Fincel's Sweet Corn is a proud part of the farmer's market tradition in Dubuque, IA. We offer fresh, locally grown produce of the highest quality, and have voluntarily chosen NOT to use GMO seeds.
In the spring, from the first Dubuque Outdoor Farmer's Market of the season, we offer hanging flower baskets, hanging cherry tomato baskets, bedding plants, and asparagus. During the summer months, we grow and sell a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including strawberries, kohlrabi, broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, onions, sugar pea pods, green beans, yellow beans, potatoes, beets, cucumbers, zucchini, muskmelon, watermelon, tomatoes, eggplant, green and red bell peppers, different hot peppers, cabbage, squash, pumpkins, gourds, and of course, our world famous sweet corn.
Our produce is available throughout the Dubuque Farmer's Market season, May through October. Come see us soon to experience and enjoy fruits and vegetables of the best flavor, freshness, and quality!
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Our last day of sweet corn for 2020 was September 15th. Our stands at Blain's and Shopko are closed for the remainder for the year. We will continue to participate in the Dubuque Outdoor Farmer's Market until the end of October. Thank you for your support during this strange year.
COVID-19 Statement: The safety of our customers is a high priority for us, as is the quality and freshness of our produce and customer service. We ask that if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please do not come to the stand until you are symptom free. We will do our best to provide clean and sanitary conditions where we sell our produce. We will wear masks to protect our customers as long as is recommended by the CDC. We ask our customers to maintain 6 feet of space to other customers. While you can touch the produce, please be sure to wash your produce before you consume it. Please do not bring the produce to your face to smell it, unless you will purchase it. As the City of Dubuque has a mask mandate, we are asking you to wear a face covering when you visit our produce stands.