The Downtown Farmers Market has been a huge success. Saturday mornings, Historic Pioneer Park is filled with hundreds of people shopping for locally-grown produce, great food and local artisan crafts. There's always something fun to do at the Farmers Market. This year, the market was voted as one of the most popular in the entire nation. Both farmers and Market-goers often ask one question: "Why can't the market be open during the week?" So this year, the Farmers Market introduced the Harvest Market. The Harvest Market is a lot like the Farmers Market. Every Tuesday from four in the afternoon to eight in the evening you can stop by and pick up the same wonderful, locally-grown produce and take it home to make a healthy dinner. So stop on by the Harvest Market on your way out of town tonight. You're going to love the fruits and vegetables grown right here in Utah. This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.
Metro Business Report September 29, 2009
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