There’s Always Something New at the Farmers Market in Fernandina


There's Always Something New at the Farmers Market in FernandinaMarch 21, 2015 brings Vermont Syrup, Goat’s Milk, Nate and Sassy’s Granola, fresh fish, and a massage therapist to the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market.

Among nearly 40 booths of fresh baked breads, seasonal produce, local honey and more,
Steephill Vermont Syrup comes only once per month to the market place. They bring Grade A Fancy, Medium Amber, Dark Amber, Grade B Dark, and fresh maple creme syrups as well as traditional soft or hard maple candies.

White Hawk Farms return this week with goat milk, chicken eggs and goat’s milk soaps. Fragrances change monthly, but Sweet Orange and Tea Tree, Lavender Oatmeal, Eucalyptus and Lavender, and Rosemary and Mint are some of the most popular. If the weather is nice, don’t be surprised if Andy brings baby goats to the Market Place.

Nate and Sassy’s granolas are made by hand, in small batches and slow-cooked to perfection. Try their samples if you can’t decide which delicious flavor to take home. The have Orange Blossom Cranberry, Dark Chocolate Turtle, Southern Peach Cobbler and a Marathon Endurance Mix, just to name a few.

Chesser Seafood will be bringing fresh fish, crab legs and crawfish as they become availalbe, but to make sure you don’t miss out on those tasty pink crustaceans you can pre-order your local shrimp from Debbie and Eddie at (904) 509-3337 or (904) 485-6853.

Sarah Harlow, of Harlow’s All Natural, is a Licensed Massage Therapist (MA 62382) and she is starting her own business here in Fernandina Beach. Sarah specializes in Swedish/Relaxation Massage with the use of hot stones and hot towels, Deep Tissue Massage using Neuromuscular, Trigger Point and Myofascial techniques and Energetic techniques, and balancing energy centers in the body by using Reiki, tuning forks and healing crystals. Visit Sarah’s promotional booth to learn more about massage for healing and bringing the body back to a balanced state by using physical and energetic techniques.

The farmers market is open from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, rain or shine. This is the final Saturday we will be accepting canned foods which will be used at Relay For Life, and then donated to Micah’s Place.