Scranton’s South Side Farmer’s Market will open a drive-thru where customers can pick up pre-orders on Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to noon in the People’s Security Bank parking lot, 526 Cedar Ave.
When picking up orders, someone will take customers’ information on arrival and put the orders in the trunk. Customers are asked to stay in the car.
Contact these participating vendors directly to pre-order goods:
Quails R-US Plus, 192 Cochecton Turnpike, Honesdale, has fresh eggs, chicken, pork, sausage and other items available to order. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or message the business on its Facebook page, Quails R-US Plus. Include your name and cell phone number with the order.
Barnyard Cider, 14003 Upper Maple Drive, Clarks Summit, is selling three 22-ounce bombers for $25 or five mix-and-match 22-ounce bombers for $40. For more information, email email@example.com or visit @barnyardcidery on Instagram or Facebook.
No Bull Ranch, Cedar Avenue and Alder Street, Scranton, has a variety of pork products and BeeKeeper’s Daughter honey for sale. Orders must be place by Friday at 8 a.m. To pay, visit https://squareup.com/store/nobullranchllc.
Bagged greens from George’s Farm, 728 Three Lakes Road, Harford, will be available while supplies last. To order, email Kimberly2233@gmail.com, text or call 570-533-3752 or message the farm on Facebook and include your name, email and phone number with your order.
Canned Classics is selling items such as applesauce, bread and butter “Zickles,” chunky chili sauce, corn relish, salsa, green beans and more. The cost is $7 for one jar, $20 for three jars and $72 for a mixed or same-product case. To order, call Gail Scaramuzzo at 570-241-2014.
For more information on participating vendors, visit South Side Farmer’s Market on Facebook.
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