Farmer's Market

Commodities available 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Saturday at the Georgia Farmers Market, 1150 Fifth St. Prices and availability of produce are subject to change.

For a complete list and prices, call (706) 721-3004 between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday. Several farmers accept WIC coupons, and some vendors accept EBT.

Apples (box) $24-$26;

avocados (box) $48-$52;

bananas (box) $20-$21;

beans, lima (bushel) $24-$27;

beans, pole (bushel) $35-$37;

beans, snap (bushel) $35-$36;

broccoli (14-count) $19-$21; cabbage (50 lbs.) $18-$19;

cantaloupes (crate) $16-$18, (each) $2-$3;

carrots (50 lbs.) $21-$23, (48-1 lb. bag) $19-$20;

celery (box) $28-$30;

corn, green (crate) $20-$21;

cucumbers (box) $18-$20;

eggs (case) $38-$40, (half-case) $21-$23;

grapes (lug) $20-$21;

greens, collard (dozen) $16-$18;

greens, mustard (dozen) $16-$18;

greens, turnip (carton) $18-$19;

herbs (carton) $12-$18;

honeydews (box) $15-$16;

kale (carton) $16-$17;

kiwis (box) $12-$13;

lemons (box) $27-$28;

lettuce (box) $18-$20, romaine (box) $24-$26;

muscadines (20 lbs.) $26-$28;

mushrooms (cartons) $15-$16;

okra (half-bushel) $22-$24;

onions, green (box) $21-$22, dry (50 lbs.) $16-$18, Vidalia (10 lbs.) $10, (5 lbs.) $6;

oranges (box) $19-$20, navel (box) $23-$24;

parsley (carton) $23-$24;

peaches (half-bushel) $17-$18;

peanuts, dry (50 lbs.) $43-$44, green (bushel) $45-$46;

pears (box) $25-$26;

peas, white acre, unshelled (bushel) $22-$24;

peas, pink eyes, unshelled (bushel) $22-$24;

peas, zippers, unshelled (bushel) $22-$24;

pecans, in shell (pound) $3.50, shelled, (pound) $7;

pepper, banana (half-bushel) $15-$18, bell (11 /9 bushels) $13-$15, hot (half-bushel) $14-$16;

potatoes, baking (box) $22-$23, Irish (50 lbs.) $23-$24, new (50 lbs.) $23-$24; sweet No. 1 (40 lbs.) $24-$25;

radishes (box) $14-$16;

rutabagas (50 lbs.) $27-$29;

watermelons (each) $3-$5

 
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