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Featured Vendor: Nature’s Indulgence

Nature's Indulgence - August 30, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/natures-indulgence/

Nature’s Indulgence began selling its delectable granola since 2011. It started out as a dream by owner Doug Sanders which was spurred by his father working in the grain industry as an oat specialist. The family familiarity with oats, coupled with finishing culinary school and quickly learning about a vacant bakery, landed Doug in READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: Sugar Whipped

Sugar Whipped - August 23, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/sugar-whipped/

Mindy Haws is the wonderful baker at Sugar Whipped, and she’s been whipping up goodies with her business for just over 2 years now. She simply loves to bake, and once she moved to Boise in 2013 she decided to try her hand at opening her own business. Sugar Whipped bloomed out of selling READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: Lime and a Coconut

Lime and a Coconut - August 16, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/lime-and-a-coconut/

Sararak and Mike, owners of Lime and a Coconut which serves Thai food at the market, began their business just this year! In fact, at the opening day of the market this year on April 16, their business took its first leap out into the world. They’ve been quite successful since then! Sararak, who READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: Tracie McBride Arts

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Tracie McBride, one of our lovely mosaic artisans, began her artistic career by creating mixed media collages in 1997. It was in this same year that she sold her first piece. She’s since morphed her creative work into creating polymer clay mosaics and then moved into creating glass. For about the last 4 years READ MORE ►

Featured Vendor: Isha’s Farm

Isha's Farm - August 2, 2016 http://capitalcitypublicmarket.com/featured-vendor/ishas-farm/

Isha Muya is part of a farming-focused non-profit called Global Gardens which encourages farmer participation at the Capital City Public Market. “Global Gardens is a program of the Idaho Office for Refugees. We strive to involve diverse families in healthy lifestyles and entrepreneurial training.  We do so through the cultivation, harvest, cooking, eating, and READ MORE ►