We all fall into a comfortable rhythm in life. We go to the same places, we eat at the same restaurants and we go to the same grocery stores. We understand! It can be hard to leave your local bubble, especially in cities like Phoenix where everything is sprawled across the map. But, when you do leave your comfort zone and venture out to new places, you will be surprised at what you might find. You can find great, fresh food if you step outside your front door and look for something new. Here are a few farmers markets around Arizona that you should check out.
Located in Tucson, this farmer’s market is all about having fresh food and being able to tell you exactly where it came from. They’re prepared to answer any questions about your choice of food, making it personal. From fresh fruits to meats, this farmer’s market is a great place to stop by and pick up some food and make some new friends.
Open year round, this open air farmers market is perfect way to spend a day. There’s plenty of tables to look at, giving you a wide variety of food and drinks to choose from. Check out their website to learn more about what special events are taking place and how you can get involved.
In the heart of Agritopia is the Farm Stand which offers fresh local produce for sale and a weekly farmers market. Agritopia is making fresh produce available and offers places to check out even more fresh food; Joe’s Farm Grill and The Coffee Shop. It is a unique experience and has something to offer for everyone. Check it out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, a cup of coffee or the farmers market. You can bring your dogs and sit outside and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Farmers markets are great opportunities to find fresh, locally grown produce while supporting local farmers and businesses. You can find farmers markets in your area on most days of the week. Whether you live in Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, or anywhere else in the country, you should find farmers markets in your area. So what are you waiting for? Forget about the grocery store around the corner, go buy locally grown produce at low prices and support Arizona farmers.