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Time to Order for the May 16th Market!

Open May 16th For
PREORDERS & PICKUPS ONLY
The Dunwoody Farmers Market will be open May 16th for pre-orders and pick-ups only. Place your orders directly with the below participating vendors. Pick-up your orders from our market manager on Saturday between 10am and 12pm at the new temporary market location:

Dunwoody United Methodist Church
1548 Mount Vernon Rd
Atlanta, GA 30338


Questions? Running late? Call 404-919-4422

This week we're welcoming My Elderberry Fairy! Check out her syrups and fire ciders!

Deb-Bees Honey
- check out the website www.deb-Bees.comto see all the local honey and honey products. Then text Deb at 770-241-2853 with your order. 

Ecosystem Collective - Order fresh, local produce by Friday at 12pm - bit.ly/field2yourfork

Great Harvest - Purchase breads & goodies online by 2pm Thursday. At checkout, choose a pick up location of Dunwoody Farmers Market. Ordering link is:  https://www.getfreshbread.com/shop

Grow With The Flow - Local, certified naturally grown produce, including lettuces, spinach, greens, squash, onions, beans, peas, and more...Place your orders by Thursday at 10am-  https://www.growwiththeflowllc.com/shop

Nonna’s Family Kitchen- taste some of the freshest most authentic sauces and entrees from Nonna Anna. Bringing the taste of Italy from their table to yours www.nonnasfamilykitchen.com/store

Nuttinbut Biscotti - Homemade, fresh biscotti cookies made to order - Order from the website nuttinbutbiscotti.com by 5pm Wednesday. Email nuttinbutbiscotti@gmail.com or text 678-451-7365 with any questions.

JavaGenesis Coffee Roasting - Place your order online by Friday at noon at https://javagenesiscoffeeroasting.com/ choose ‘pick up your order’ and leave a note in the comments that you will pick up at the Dunwoody market. Call or text 678-773-0932 with any questions. 

Lola’s Sugar Pie Bakery - Order from the website www.lolassugarpiebakery.com by Wednesday. Select the shop tab at the top of the web page to locate the items you would like to order. If you cannot find what you are looking for or have questions, call Lola at: 678-743-1456.

Lalos Sauce- Local sauce producer, using fresh and all natural ingredientsOrder cutoff is Saturday at 6am-  lalossauce.com 

Marlee Street Eatz - Order Chicken Salad (Traditional or Curry), Samosas (Spinach & Feta, Potato, Curry), Jamaican Patties frozen only (Beef, Chicken, Veggie), Potpies ( Chicken, Chicken & Sausage Gumbo), Coconut Rum Cake from Facebook ww.facebook.com/Marleestreeteatz or text Marlene at 954-895-7763

Pastry Shells - Order fresh cookies by Wednesday at Midnight

https://pastryshells.net/product-category/cookies/dunwoody-farmers-market/

Pet Wants Sandy Springs- Orders can be placed on the website, email, text or call.  

www.PetWants.com/SandySprings    fhopper@petwants.com    470-632-3635  

Cut off for ordering will be the Friday prior to market @ 4pm.  

TruBlue Pound Cake - Order by Tuesday by going to the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TruBluePoundCakes/ (where the flavor and price list is pinned to the top of the page) and send an email using the  'send email' button OR email directly at trubluepoundcakes@gmail.comPlease specify you are a Dunwoody Farmers Market customer.

Watsonia Organic Farms- Order organic asparagus & strawberries by Friday at 12pm, https://squareup.com/store/watsoniafarm

Happy Hermit Candy - Order handmade pralines and other goodies from www.happyhermitcandy.com by Fridays at 5pm. Please specify that your order is for pickup at DFM.

Nisha's Flavors of India - Order amazing Indian food by visiting www.nishasflavorsofindia.com or calling 786-390-1923 by Friday at 5pm. Please specify that your order is for pickup at DFM.

My Elderberry Fairy - Order health boosting elderberry syrups and fire ciders at https://www.myelderberryfairy.com/ and specify pickup at DFM in your order. Please order by Thursday at 5pm. 

Please note: vendors will not be onsite

We sincerely appreciate your continued patience and understanding as we navigate this challenging time. 

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