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Marian University Farmers' Market

Marian University Farmers' Market at The Indy Cycloplex!

Every Thursday running July 10-September 25, from 5-8 p.m.

Vendors

Dips and Spreads by Me and Dippy McGee

Herbal Teas by Humboldt County Tea Company

Crockpot Meals and Sausages by U Relish Farm

Honey Products by Wildflower Ridge Honey

Fruits and Vegetables

Sweet Corn by My Dad's Sweet Corn

Meat, Poultry, Eggs, and Cheese by Skillington Farms

Breads, Tarts, French Crepes, Cookies, made fresh by Pastries Chefs

Homemade Herbal Soaps and Lotions by Body Eclectic Skin Care
Fresh-Vegetables

For More Information


Contact Max Jackson at 317.752.9747 or mjackson860@marian.edu, for additional information about the market or to become a vendor. 

SNAP/Food stamps: Food stamps were renamed the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP in 2008, the goal of the program is to help recipients maintain healthy diets by making relatively expensive items like fresh fruits and vegetables accessible to those with low incomes. Applying for SNAP in some states requires pay stubs, housing information, utility bills, child support orders and bills for child or elder care. SNAP is administered by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. These benefits are for food; They do not cover items like pet food or toiletries.

WIC: The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children helps prevent or decrease premature births by supplementing the diets of pregnant women. It is also available to mothers of infants and children up to age five. WIC pays for essential items like milk, eggs and baby formula. WIC benefits are often distributed as specially-designed checks and may be used for alimited list of foods. That’s why, in some cases, families receive both WIC and help from other programs, like SNAP. WIC recipients are required to learn about pre-natal nutrition and breastfeeding.

EBT: Electronic Benefits Transfer cards are a federally-funded payment option offered at participating stores. SNAP distributes funds for purchasing food via EBT cards. EBT cards are more dicreet because of their resemblance to debit cards.

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