Redondo Beach Farmer’s Market opens April 26th
April 26, 2012 by Mark
With the Redondo Beach Certified Farmer’s Market officially beginning on the 26th, it’s immediately clear that both residents and suppliers stand to gain a lot by showing up for it.
Even though merchants will have taken advantage of flyer printing to reach out to potential customers, Redondo Beach residents are likely already to have an inkling of what the Redondo Beach Farmer’s Market has to offer. Officially taking place by Veteran’s Park, this event is sure to bring buyers and goods providers together in ways that only locally produced food can. According the RedondoBeachPatch.com site, fruit, chicken, nuts, fish, vegetables, baked goods, kettle corn, jam, flowers, and preserves are a just a few of the items being presented at the Market.
From the perspective of locally-based individuals, this is a golden opportunity to get fresh produce at reasonable prices while also being a chance to enjoy the fantastic weather as well. When the one hour’s worth of parking and the free morning parking meters are also taken into account, there’s no reason for people to avoid stopping by and seeing what’s available for sale. Starting in the morning at 8:00 am and closing up at 1:00 pm, what’s interesting about the Redondo Beach Certified Farmer’s Market is the fact that it’s not going to be a onetime thing.
Being held every Thursday except for during holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, people will have the option of supporting the efforts of food suppliers from Redondo Beach and other nearby areas for a while. Consider coming out and making a purchase in the coming weeks.