Farmers’ Market starts this morning in Round Rock

June 16, 2012 by  

Starting today, June 16, and running every Saturday through to the fall, the Round Rock Farmers Market will take place in the Scott and White Hospital Parking Lot located at 300 University Blvd. in Round Rock, Texas. The market opens each Saturday at 9:00 am and runs until 12:00 pm.

This farmers’ market recently moved to this location, as it is growing steadily. Today, there are more than fifty growers participating, who attend every week to sell their fresh produce and wares from this new location. Products for this market come from within the eleven counties that surround Williamson County.

Guests who make a visit will have the opportunity to speak directly to the farmers who grow the produce that is sold at the market. These vendors have been growing and selling produce to customers for many years, including free range eggs, cheese, nuts, pasture raised beef, artisan breads, canned goods, and fresh produce. During the month of June, the produce in season includes tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, melons, peppers, onions, corn, garlic, blackberries, peaches, and beans. There are also non-profit informational booths established throughout the market.

Established in 1984, the market is certified through the Texas Certified Farmers Market Inc. If your family enjoys the taste of fresh, grade A products, then this farmers market is the place to be on Saturday mornings.

Flyer printing and poster printing is more than likely to have been used to promote the Farmers Market’s new location to the residents. For further information on this event, where admission is free, please visit the Round Rock Farmers Market website or call Greg Coley at 512-215-4193.