10 Ways To Save Money At The Farmer’s Market

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If you are looking for fresh food that’s locally grown, farmer’s markets are wonderful places to visit. They stock a wide range of goods from fresh, local produce to homemade sweets and breads to interesting craft products that will brighten up any room in your house. Visiting them can be a great way to pick up healthy food and fresh food from local vendors. Unfortunately, if you’re not careful, you can end up spending quite a bit of money, but there are some simple tricks to help keep the costs of shopping there down. Here are ten things you can do to save a bit of money the next time you’re at your local farmer’s market:

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2 Responses to 10 Ways To Save Money At The Farmer’s Market

  1. Andrea says:

    I DO NOT agree with going to farmer’s markets outside of the city. With the gas prices being $4.75+ per gallon, no way will I spend that just to save a couple bucks going 20 miles away.

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