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America's "Favorite Farmers Markets"

Speaking of farmers markets, the nonprofit American Farmland Trust recently held a poll to select "America's Favorite Farmers Markets." Nearly...


Speaking of farmers markets, the nonprofit American Farmland Trust recently held a poll to select "America's Favorite Farmers Markets." Nearly 30,000 people voted. Here are the winners in each category:Small Markets (1-30 vendors) Collingswood Farmers Market, Collingswood, NJ; 1,030 VotesMedium Markets (31-55 vendors) Willamsburg Farmers Market, Williamsburg, VA; 725 VotesLarge Markets (56 or more vendors) Davis Farmers Market, Davis, CA; 3,060 VotesI haven't been to the Collingswood or Williamsburg farmers markets but I'm a native of Davis and can confirm that the farmers market there is really exceptional. You can see the top 20 farmers markets in each category here.Photo from Marilyn M (cc).
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