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Julia’s Juices July 31, 2012

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When you come out to farmer’s market you will find Julia, Javier or Jessica behind the stand with our large selection of juice combinations! Julia’s Juice combinations embody the Central Coast, by using seasonal fruit that is grown throughout the area and by using an array of flavor combinations, we offer a truly unique selection of juices. We are always looking out for fruit that is coming into season and testing out different combinations, so come by the stand and try a sample of our amazing juices! Check out our Farmer’s Market schedule that is posted in the about section and please check out our Facebook for daily locations and menus! http://www.facebook.com/

 

The Farm

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The Veggies
Red and golden beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, red Russian, supreme and dino kale, spinach, cilantro, parsley, spring lettuce, raw garlic, peas, tomatoes and so much more is grown on this cute little farm!
Check out what’s going on, on the farm!
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A 1/2 acre planted and growing!
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Check out the tomatoes ripening on the vine!!
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Beautiful navel oranges.
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Stalks of corn, blowing magically in the wind!
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Grant Ojeda making his round on the tractor, feeding the cows!