Greenwich Farmer’s Market

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Support Local Farmers during National Farmers Market Week

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that local food systems with short supply chains are resilient, and farmers markets keep communities connected while addressing food insecurity by offering programs for the most vulnerable residents to access fresh, nutritious, local foods. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Farmers Market to Open for 2020 Season with Strict Safety Protocols

Last week Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont ruled that towns will be allowed to open their marinas for personal use, making boaters happy. Some more good news for Greenwich residents is on the way. The State has declared that farmers markets are to be considered
“Essential Businesses” and therefore can remain open. The Greenwich Farmers Market in the Horseneck lot by exit 3 of I-95 will open for the season on May 16 at its regular time of 9:30am. Expect to see market manager Judy Waldeyer, in a face mask and gloves, ring the opening bell at 9:30am. Continue Reading →

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Enter the Fungi Kingdom: Seacoast Brings Exotic, Nutritious Mushrooms to Greenwich Farmers Market

On Saturday customers flocked to a new vendor at the Greenwich Farmers Market despite the excessive heat. Seacoast Mushrooms offer several varieties of gourmet mushrooms, each with wildly different shapes, colors, and tastes. All the varieties have exceptional nutritional benefits. TJ Elgin and Denise Bahr, who are in the health, wellness and sustainability industries said Seacoast Mushrooms is based in Mystic. Elgin said all the mushrooms varieties, either as is or cooked, have different tastes, textures and profiles. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Farmers Market Customers Line up for Fresh Fish from “The Local Catch”

At the Greenwich Farmers Market on Saturdays, The Local Catch enjoys a steady stream of enthusiastic customers for their fresh, local, sustainable seafood, including bigeye tuna, lobster, scallops, halibut and cod. Continue Reading →

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