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Highlights, Vendors, Events and more. Downtown and Sunset Valley - Sat. May 22
Welcome and please enjoy either of our two markets this Saturday, 9AM to 1PM: Sunset Valley, located just across from the Toney Burger Center, at Sunset Valley Elementary, and Downtown Austin at Republic Square.

Downtown: Visit Happy Hendrix Farms and see their beautiful bounty of different eggs. They offer duck, chicken, goose, and quail, plus all their eggs are free-range and GMO-free. And depending on what you’ll prepare with those delicious eggs, stop by Beba's Phresh Salsa for their very flavorful salsas. Their salsas use traditional and authentic Mexican recipes and including tomatillo, mild and hot tomato salsa, and jalapeno. All perfectly fresh! But then don’t forget to pamper and revive yourself with the variety of body rubs, herbal teas, and candles from Namaste Nature.

Sunset Valley: Hemp 360 offers plant based whole body products for both men and women. Stop by and visit and hear the story of their dedication to making their array of products that support good health. Priverno Farm is bringing their fresh tomatoes, peppers, onion, and elephant garlic, all great for a week’s worth of delicious cooking. If you haven’t visited Teximo Comfort Foods and you love salmon, wait no more! Their smoked salmon is delicious and ready to eat. They offer several varieties including their original recipe, Korean bbq, as well as other smoked flavors.

SFC Farmers' Market match SNAP, WIC and FMNP benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! Visit our website for more information on which vendors will be at market, what products are in season, and more.
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We're Hiring!
We are looking for part-time associates to assist at our Double Up Food Bucks booth on Saturday's at our SFC Farmers' Markets, as well as a paid intern to assist with a National Organic Program standards research and planning project with our Farm Viability staff.
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