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Press Release – Kalamazoo Foods Market Opens

December 14, 2010

From a Kalamazoo Foods Market Press Release…..

New Farmers’ and Baker’s Market Offers Another Option for Locally Produced Food

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Kalamazoo has a new place to shop for local foods and baked goods during the winter months. The Kalamazoo Foods Market, located at 1156 South Burdick St. (southwest corner Crosstown and Burdick) runs Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market will be open every Saturday excluding major holidays. Parking is available adjacent to the building.

“As supporters of locally grown food, we wanted to create a venue where the public can connect with vendors to buy food products produced in or near Kalamazoo,” says Kavan Geary, owner and operator of the Kalamazoo Foods Market. “With the closing of the Bank Street Market for the season, we offer a convenient downtown location for people to get products from many of the vendors they already know. Market vendors include producers of baked goods, produce, meats and handcrafted foods.”

Kalamazoo foods market features more than 25 food entrepreneurs with unique, freshly created   products. Products represented include: ice cream; chocolates; greenhouse raspberries; specialty breads and muffins; gourmet cupcakes; regular and gluten-free cookies; granola; cakes; pies; biscotti; grass-fed, chemical free beef and pork; buffalo; goat; chicken; lamb; chicken and duck eggs; tamales; salsa; honey; preserves; vegetables; fruit; and more.

At the Kalamazoo Foods Market, vendors bake, grow, assemble and sell their own food products. Resale of commercially available products and the sale of non-food items are prohibited.

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