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Farmers market verses supermarket farmers' markets are growing in popularity across the US.
But other items really better than what you could find at the supermarket.
This whole issue of local is really getting stretched too used to be you know between fifty miles that it was tune -- fifty miles out in the state.
Now it's in the country supermarket.
Guru Phil Lampard says -- -- -- is your first line of defense at a farmer's market if there's somebody who won't what you do it.
Don't buy from them.
Because they don't want you to taste it because you're gonna see that it's not very good to taste first talked to the former C where it's grown.
Get a relationship going Lambert says -- never assume that -- is is certified organic or even local.
Many farmers market vendors use traditional organic farming methods.
But aren't USDA certified you've got to look behind that table you've got to talk to the former and if it says.
They're organic can mother's hand written signs on the cardboard box.
Asked to see their certification.
By law they have to have your certificate there and don't discount your local supermarket for fresh local -- news.
Every supermarket has.
Both organic and conventional has some local but keep in mind that if it's in season.
It's probably going to be local.
This time of year you're gonna get great you know blueberries and strawberries and peaches and all that.
But in January you're not gonna get those products that are local for the best -- go to farmers market early.
Best goods go first for the best deal -- late farmers and other vendors often discount products instead of carting them back home.
-- York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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