Worthington's weekly farmers market has a year-round schedule and is one of central Ohio's largest and most popular markets.
This summer, the ThisWeek Worthington News will feature vendors each week in a question-and-answer format to highlight some of the products customers crowd High Street in Old Worthington to buy.Rime Time Curiously Crafted Pops
Cody Miller said he founded Rime Time in 2015 with the aim of creating ice pops that were "fun, unique and whimsical."
Miller's "ice-pop truck" can be found at the market selling locally sourced pops in a variety of flavors and tastes.
Rime Time is active on social media and at www.RimeTimePops.com.
Q: Are you exclusively a local business, or do you reach into other cities or states?
A: We are strictly a local business. We only serve the Columbus market but would love to eventually expand out to one of our sister cities or somewhere in between.
Q: Why is the farmers market a good environment for your products?
A: The farmers market is great for us because of the family environment. Ice pops are meant to be enjoyed by kids or families or as a treat on a hot Saturday morning. They are the perfect complement to starting your journey through the market or ending it.
Q: What makes you stand out at the market?
A: We stand out because of the produce that we use. We are always sourcing different farmers' produce, from strawberries (and) watermelon to honey (and) maple syrup and more. Some of your favorite fruits that you buy from the market could very well be in your ice pop the next weekend.
Q: What is your most popular item?
A: Some of our most popular ice-pop flavors are our peanut-butter-and-jelly pop, which is made of Krema Nut Co.'s peanut butter, as well as our simple strawberry pop, which is made from fresh strawberries from Rhoads Farms that we pick up each weekend from the market.