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Curb Market Hits Midtown

The new Curb Market is giving life to the old Easy Way location at 596 S. Cooper Street in between Muddy’s Bake Shop and Otherlands Coffee Bar. For weeks people have been curious about the sleek new signage that promises locally sourced produce and meats. The store opened on March 25th and features a beautiful open layout and elegant wood designs that showcase their products, which are made in house or sourced from local farms.

Unlike some stores that offer local products, Curb Market only supplies locally made goods. The owners are passionate about local because they want to offer the freshest and healthiest food, support sustainable food practices, and keep money in our local economy. The store is creating an opportunity for our local farmers and artisans to sell their products year-round, which translates into more sales and more money that stays in our community.

The store features products from dozens of small businesses that you’ll see at the farmers market on the weekends.

  • Delta Sol Farm
  • Covey Rise Farm
  • Wilson Gardens
  • Winchester Farm
  • Hillbilly Acres
  • Prairie Farms
  • Sweet Water Valley
  • Old Apple Hill
  • Wolf River
  • Jones Orchard

In additional to a wide selection of produce, flowers, meats, seafood, eggs, and dairy, they offer fresh bread, fresh pasta, and homemade sauces and seasonings. They carry several locally made frozen meals and freshly prepared salads and wraps. Or come in for a snack and try their chips, popcorn, or baked items sourced from local artisans. Local beer will hit the shelves in early April. Gluten-free and vegan products are available.

Curb Market makes it easy to eat local because they offer everything you need to make a healthy meal right in one easy location that’s open six days a week. Their hours are Monday – Saturday, 8 a.m to 7 p.m. For more info call (901) 453-6880 or visit their website at http://www.curbmarket901.com.

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