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Farmer’s Market

Posted on Friday, October 26th, 2012 at 10:59 am
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Farmer’s Market is committed to delivering canned products with the quality and taste you’d expect to find in your favorite produce at your local farmer’s market. Farmer’s Market features 4 delicious savory canned products, which include pumpkin, pumpkin pie mix, sweet potato puree, and butternut squash. They begin with 100% organic produce. Then they puree it and can it in BPA-free cans. Farmer’s Market believes you deserve to know exactly what is in your food. That’s why they never add any additives, preservatives, or flavors, except for their pumpkin pie mix, which includes all natural spices and seasonings. Remaining true to their USDA Organic labeling, all of Farmer’s Market’s produce is grown without the use of pesticides, chemicals, or synthetic fertilizers. Their foods are minimally processed to maintain optimum flavor, nutrition, and quality.

The Farmer’s Market website includes several recipes for all of their products. Visit the official Farmer’s Market website for information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Farmer’s Market products range in price from a little over $1.50 to around $2.50 for individual cans. Farmer’s Market operates out of Corvalis, Oregon.

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