Tips Poster (PDF & PNG)
Tips Recipe Card (PNG)
Cover Graphic (PNG)
Community Question (PNG)
*Blog Post Template (Word Doc)
*Social Media Planner (Word Doc)
*These are word docs, if you need a different format, please let me know!
When you purchase this set you'll be sent a Customization Questionnaire. Please fill this out and return to me so your set can be customized to your market or business. Approximate wait time after your survey is returned is up to 3 days.
PS: When I get through my list of popular market products, I'm planning on updating all sets to include a Spanish version as well as a set of kids activities for each topic. Your purchase today ensures you'll get a free update when it's released!
NOTE-All of the docs and information in this set are available on Once Upon A Thyme at the preview link above. You are welcome to use them freely, however, they are branded to my shop so please do not alter them and provide a link back to either OUAT or www.danelahiggins.com. The purchase of this set will get you customized docs and photos to share so all information points back to your website or social media accounts.
What is the Market Fresh Tip Series all about? As a former farmers' market manager, market vendor and now a farm shop owner, promotion and information about the types of fruits and veggies that are available is important. If you are immersed in growing-you are pretty familiar with your seasonal produce yet your customers may not be.
Tips in this series highlight some basic yet important info such as health benefits, best time to find the produce, what to look for, useful tips, how to store and quick and easy ways to enjoy market fresh finds. These can be printed and distributed at market booths, farm stands, shops, churches, food shelves, etc.
In addition to printables, each set provides the tools and resources needed to promote produce on websites and social media and it's entirely customizable to match your brand or organization! An optional social media schedule is included to provide you with a full week's worth of posts, or you could spread them out to last the entire season.
I hope you find value in this series and I'm always interested in ways to improve stuff so if you see something missing I'd love to hear from you!