Pennsylvania Farm Market Guide Now Available

A new online tool is designed to help consumers search for markets in Pennsylvania by county, product, or name. From sweet corn to pick-your-own strawberries, consumers can find fresh produce in Pennsylvania with the 2009 Consumer’s Guide to Pennsylvania Farm Markets.

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The guide is searchable by county, product, or market name at www.agriculture.state.pa.us by clicking on “Online Services” and then “Farm Markets.”
“Pennsylvania is home to more than 1,200 farm markets where consumers can buy fresh, nutritious products,” said Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff. “The guide is a great way for people to connect with local producers, while directly supporting them and the state’s economy.”

The guide lists farm markets by county and provides the name, location, dates, and hours of operation, types of food sold, and contact information. The guide also denotes farm markets participating in the state’s Farmers Market Nutrition Program, which benefits older adults and Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, participants.

A new online tool is designed to help consumers search for markets in Pennsylvania by county, product, or name. From sweet corn to pick-your-own strawberries, consumers can find fresh produce in Pennsylvania with the 2009 Consumer’s Guide to Pennsylvania Farm Markets.

The guide is searchable by county, product, or market name at www.agriculture.state.pa.us by clicking on “Online Services” and then “Farm Markets.”
“Pennsylvania is home to more than 1,200 farm markets where consumers can buy fresh, nutritious products,” said Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff. “The guide is a great way for people to connect with local producers, while directly supporting them and the state’s economy.”

The guide lists farm markets by county and provides the name, location, dates, and hours of operation, types of food sold, and contact information. The guide also denotes farm markets participating in the state’s Farmers Market Nutrition Program, which benefits older adults and Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, participants.