other produce.
Haley’s Garden offered a selection of onions and other produce.
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From left, Mark Davidson of Mark’s Woodcrafts shows Gwen Purcell of Acworth a selection of handmade wooden gifts.
From left, Mark Davidson of Mark’s Woodcrafts shows Gwen Purcell of Acworth a selection of handmade wooden gifts.
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Jordan Hembree, 8, daughter of Jason and Audra Hembree of Hiram, inspects one of the varieties of soaps offered by Euphoria Raw.
Jordan Hembree, 8, daughter of Jason and Audra Hembree of Hiram, inspects one of the varieties of soaps offered by Euphoria Raw.
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Chad Watson bags up Dickey’s Georgia Peaches for customers.
Chad Watson bags up Dickey’s Georgia Peaches for customers.
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Darlene English, who has been making soap for 15 years, arranges her display.
Darlene English, who has been making soap for 15 years, arranges her display.
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Saige McCray, 1, daughter of Euphoria Raw owners Davon and Wayne McCray, samples fresh goat cheese.
Saige McCray, 1, daughter of Euphoria Raw owners Davon and Wayne McCray, samples fresh goat cheese.
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The Paulding County Farm Bureau Farmers Market operates every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. through Nov. 20 at 4075 Charles Hardy Parkway in Citizens Square Shopping Center in Dallas.

The market offers a wide variety of locally grown, seasonable produce, fresh herbs,fresh fruits, eggs, local jams, jellies and relishes, locally baked breads, local honey, goat cheese and Pet milk, hand made soaps and lotions, and many other products. It also has two produce vendors who are Certified Naturally Grown producers.

For more information, call (770) 778-9053, email pcfbfarmersmarket@att.net, or look them up on Facebook.



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