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Farmer's Market Opens Saturday

Farmer's Market Opens Saturday



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(KSL News) Tomorrow is the day local farmers have been waiting for since last fall. The Downtown Farmer's Market opens, and all their produce will be on sale.

Anywhere from 4- to 5-thousand people are expected to come ready to buy tomorrow. Over 50 Utah farmers will be selling their produce there. This year several new farmers are making their debut at the market.

Fresh fruits and veggies aren't the only things you can buy.

Brad Baird, Downtown Farmer's Market: "We actually run a second market for arts and crafts. So on top of food and produce you can get gifts for friends."

And if it's good food you want, you can get it here too.

The biggest change at this year's market is the variety of new food booths that will be there, including Turkish food, tea, sausages, and more.

It's starts at 8 tomorrow morning until 1. It's at Pioneer Park, and runs all summer through mid-October.

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