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Hi, after quietly reading for awhile on here I finally decided to try selling my "extras" at our small Farmer's Market. I am doing ok with beans, cucs, trying potatos tomorrow and a few cut flowers for dd. I am considering adding some home baked bread too. My mother in law has an abundance of horseradish and I was thinking of trying to sell it. I have no idea what to charge and the best way to market it. Was wondering if anyone had any tips, suggestions, or helpful info on selling and pricing horseradish. Thanks!

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I am not sure of your Farmer's Market rules, but I would present it to your customer's two different ways. I would sell "whole" pieces to the customer's that just like their horseradish grated and I would have some 1/2 pint jars with the ready-made product.
 

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Thank you. I appreciate your advice. We can have fresh goods, dehydrated goods but no canned goods at our market. I think I will try selling it in fresh pieces a few inches long with a printout of how to perserve it and a recipe.
 
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