Philadelphians can take their pick of delicious, local produce, dairy products and baked goods…even artisanal chocolate and natural beauty products!
The Lancaster Central Market has been up and running since the early 1700s, and is located in Pennsylvania Dutch County about two hours from Philly.
The 100,000-square-foot retailing center will carry items ranging from food to furniture to beauty supplies.
A weekly farmers’ market opens in Old City, a West Philadelphia restaurant holds a seafood extravaganza for charity, and a nonprofit organization readies for its third nighttime market event of the season.
With so many farmers’ markets within the city and scattered throughout the suburbs, Philadelphians can take their pick of delicious, local produce, dairy products and baked goods…even artisinal chocolate!
The managers and lead farmer at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley share their top tips for visiting and shopping at the markets this season.
CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, creates a greater sense of community and encourages a connection between producer and consumer, something often lost in modern society.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is offering free technology to farmers markets to help low-income residents buy and eat healthful and locally-grown foods.
LocalDirt.com can help you find local farmers and grocers who can help you live locally.
The Reading Terminal Market is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the arrival of the Pennsylvania Dutch to its stable of standholders.