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Pop-Up: The Simple Farm, B Naked Chocolates, and More at Scottsdale Fashion Square

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It's been just a few months since Lylah and Michael Ledner's The Simple Farm was named a finalist in the 2014 Good Food Awards for their salted goat milk caramels. And now they're bringing them to Anthropologie in Scottsdale Fashion Square for a pop-up event featuring a handful of local businesses.

See also: The Simple Farm Named Finalist in 2014 Good Food Awards

The pop-up store will take place on Sunday, February 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside Anthropologie at Scottsdale Fashion Square. This will be the first local pop-up event for the Anthropologie store in Scottsdale, though the company has tried the idea in other markets.

Participating local businesses will include:

  • The Simple Farm
  • ww.thesimplefarm.net
  • Boho Farm and Home
  • www.bohofarmandhome.com
  • B Naked Chocolates
  • www.bnakedchocolates.com
  • Growop Boutique
  • www.facebook.com/growopboutique
  • Sweet Life Garden
  • www.sweetlifegarden.com

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