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The University of Minnesota Farmers Market will return on Wednesday, July 8. The market features Twin Cities-area vendors who travel 2.5 hours or less to deliver and sell everything from berries to sweet corn to tomatoes to squash. As is the tradition, the market is held rain or shine, every Wednesday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
From field to fork and garden to kitchen table, the market offers produce and flowers that are freshly-picked and sold by the grower to you. Cornercopia, a University of Minnesota student-managed farm, is the only organically-grown produce vendor.
Remember! When you shop at the market bring along a reusable bag to tote your market goods. Also bring small bills to pay with cash.
In addition to buying locally grown produce, berries, and fresh flowers, you can:
Get dill-icious ideas for savory herbs. And find suggestions to make the most of fruits and veggies.
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