Archive for March, 2020

Strong and Mighty, Your Market Stands

Written by Aimee Blinder, CFM Committee Member

In this unique shared experience, maintaining even the smallest of things you can count on become valued anchors. Coppell Farmers Market (CFM) remains here for our community and our vendors, offering nourishing foods and a small sense of normalcy and comfort.

Under the existing state of disaster city ordinance all farmers markets are deemed a “viable grocery option” so we are able to remain functioning with certain...   | Read More

Pre-Order Info + Accepted Forms of Payment

** CUSTOMERS MUST READ COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE MARKET. **

SNAP Benefits Accepted. Ask market staff where and how to run EBT cards.

Veggie, Fruit & Flowers

Winona Orchard- Accepting credit card, cash. Taking preorders at winonaorchards.com, choose Coppell Farmers Market pick up.

Highway 19 Produce & Berries – Accepting cash, check and credit card. Inquire about preorders and prepayment at...   | Read More

OPEN with Precautions in Place

Coppell Farmers Market Operational Standards during COVID-19 Public Emergency.

The City of Coppell considers the CFM to be a valuable source of fresh produce, meats, dairy and other local staples and hopes be in a position to support this service through this uncertain time.

Photo By Abigail Paxton Photography

To continue providing this service, the Coppell Farmers Market will adhere to the following recommendations from the City of ...   | Read More

What’s Fresh March 14

Vendor List and Site Map

Celerey+Broccoli+*

Broccolini+Cauliflower+*Purple Cauliflower*Scallions+Brussels Sprouts*

Cut Flowers

RanunculusAnemone

Beets +Turnip+Radish+Carrot+Potatoes+

Plants

Veggie Seedlings

Cabbage+Micro Greens (sunflower,...   | Read More

Pasture- Raised Eggs

Image and Recipe from Cookie and Kate

It’s peak egg season! Visit Livestock First Ranch, Rehoboth Ranch, or Weathertop Farm at the CFM to find pasture-raised eggs.

Farmers and ranchers at the Coppell Farmers Market take pride in raising their laying hens on pasture, and this time of year they are bringing an abundance of eggs to sell. One might ask “What does the term “pasture-raised” mean?”

Watch the short film The Story of an Egg to learn...   | Read More

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