Thursday, September 25, 2014

Madison City Farmer's Market

It's always a good time to hit up a farmer's market - fresh, local, and often organic! Since 2007, Madison City has been the place for tasty, locally grown foods. Also find lovely handmade cards sewn from recycled materials, handcarved wooden cutting boards, and brilliant tie-dye wear.


The Wandering Photographer
Madison City Farmers Market can be found next to Trinity Baptist Church (1088 Hughes Road, Madison, AL) close to the border of Huntsville and Madison. Hours are Saturday mornings, 8am - noon, April through September, and 9am - noon, October through November.
  • Wide variety of fruits and veggies
  • Offers both fresh produce and locally made prepared foods
  • Buy local!
Find more information about the Madison City Farmers Market:
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A few of my favorite vendors:

Whirlwind Farm hail from Geraldine and can be found at the Madison City Farmers Market, along with the Lathum and Bailey Cove Farmers Markets.
  • Sustainably grown
  • No chemicals!
  • Non GMO and heirloom breeds
  • Unusual varieties of veggies, such as tatsoi
  • Nice, knowledgeable people
Find more information about Whirlwind Farms:
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Mason Dixon Bakery can be found at 9009 Memorial Parkway SW, Suite F
Their hours are Mon - Thurs 10am - 6pm, Fri 10am - 7pm, Sat 10am - 5pm
They can also be found at the Madison City Farmer's Market, Greene Street Market and other venues around town.

  • Gluten free bakery
  • Very allergy friendly
  • Delicious cupcakes - try the Cookie Monster
  • Sugar overdose
  • Offers paleo and vegan fare
Find more information about the Mason Dixon Bakery:  
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The Hummus People can be found at the Madison City Farmer's Market, Greene Street Market, along with other farmer's markets and Juice Bar Huntsville.
  • Very healthy, no oil!
  • Flavorful without being overly salty
  • Cool people
Find more information about The Hummus People:
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Love farmers markets? Also check out my visit to Greene Street Farmer's Market

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