South Huntsville Living

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Food / Grocery

The Fresh Market
4800 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville AL 35802
(256) 880-9042

Farmer's Market at
Latham United Methodist Church
Every Tuesday May 7- October
109 Weatherly Rd, Huntsville AL 35803
(256) 881-4069
(see complete listing of farmers and products at the bottom of this page)

Publix Super Market
5841 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville AL 35802
(256) 650-2390

Publix Super Market
12796 Bailey Cove Rd, Huntsville AL 35803
(256) 885-0002

8404 Memorial Pkwy, Huntsville AL 35802
(256) 881-5696

Wal Mart Neighborhood Market
9020 Bailey Cove Rd, Huntsville AL 35802
(256) 705-4080

Super Target
2750 Carl T Jones, Huntsville AL 35802
(256) 650-3491

Wal-Mart Super Center
11610 Memorial Pkwy, Huntsville AL 35803
(256) 881-0581

Aldi Grocery Store
11909 Memorial Pkwy

Brown Farms Strawberries
corner of Mt. Gap and Memorial Pkwy
(256) 828-0710

Latham Farmers Market:

Farmers Market is Finally Here!
3pm-7pm every Tuesday, (beginning May7)
Jane Smith, Market Manager

The Farmers Market at Latham UMC will open Tuesday, May 7th, with a great line up of North Alabama farmers. The farmers have been affected by the cold and wet spring, they are about three weeks behind in planting and harvesting. Not all of the items listed below will be available on Opening Day, but we should have a full market in another two or three weeks.

The following farmers are excited to be a part of our market. All produce is raised on their respective farms. There will be no resale items at our market—only if you raise it, do you sell it.

Jimmy Sparks, Gurley: lettuce, kale, arugula, beans, peas, peppers, okra, squash, tomatoes

J.B. Turner-Turner Farms, Harvest: mustard greens, purple hull peas, melons, cucumbers

Russell Stackhouse-Whirlwind Farm, Geraldine: variety of vegetables, herbs, goat milk soap, eggs

Blanks Berry Farm, Albertville: blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, figs, jellies, jams, relishes

Buddy’s Tomatoes and Produce, Anderson: tomatoes, greens, corn, broccoli, grapes, salsa, humus

Sandlin Farm, Holly Pond: heirloom tomatoes, cabbage, beets, trays of flowers for planting

Tracy Hall, Huntsville: green leafy vegetables, potatoes, peas, beans, corn, okra

Spradlin Farm, Vinemont: collards, variety of fruits, baked goods, jams, pick-les, homemade ice cream

Champion Farm, Falkville: heirloom tomatoes, English peas, radishes, beets, onions, sweet potatoes

Talley’s Fruit Farm, Crossville: variety of fruits, cauliflower, snow peas, turnips, corn, peppers

Steve Carpenter, Tuscumbia: tomatoes, lettuce, beans, peas, corn, watermelons, cantaloupes

Isom Orchard, Athens: peaches, apples, pears, persimmons, grapes and a variety of vegetables

Brosemer Farm, Huntsville: cut flowers, hanging baskets, honey, jellies, plants and some vegetables

Christopher Joy, Huntsville: artisan breads—sourdough, oatmeal, honey, cinnamon, etc.
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