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Bring the MN Farmers Market to the Digital Age with Yumzar

A project in Minneapolis, MN by Abbey Smalley

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Shop all of your MN Farmers Market favs from home and get them delivered right to your front door! Support small-batch, local Makers.
Backers: 81
Average Pledge Per Backer: $48

Funded: $3,851 of $18,000
Dates: Aug 13th -> Sep 12th (30 days)
Project By: Abbey Smalley
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Latest News

We will not be funded, but we are still THANKFUL you believed in us!

September 11th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

We are Only at 15% of Goal and Truly Need Your Help Getting the Word Out!

September 1st - via:
Happy Labor Day Kickstarter backers! Hoping it’s a great one spent with family and friends! Thank you again for all of your support! We have a few updates for you:  NEW LEVEL ADDED: A few folks requested it, so we wanted to oblige! There is a new... (Read More)

Buying Local Goods Made Easy With New Website

August 28th - via:
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Buying local is a growing movement and instead of having to scavenge through farmers markets or hyper-local gift shops, there’s now an easier way. (Read More)

New website Yumzar sells Minnesota food and drink, all in one place

August 27th - via:
Love locally made food items but don't have time to get to every farmers' market or gift shop to pick them up? (Read More)

First Week Updates from the Yumzar Team

August 20th - via:
Happy Wednesday Backers! Our first week on Kickstarter is coming to an end, and we are nearing the $2000 mark! Thank you SO much for all of your kind words and pledges thus far! We wanted to share a couple of updates from this past week with you! ... (Read More)


August 4th - via:
There’s still time left in farmers’-market season, but once the cold weather rolls around, tracking down favorite locally made products can get tricky. Fortunately, Yumzar, a new venture from three Minnesota foodies, not only finds the goods, but sends them to your door. (Read More)

Yumzar moves the farmers market online -- but will shoppers follow?

July 31st - via:
If the farmers market isn't your scene, but you're still on the hunt for locally made foods, Yumzar might have a solution for you. (Read More)

Yumzar: It's More Than a Store, It's a Community

June 20th - via:
Imagine shopping for your favorite farmers market products from the comfort of your own home any day and anytime you want. Then imagine everything being shipped to your front door or to your family and friends. That’s what inspired Minnesotans Abbey Smalley, Steven Lauder, and Michael Otto to bring together a curated collection of the very best artisan-made local products to foodies with the new site (Read More)

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