farmers' market


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farm·ers' market

(fär′mərz)
n.
A public market at which farmers and often other vendors sell produce directly to consumers. Also called greenmarket.

farmers' market

n
a market at which farm produce is sold directly to the public by the producer
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Consumers also like to make an event out of shopping at a farmers' market, where they can talk to local farmers about where their food originates.
THE Prince of Wales and a government minister will add their support to the official launch of Farmers' Market Month today.
PASA also is pursuing a permanent regional farmers' market site in Pittsburgh where farmers can offer food products all year and personally connect with urban consumers and a network of 14 seasonal farmers' markets.
This Readers' Choice Award is shared by two farmers' markets -- Your Local Farmers' Market Society in Vancouver, British Columbia and The Village Market in Thornhill, Ontario.
Along with George Russell Weller, Bayside will now stand trial for wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits arising out of the July 16, 2003 Santa Monica Farmers' Market accident in Santa Monica, CA.
THE popular Farmers' Market in Holmfirth will be held twice each month from September.
A POPULAR farmers' market is to launch its own Friends scheme next week.
7-13 is the 12th annual National Farmers' Market Week, and later this week Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will issue a proclamation that will include the USDA's national tally of farmers' markets operating in 2011.
STOCKTON Farmers' Market has more fresh seasonal treats in store at its first event of the year tomorrow.
According to the Farmers' Market Coalition, the number of farmers' markets in the United States has increased 40 percent during the past decade.
LEADING Liberal Democrat MP Tim Farron took time out of his party's national conference in Liverpool to visit a farmers' market in Wirral.
CASTLE Vale Farmers' Market is the latest event to fall victim to the recent floods.