DOUBLE YOUR FOOD STAMP DOLLARS!!
SNAP EBT cards will now be accepted at both our East Bank and West Bank locations.
The German Coast Farmers' Market Match Program (sponsored by the United Way) will also begin on 6/17/20. Shoppers with SNAP benefits can bring their EBT card to our Market Welcome Booth where a staff member will swipe their card for the amount they would like to spend. The SNAP customer will be given $1 in Market Match tokens for every $1 spent at the market using their EBT card (up to $20 per market day). Tokens can be used to purchase
any SNAP eligible products available at the market and have no expiration.
Saturday, July 11th
BB Epoxy LA - handmade clocks, cutting boards, wall art, tables, shelves, signs, craft lumber
Bees Are My Business - honey, honey butter, fruit flavored honey butter, creamed honey butter with pecans and cinnamon, honey soaked walnuts, pickled items, fruit, vegetables, eggs, honeycomb, a variety of cakes and breads, dehydrated fruit, candles, wax melts (preorders: 504-451-8091)
Bob's Produce - potted pineapple plants, pepper plants, succulents, grapefruit, herbs
Camellia Kitchen - brownies, cheesecake, lemon blueberry bread, decorated cookies, cookie cakes, cinnamon rolls, banana nut bread (preorders: 504-388-0783)
Cox's Meat Market - a variety of steaks, ground beef, brisket, pork chops, ribs, smoked sausage, andouille, fresh chicken (local free-range grass-fed beef and free-range chicken), rubs, tasso, BBQ specials (preorders: 985-536-2491)
Danny's Salsa - salsas, jellies, mustards, pickled quail eggs, sweet pickle slices, candied jalapenos, chow chow (preorders: 337-517-7397)
Fleur Dough Lis Bakery - a variety of fresh artisan bread (preorders: 504-338-3206)
Hello My Name Is Salsa - mild, medium, hot, and crawfish boil salsas, homemade tortilla chips, beignet chips, churro chips, hot sauces, lemonade, iced tea (preorders: 504-344-9846)
Homegrown Produce - a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, honey
James Zeringue Vegetables - a variety of seasonal vegetables, eggs, honey (preorders: 504-329-5046 & 504-416-1285)
Jefferson Seafood Shack - fresh shrimp, crabmeat, oysters, seafood sausage, stuffed artichokes, crab salad
Jenny's Sweets - banana nut bread, creamy pralines, sweet potato pies, pecan pies, peach cobbler bread, pear walnut bread, zucchini bread, lemon pound cake, creamy coconut cake, lemonade cake, blueberry lemon cake, wedding cake, sugar free peanut butter cookies, sugar free lemon pound cake (preorders: 504-915-4031)
J'Qulines Corner - banana pudding, infused water, fresh juice (no sugar added) (preorders: 504-401-1911)
La Petite Sophie Patisserie - a variety of French pastries (preorders: 225-328-3340)
Mama Mary's Kitchen - pepper jellies, fruit jellies (flavors include blueberry honey & mayhaw), fruit jams (flavors include peach and peach & habanero), sweet heat jalapenos/pickles, plants, edible juniper plants
Mangia! (eat) - iced coffee, mocha whipped iced coffee, almond biscotti
Mississippi Flint Candles - hand poured soy wax candles
NOLA Blends - barrel aged balsamic vinegars, olive oil infused with flavors, marinades, dips, dipping sauces, grilling sauces
NOLA Tamales - New Orleans style beef hot tamales, tamale balls, chicken and andouille gumbo, Mexican 7-Layer dip (preorders: 504-884-7909)
Plantation Kettle Corn - kettle corn, pastalaya, jambalaya, white beans, butter beans w/shrimp, cracklins (preorders: 985-212-9393)
Pound Cakery 31 - 3 varieties of pound cake by the slice and whole cake
Story Produce - a variety of fresh vegetables & fruit, jams, honey cracklins
T & R Dairy Farm - fresh milk, butter, eggs, cheeses (yellow cheddar, white cheddar, habanero, jalapeno, tomato basil, gouda, brie) (preorders: text to 601-248-3600)
Things N Stuff - jams, jellies, marmalade, preserves, casserole carriers, bowl cozies, oven mitts, potato bags, tortilla cozies, skillet handle covers (preorders: 504-606-3381)
***vendors may be subject to change***
To Our German Coast Farmers' Market Customers
In an effort to continue operating our weekly farmers' markets and give our loyal customers access to the essential items provided by our vendors, we have implemented some changes to the market in order to keep our customers, as well as our vendors safe. These are just a few of the changes that we have implemented:
- Our Market Coordinator is constantly monitoring our patrons to ensure everyone is social distancing and there is no overcrowding in any area of the market.
- All vendors are required to wear a mask and gloves.
- All vendor booths will be placed at least 6 feet apart.
- Customers must form a single line at each booth and leave at least 5 feet between yourself and other patrons.
- Our vendors are trying to decrease your wait times by bringing in extra staff, as well as packaging items as grab-and-go. You may want to get a vendors name and contact information to pre-order items for the following market to reduce your wait time.
- All vendors will have hand sanitizer and use gloves when coming into contact with any food items.
- Vendors will not be offering samples at this time.
- There will be no outdoor seating and dining tables.
As always, we ask our vendors and customers to stay home if they are feeling ill. Thank you for
your continued support of our market, we will continue to share our vendors' essential items with you as long as we can.
-The GCFM Board