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Farmers' markets are a traditional way of selling agricultural and homemade products. These markets are renowned for providing locally-grown and very fresh seasonal produce.
People maintain that farmers' markets allow farmers to pick their produce at the peak of its flavour, which preserve the nutritional value of fresh produce, and since locally-grown produce does not travel vast distances to get to your table, the difference in mileage helps reduce its carbon footprint.
Farmers' markets often highlight produce grown naturally or organically, meats, handmade farmstead cheeses, eggs and free-range poultry.
A weekly market day is a part of normal life in villages and town squares throughout Cornwall.
Provided below are a few useful links that will help you find a Farmers' Market in your area.