Winter Farmers’ Markets — Not just a summer thing

When people hear about a Winter Farmers’ Market in New Hampshire, the first thing they ask is what could there possibly be to buy, other than potatoes? Held in a light-filled greenhouse on the Seacoast, here’s just a glimpse of the amazing variety, quality and abundance 50+ local farmers and food producers brought this last weekend. Not only are all of the meat and produce grown locally, the prepared foods also include local ingredients. More than 1,800 people poured through the door seeking local food for their Thanksgiving table — click here for slideshow

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2 Responses to Winter Farmers’ Markets — Not just a summer thing

  1. E. Baron says:

    I love the Rollinsford Market! The proliferation of winter farmers markets in New Hampshire is making winter so much more bearable, and the seacoast markets are the best. The farmers seem to be rising to the challenge and are providing a bigger variety of veggies every year….I love it!
    Eleanor

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