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Rue Farms has Valentine's Day sweets for your sweetie

The homemade potato chips are made using all natural ingredients and they are amazing!
The homemade potato chips are made using all natural ingredients and they are amazing!
P O'Beollain

Rue Farms, out of Springfield, Ohio, is one of the newer vendors at 2nd Street Market - and one of the best! Back on their farm in Springfield, they raise Angus beef and alfalfa and orchard hays for livestock. Branching out, they now bring their tasty homemade baked goods, candies and snacks to the 2nd Street Market!

You can see how crazy good these chips are, made with all natural ingredients and cooked to a golden brown.
P O'Beollain

Rue Farms uses natural ingredients (butter, no margarine; no additives or preservatives) in all of their homemade treats. These delectable snacks are created using the highest quality ingredients in their Ohio Licensed Kitchen back on the farm in Springfield. Pies, cakes, candies, kettle corn and the most amazing, fresh homemade potato chips are available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at the 2nd Street Market.

The author can vouch for the chips. Being familiar with Rue Farms candies and other sweets from various area venues, I decided to try the chips. I purchased a small bag of dill-seasoned chips (a bargain at only $1.50!) and took them home with the intention of getting some great out-of-the-bag photos of the chips.

Once home, I opened the bag, tried one chip and immediately forgot about any photos. I proceeded to eat the entire bag of chips and only remembered about the photo once the chips were gone. I sheepishly returned to the market the following week and wisely bought a large bag of chips.

Rue Farms at the market has several flavors of their homemade potato chips, several flavors of homemade fudge, great shelled pecans, kettle corm, truffles and more! Rue Farms is located in the middle of the 2nd Street Market, and they also cater events! You can order online for local pickup or for shipping; contact them at or call them at (937) 215-1997.



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