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What is a Farmers' Market?

A farmers' market is where farmers, growers from locals areas sell their own produce, direct to the public. All products sold should have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stall holder.
By this the buying public can speak direct to the growers of the product and ask questions regarding the produce knowing the answers they get are genuine. This gives you confidence when buying!!!!


Barnes Village West London .Summer 2004

Farmers market Barnes Village West London .Summer 2004

The National Farmers' Retail & Markets Association (FARMA)

FARMA promote Farmers' Markets and assist in the formation of new ones:

To support existing Farmers' Markets and enable them to expand and remain self-sustaining .

To define and accredit the
Farmers' Market concept and grant accreditation only to those markets which conform to the agreed criteria.

To represent the interests of Farmers' Markets and lobby for measures that would help them .

To seek support of the range of Regional, National and European.
For more info visit:

www.farmersmarket.net


olives at farmers market Barnes Village West London .Summer 2004
bread at farmers market Barnes Village West London .Summer 2004
Barnes Village West London .Summer 2004

 


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