BANGOR, Maine — Three new Vendors have joined the Ohio Street Farmers’ Market, adding new, locally grown produce and products. The Hollow Maple Farm, owned by Rick and Diane Kelley of Etna offers Goat milk, cheeses, soaps, lotions and body butters, along with home made breads. Carrot Top Farm of Bangor, Ken Nagle and Denise Sears, sells organically grown vegetables. Cindy Ressler and the Blackhorse Cookie Company has home baked cookies, quick breads and pies, as well as other baked goods. The new vendors have joined in with last year’s A Stone’s Throw Farm of Newburgh. Paul and Christine Lipsky grows many varieties of organic vegetables, and also offers free range chicken eggs from their farm. Paul accepts WIC vouchers and checks. The market has been pleased to accept EBT/SNAP benefits market wide, enabling many people to purchase healthy foods for their families. Rolf Staples, Sr., Market Manager, says that additional vendors are welcome to apply for membership. For more information, call 973-3976.
Contact Name: Rolf Staples, Sr.
Telephone Number: (207)973-3976