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A farm includes the passion of the farmer’s heart, the interest of the farm’s customers, the biological activity in the soil, the pleasantness of the air about the farm — it’s everything touching, emanating from, and supplying that piece of landscape. A farm is virtually a living organism. ~ Joel Salatin

Pre-Order Pick up for Saturday, August 8th from 10:30 – 11:30AM

2nd Street and Douglas in Downtown Lee’s Summit

HOW TO PLACE AN ORDER:
#1 – Email us at breeadam@sniktafarm.com with your list of items and quantities from the menu below.
#2 – Please provide Your First & Last Name and a Phone Number in case we need to reach you on market day.
#3- Please Place orders by Noon on Thursday, August 6th. (Orders will be on a first come basis and we may run out of some items)
#4- You will receive a reply by Friday with a square invoice so that you may pay online or we will email you with any items that have run out.

**The sooner the order is placed the better so we have time to email you if an item runs out, send your invoice and pack orders. 

Heirloom Tomatoes

1 Pint Cherry Tomatoes – $5.00

2 LB Box Large Tomatoes $8.00 (Limited) 

Low Sugar Jams – $5.00 Each
(Approx. 5-8 Grams Added Sugar Per Serving – Serving Size Approx. 1 Tablespoon)
Strawberry
Organic Strawberries, Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
Strawberry–Lavender NEW!
Organic Strawberries infused with Snikta Lavender, Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
Blueberry
Organic Blueberries, Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
Blue FlameSpicy
Organic Blueberries, Snikta Jalapenos Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
Cherry
Organic Cherries, Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
Cherry-PiñoSpicy
Organic Cherries, Snikta Jalapenos, Organic Raw Sugar, Organic Lemon Juice, Natural Citrus Pectin
 (Other Seasonal Jams Added throughout the year)

Pesto – $5.00 Each
(Dairy Free  upon request)
Basil Pesto 
Snikta Basil, Organic Olive Oil, Walnuts, Parmesan Cheese, Garlic, Black Pepper, Pink Salt
  
Spice Blends – $5.00 Each

Carnivore Dry Rub – 2.5 oz  –Paprika, Pink Salt, Garlic, Cayenne, Rosemary, Black Pepper, Onion, Oregano, Thyme & Chili Powder

Totally Taco – 2 oz – Salt Free –Chili Powder, Cumin, Onion, Cayenne, Oregano & Paprika

SPICY Italian –  1oz – Salt Free –Basil, Marjoram, Thyme, Oregano, Rosemary, Garlic & Chili Pepper Flakes

Mediterranean –  1oz– Salt Free –Basil, Marjoram, Thyme, Oregano, Rosemary, Garlic, Tarragon & Sage

Herbs de Provence – .8 oz – Salt Free – Basil, Marjoram, Savory, Thyme, Lavender & Rosemary
Lemon Pepper – 2 oz –  Lemon Peel, Onion, Garlic, Black Pepper, Parsley & Himalayan Pink Salt
  
Handmade Hand Cut Lye Soap – $3.00 Each

LemongrassRain Water, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lye, Lemongrass Essential Oil

Tea Tree–PeppermintRain Water, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lye, Tea Tree & Peppermint Essential Oil
PlainRain Water, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil *& Lye

Cinnamon-Clove  –(Our exfoliating “Gardeners Soap” for extra dirty hands) *Not for Sensitive Skin* – Rain Water, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lye, Ground Cinnamon and Clove Essential Oil

 

 

2020 Lee’s Summit Farmers Market

*UPDATE: WE WILL NO LONGER BE PARTICIPATING IN THE FARMERS MARKET* 

WE HOPE YOU WILL CONTINUE TO VISIT ALL THE OTHER WONDERFUL VENDORS THAT ARE THERE EVERY WEEK AND THAT RELY ON THE FARMERS MARKET FOR THEIR INCOME. THIS YEAR HAS BEEN VERY CHALLENGING FOR YOUR FARMERS AND SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS AND THEY NEED YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT*

PLEASE NOTE: There is a new Location at the Abundant Life Church at 304 SW Persels in Lees Summit.

The market is a traditional walk up market but customers are required to wear masks, respect a 6 foot distance when possible and can not touch items at the booths. The vendors are happy to serve you and are working very hard to make the market a safe place to get your local food.

Lees Summit Market – Saturdays, 8AM – Noon at the Abundant Life Church Parking Lot at 304 SW Persels.

You can find more about the new Market set up and Location HERE.

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US :

To say its been a strange year is a bit of an understatement isn’t it? Everything has changed so much and so fast.
We have had some changes around the farm and have been thinking a lot about what we want it to be in the years to come. We have decided we want our farm to be more of a sustainable Homestead to provide food for us and our families. We have so enjoyed being at the market for so many years but we have a renewed focus on spending more time with and taking care of our families. We both still work full time Jobs and it is increasingly difficult to maintain a farmers market booth and day jobs while also taking care of ourselves.

Bree works as a custom window treatment design consultant for The Blind Broker, a local mom and pop shop in Mission Kansas.

Adam works for Gunilla of Sweden, a skin care company with the main ingredient being organically grown aloe.

Bree’s Mom built her retirement farm house on our property in 2019 and Adams parents just got theirs built and moved in this February. Its so awesome to have them here to be closer to them, provide food for them, help them when they need it and have a few extra hands when we need it too. Having our family together is the most important thing to us and the primary reason we moved to the country and started a farm in the first place.
That being said, that is going to be more of our focus this year. Spending time with our family, and creating a homestead for them to enjoy and thrive on to reward them for all the years of HARD work to raise us and provide for our futures.

We started Snikta Farm after growing a few tomatoes and some salad mix in a small raised bed garden in our back yard in Lees Summit in 2006 and it quickly morphed into a lifestyle change for us. We lived on frozen boxed meals and fast food and didn’t realize that what we were feeding our bodies was actually damaging them from the inside. After years of multiple health issues we found that those ailments were actually caused by our diet and after just a few weeks of eating less fast food and processed foods we started seeing those problems just vanish without the use of any medications.

We decided we wanted to eat as clean as possible and take better care of our bodies. When we grow it ourselves we can guarantee there is NOTHING on our food except good old mother nature. Once we started growing our own food we found that we also have a passion for self sufficiency. We strive to provide a Non-GMO, full circle environment for our farm so we are giving back to our land and not striping it of its natural goodness.

We now have a Homestead in Blairstown Missouri and are loving this adventure. We have spent the last few years learning through trial and plenty of ERRORS, lots of garden magazines, forums and conferences to learn as much as we can. And of course the support from our family, friends and customers we have met over the years has been priceless.