New Barberton Farmers Market Block 7 Parking lot Downtown Barberton  Across From McDonald's

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    July News at the Barberton Farmers’ Market


There is a $25 a day limit on the use of food stamps/PEBT cards at the Market as of July 1. However, the number of tokens returned will be doubled. So a person converting $25 food stamps/PEBT  into tokens will get fifty  and will have $50 of buying power at the Market.  You don’t have to live in Barberton to shop at the Market.  Ask for Kristy, the SNAP representative. The tokens do not expire.


On July 14th, a food truck run by Johnny Lote will be at the Market. The  specialty of this vendor is (cooked) corn on the cob, called Street Corn, embellished with tangy mayo, rolled in crumbled cotila cheese, finished with smoky chipotle spices and fresh squeezed lime. There are various options. Prices range from $3-$9.


July 21, the Market should be selling freshly picked corn on the cobb from local growers. The Market also features a complete line of baked good, jam, jellies, apple butter, natural peanut butter, honey, home made  

barbecue sauce, pickles, popcorn, ribs, hot dogs, jewelry, shirts, plants, garlic cookies and much more. Bob Hurbean, the market manager, maintains a Barberton Farmers’ Market face book page and a wsbsite    and keeps them updated as changes happen. The hours are 2-7 PM every Tuesday at Block 7, across from McDonald’s at W. Third and Tuscarawas in downtown Barberton.