1st & 3rd Saturdays
Ebenezer Baptist Church
5486 Stillhouse Road, Stone Mountain
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  • 1st & 3rd Saturdays
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  • Ebenezer Baptist Church
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  • Since February is Black History Month, we want to take this time to highlight our Black-owned businesses. Pride Road, one of our early vendors, is a family- and veteran-owned business that produces all natural, locally grown hibiscus-based products. Most of our regular customers know about their delicious sodas and teas, but we also carry their chutney, jelly and dried teas whenever we can get them. Their products are becoming so well known that we’re not always able to order them! This Saturday we'll be offering their sodas at $1.90 a bottle instead of the usual price of $2.50.
    We've got lovely berries (blueberry and strawberries), along with our usual bananas, apples, lemons, limes, and mandarins.
    For this week's Market we'll have kale, collards, potatoes (sweet and Russet), onions, Brussel sprouts, asparagus and lots more!
    If you like home-baked breads, cookies and other sweets, we have what you'll be wanting. From Flour + Time (a local vegan bakery) we'll have bread, muffins and cookies. And from Stone Mountain's very own Village Corner German Restaurant and Bakery we'll have bread, cookies and a couple of new baked goods.
    Dave's jams, jellies, honey, hot sauce, chow-chow and salsa; Beast Little Cannery pickles; B&C Farms salsa and jalapeño pepper jelly; and Pecan Nation pecans
  • South Georgia strawberries will be arriving in a couple of weeks. Make sure to stop in when they arrive as they don't last long!
  • Click here to donate to the market
    Click here to volunteer at the market
  • 470-484-0069
Our Mission
SMV Market Corporation aims to provide affordable access to fresh, locally sourced groceries to residents, visitors, and business owners within the City of Stone Mountain.

Our Vendors

  • B&C Farms
    A family owned and operated farm located in Stone Mountain Village.

    Visit B&C Farms
  • Beast Little Cannery
    Small batch pickles made in Lilburn.
  • Bread and Butter Farms
    An organic, family farm in Monroe, Georgia

    Visit Bread and Butter Farms
  • David's Garden
    Dave's jellies and preserves, honeys, salsa, chow chow, and soup base. Grown and produced in Lilburn.

    Visit David's Garden
  • Flour + Time
    Flour + Time is a 100% vegan establishment that produces their baked goods using no animal products or animal byproducts

    Visit Flour + Time
  • Georgia Proud Provisions
    Georgia Proud Provisions supplies Georgia-grown crops from farms that do not have the capacity or availability to sell what they grow at the grassroots level.

    Visit Georgia Proud Provisions
  • Pride Road
    Family owned and operated food manufacturing company that produces all natural locally grown Hibiscus based products: sodas (plain and with ginger), bottled tea, chutneys, jellys, and boxed teas

    Pride Road
  • Sweet Potato Cafe
    A local, Stone Mountain farm-to-table restaurant producing a delightful sweet potato marmalade

    Visit Sweet Potato Cafe


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Do you use EBT when you shop with us? If so, we'd love it if you'd take part in the survey @WholesomeWave will be administering at our market on Saturday, February 4. Shop and share information! You'll receive a $20 Visa gift card for your time.

#MarketUpdate #marketSaturday #StoneMountainGA #StoneMountainVillage

While certain dairy items, like cheese, can last quite a while, dairy items are often wasted. One of the best ways to ensure your dairy lasts and doesn't get thrown out is to store it properly. Dairy products should be stored in the coldest part of the refrigerator. So take that milk and yogurt out of the door and put it on a shelf toward the back!

#WasteNotWednesday #FoodWaste #FoodStorage #FridgeStorage

It's time for a Tuesday tip. You might already know this, but there's nothing wrong with a gentle reminder — use the right measuring tool. The right tool depends on whether you're measuring liquid or dry ingredients. Dry ingredients include flour, sugar, spices, etc. These go into a dry measuring cup like the one shown in the photo. Milk, water, oils and stocks go into a liquid measuring cup which is generally made of glass or plastic and has fluid ounces detailed on the outside.

Source = @FoodNetwork #TuesdayTip #KitchenTools #KitchenTips

For a little Friday fun, we thought we'd do a little food myth busting! According to the @nytimes, white potatoes are NOT the villain of the starch world. In fact, "They are rich in vitamin C, potassium, fiber and other nutrients, especially when consumed with the skin."

#MythBusted #FoodMyths #PotatoesAreGoodFood

What, exactly, is a superfood? According to @eatthisnotthat, "Generally, a food is promoted to superfood star status when it delivers ample amounts of vitamins and minerals with antioxidant power, is linked to the prevention of a disease, or is thought to offer several health benefits ..."

Pomegranates, a winter superfood, are high in polyphenols, "known to improve heart health, fight infection, and improve memory."

#SuperFoods #SeasonalFruit #WhatMakesAFoodSuper

Do you plant a garden in the spring? If so, consider taking part in #WasteNotWednesday. Start gathering vegetable peels and more to compost in order to enrich your soil and grow more delicious, beautiful vegetables, and even flowers!

#UseFoodScraps #Compost #CompostForGardens #StopFoodWaste

This post is for our female followers. Did you know that ginger may significantly reduce menstrual pain? If you're trying to avoid over-the-counter pain relievers, ginger might be a good option. According to @healthline, "One of the traditional uses of ginger is for pain relief, including menstrual pain."

#HealthAndWellness #NaturalRemedies #ForTheLadies

Let's talk squash! What's your squash of choice? Winter or summer? Zucchini, acorn, pumpkin, delicate, spaghetti, butternut? What's your top choice and why?

#EatARainbow #SeasonalProduce #WinterSquash

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SMV Market

A community effort to open a non-profit fresh food market in the heart of Stone Mountain Village. Jo

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