Local Bounty Update

| June 20, 2017

Managers Note


Good morning Local Foodies!

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!

Save the date July 29th ( Saturday )

Customer appreciation day! Stop by to meet your Farmer, Baker and Crafter!

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

July class is in the works. If you have a particular class you’d like to see at Local Bounty please email us, call or let us know when you’re in the market.

We still have just a few raffle tickets. Buy a ticket for $10 and get the chance to win a $500 gift card to Local Bounty.


Veggies in stock:

Kale (Hettle Farm)

Romaine lettuce (Hettle Farm)

Cilantro (Strawberry Hill Farms)

Garlic scapes (Kempf Acres )

Green garlic (Kempf Acres )


Later in the week:

Beets (Hittle Farm )

Carrots (Hittle Farm )

Greens (Hittle Farm )


Buckeye Country Creamery has restocked!

Drinkable yogurts: blueberry, raspberry, strawberry and vanilla.

Milk in half gallon jugs: whole milk, buttermilk, cookies and cream, strawberry milk, and chocolate.

Stop in to try one of their flavored milks or drinkable yogurts.

Lap it up Kombucha tea has restocked!

Strawberry Jalapeno, Lemon ginger, blueberry Cardamom and vanilla chai. Now available in brown growlers.

As always we thank you for your support!

Best thoughts,



Vendor Updates


Flying Pig Farm

Have you tried grilling our chicken wings? I simmer them first for a few minutes on the stove, then grill over a low fire and baste with our favorite BBQ sauce until nice and crispy. It’s amazing how juicy and flavorful they stay on the inside!


Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

We will be bringing sourdough bread, blueberry pies, and strawberry jam filled cookies to Local Bounty this week. We also have lots of eggs from our free range and pastured chickens. A big thank you to our loyal customers! We appreciate your business.

The McGraws


Mullet Apiaries

Mullet Apiaries – The “dearth” begins at the end of June. This is when there is little nectar and pollen available out there for honeybees. You might notice more bees on your tomato, cucumber and squash flowers now as they are trying to find whatever sources they can – pollinating your garden in the meantime! Many beekeepers who want honey will be taking their honey supers off their hives at this time and then checking and treating for varroa mites, a ubiquitous parasite that can greatly weaken a hive, lessening the chances of a colony living through the winter. We have honey in all size containers available for you at Local Bounty. Try combining a red wine or raspberry vinegar with a little honey to taste and a smidge of sunflower or olive oil for a light tasty dressing for those fresh greens. Thanks for your support!


As Always Thank You For Your Support

The Local Bounty Vendors


Local Bounty Coshocton, Inc.
22951 S.R. 83 N. Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-1400 – We’re also on Facebook!


Store Hours:
Tuesday – Friday 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“Coshocton’s only year-round farmers market.”

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