It’s time for fresh fruit and vegetables


By Christine Bryant
Staff Writer

Nearly two dozen vendors from throughout Ohio will offer seasonal produce and other specialty items at this year’s city farmers’ market.

Reynoldsburg’s farmers’ market will once again take place on Thursdays from June 18 through Sept. 10 at Huber Park on Davidson Drive, but this summer will have new operating hours.

On opening day, June 18, the farmers’ market will be open from 3-7 p.m. After opening day, regular hours will resume to 3-6 p.m.  on Thursdays through Sept. 10.

However, market organizers have added a “Third Thursdays” event where on July 16 and Aug. 20, the market will remain open until 7 p.m.

Buy fresh Ohio grown produce and locally made food items in the park while enjoying educational clinics, entertainment, and special drawings.

The market features a variety of products, from honey and flowers to vegetables, fruits and baked goods. Some of the food available at the market could include: sweet corn, squash, peaches, green beans, brownies, honey, berries, cucumbers, Asian vegetables, peppers, cookies, quality meats and cheeses, potatoes, beets, tomatoes, and pies.

Not all the produce will be available at the same time, which means there will be something new to choose from each week as items come into season and are harvested.

The Reynoldsburg Farmers’ Market is registered with the state of Ohio and is a member of the Farmers Market Management Network and Ohio Proud, the marketing program for the Ohio Department of Agricultures’ Division of Markets. The association assures consumers that at least 50 percent of the products they buy at the Reynoldsburg Farmers’ Market are grown, raised or processed in the state of Ohio, according to the city’s website.

For information call (614) 322-6806 or visit

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