There is a new market in town every Saturday morning from 10-4pm at Tropical Park Miami and it's very promising with local and seasonal products you won't find in stores. The address is 7900 SW 40 Street, thanks to Annick and her friends !
You can find us every Saturday at Legion Park on Biscayne and 64th from 9-2 pm, and this fine local farmers market runs all year. In Orlando, the busy Homegrown Local Food Coop with hundreds of members has joined.
In Coral Gables, the by now famous Urban Market at 300 Aragon has tons of local products plus they are chef driven. There also is an artisan market which takes place every first Saturday of the month across from them at Coral Gables museum.
We also offer the crackers and our organic specialty breads in Coconut Grove on Saturdays as well as in selected stores and through online orders.
In Miami Shores Allison offers our products and there is warm Crackerman bread every Thursday afternoon. Check it out, they have lots of local purveyors and serve as a comunity connector in a great way. theVillagestand.com
In Boca Raton our friends at myorganicfoodclub.com have our crackers, breads and much more .
We locally find great Kamut based breads at The Grateful Bread, at 927 Northeast 125th Street, they do stone ground organic breads, pita and carry our crackers. We also share the same source for organic stone ground wheat and Rye.
Thanks go out to Ellen Kanner, a stellar food writer who introduces us in her Huffington Post blog, www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-kanner.
The daily candy blogspot wrote a song for us, something new, just don’t make me sing it, www.dailycandy.com.
Q: How should I store my Crackerman breads and crackers ?
A: We recommend to store the breads in a closed plastic bag in the refrigerator and reheat the slices between 10 to 15 seconds in the microwave or toast them to your liking. The German says they need organic butter......
The shelf life refrigerated is up to eight weeks, frozen breads will keep up to one year.
The crackers are best kept in the resealable bag they come in. Keep the bag closed in your pantry, our Southern humidity would make them soggy within a few hours. Shelf life for those is up to 3 months.