As consumers become more concerned with how their food is produced, Farmers Markets allow consumers to buy their produce directly from the farmer. This ‘old’ direct form of marketing is still used in many parts of the world today and can offer some of the freshest produce in America, fresher than what grocery stores can provide. However, Americans do not generally consider buying produce from the Farmers Market.
As Americans start to wonder where their food comes from and how the produce is handled, Farmers Markets have started becoming more popular. A new spin on educating the public about where their food comes from is Farm Camps for children. Kids spend from a few days to a week doing common every day chores around the farm so that they understand how farmers produce all of this food for America and the world.
Don’t just go to the local Farmers Market looking for food. Farmers Markets can offer a wide range of goods and products from arts to flowers to crafts. Next Saturday morning, go out to your local Farmers Market, meet your local farmers, and get the freshest, most flavorful produce in the town or find the next big fashionable craft for your home. Together, AgQuest and local farmers will help to provide you with the best products and services!
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