The City of Ozark holds first fall farmers market

Published: Oct. 5, 2021 at 4:22 PM CDT
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OZARK, Ala. (WTVY) - The Ozark Farmers Market has been a favorite summertime supplier of locally grown produce for many years, and now, the city of Ozark has decided to extend its availability.

On Tuesday, the city hosted their first Fall farmers market, hosting vendors from local farmers and bakeries, to florists. Vendors say this is extra help for their businesses and the opportunity to offer customers their Fall favorites.

“Because you do get different produce in the Fall. There are a lot more Fall squashes and things like that which actually for our business. We use some of those Fall squashes in making our pumpkin butter and our Fall flavors. We do a maple sweet potato butter which is something that you really don’t find in the summer. So with our business, we do everything seasonally and it goes along with the seasonal vegetables that you get from our local farmers,” said Mary Throckmorton of Throckmorton’s Table.

The farmers market will be set up every Tuesday from 2:30 until 5:30 at the downtown Ozark Amphitheater.

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