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Vendors go from farmers market to storefront

Liesl and Tim Vosika never imagined their Red Clover tea blend would become the name of their store front property off Woodruff Avenue.

“I started growing herbs in my backyard and friends and family began to tell me how good it was,” said Liesl.

For the Vosikas, their success began with the Idaho Falls and the Artisan Farmers Market. Like many others within the community they understand the importance of local retail.

“When you’re working the farmers market it’s just for one day out of the week. But customers want to be able to reach you after that, which isn’t always convenient,” said Tim.

The Vosikas were first introduced to their store through word of mouth.

“We we’re actually trying to get the previous owner to simply sell some of our product, but before you know it we were buying the whole place,” said Tim.

With the new space Tim and Liesl went a little further and began to sell products from other farmers market vendors, contributing to the very support group that aided in their success.

“We just wanted to bring some of those local products and that community aspect to our store here,” said Liesl. “We want Idaho Falls to see what this great community has to offer.”

Liesl and Tim still participate in the Idaho Falls annual farmers market. It kicks off Saturday and will go on until the last Saturday in October.

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