Welcome Back, Belle’s Acres and J&J Kettle Korn!

Good-for-You Skin Care!

Belle’s Acres is back with nourishing goat-milk soaps and lotions! Located in Cecil County, Maryland, Belle’s Acres’ products are loaded with vitamins and nutrients. Their soaps are made with olive, coconut and palm oils and shea butter. They use steam-distilled essential oils or phthalate-free, skin-safe fragrance oils. Soaps produce a rich and creamy, gentle lather that leaves your skin smooth and soft. Lotions are made with jojoba oil and vegetable glycerin, are non-greasy and healing. Belle’s Acres goat-milk soaps and lotions are wonderful for treating the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis.

Authentic Hand-Popped Kettle Korn!
J&J Kettle Korn is popped in an open kettle with oil and sugar. It is salted to taste after it is popped, giving kettle corn its slightly sweet, slightly salty flavor. Unlike caramel corn, its flavor is not overwhelmingly sweet. J&J Kettle Korn uses mushroom corn kernels which pop larger, giving it that classic kettle-corn look. A portion of proceeds from all kettle-corn events are donated to charity.

Asian-Inspired, Fusion Cupcakes!
Ah, Twelve Baskets! With flavors like Azukies ’n Cream and Black Sesame Honey, who can resist the exotic combinations? Two cousins who love to bake, and whose grandmother instilled in them an appreciation for food and sense of heritage, have created a unique cupcake business. Their name is based on the Bible story of loaves and fishes…when five loaves of bread and two fish miraculously fed crowds of people, with twelve baskets of food left over. These conscientious bakers, grateful for the abundance in their own lives, give a portion of their profits to mission work overseas.

Playing at the Market Tomorrow…Tom Curtis, Jr.!
Singer/songwriter Tom Curtis, Jr., returns to Media Farmers Market! Check out more about this self-taught guitarist on reverberation.


For a complete list of Media Farmers Market vendors, click here!


See you tomorrow at the Market!

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