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Little Italy’s Farmer Market Sets a High Standard

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Farmer markets are a growing trend in the U.S. Little Italy’s Saturday 8am-2pm market is one of the largest in San Diego offering a wide range of products. Strolling numerous blocks of goods you will pass fruit, vegetables, bread, clothing, ethnic food, fresh fish, condiments, sculptures, live entertainment and much more. Just about anything you ever wanted out of a farmer’s market is present.  Little Italy Farmer’s Market San Diego 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Between W. Date and India Streets The Italian culture seems to fit with outside displays of fresh fruit and small business artisans. Italian cuisine is loaded with red tomatoes, olive oil, oregano and other natural ingredients that are a regular draw for locals. For those who love to cook from scratch and make mouthwatering masterpieces out of their kitchens Little Italy’s Farmer Market provides them with just about everything they need.   Farmer markets also appeal to a broad spectrum of society and draws visitors

San Diego Sunday Farmer Markets

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Few things are better than going back to nature’s simplicity when buying food. No heavy pesticides, artificial flavoring, or wax covered fruit. Farmer markets offer an opportunity to experience products how they were before mass marketing and encourage support of local farming families. Consider the difficulties many small productions have in getting recognition for their brands. In San Diego, local farmer markets enhance the décor and culture of the downtown regions.   Local residents and visitors enjoy seeing the sites and walking around the markets to see what local products are available. Cottage industry sales become part of local expression in the form of native produce, crafts, jewelry, clothing, and food. Two farmer markets are within a few miles of each other and are easily walked.  Third Avenue Certified Farmers Market and Asian Bazaar: A rather small farmer market that appears to be slowing down in terms of participants. One can visit local Chinese rest