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Tips For Visiting Boston’s Farmers Markets With Kids

Author Sally Sampson, of the book ChopChop, shares tips for visiting Boston’s farmers markets with kids.

08/29/2013

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Top Five “Must Have” Foods From Farmers’ Markets

It’s easy to just buy fruits and vegetables at the grocery store during routine shopping trips, but now is the time to seek out Farmers’ Markets to buy at least a few of the most nutrient-packed foods fresh from local fields.

06/16/2013

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Boston Area’s Best CSA’s For Farm-Fresh Food

Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs) farm memberships are a great way to get farm fresh food either delivered to you or available for pick up in your area as frequently as you would like, from these farm and area businesses.

CBS Boston–03/27/2013

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Boston Farmers’ Markets Begin Selling Local Day-Boat Fish

Boston launched a new pilot program on Wednesday that will allow local day-boat fishermen to sell their catches at city Farmers’ Markets.

05/23/2012

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Tips For Sprouting Your First Family Vegetable Garden In Boston

Teach kids to care for plants and eat healthy.

04/04/2012

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Farmers’ Markets Week In Mass.

Farmers’ markets across Massachusetts are being celebrated this week.

08/22/2011

Fresh Vegetables, Produce

$52,000 Grant For Mass. Low-Income Families To Shop At Farmer’s Markets

Massachusetts is announcing a grant to encourage low-income families to spend their food subsidies at local farmer’s markets.

07/26/2011

Fresh Vegetables, Produce

Connoisseur’s Corner: Farmer’s Markets

WBZ’s Jordan Rich talks with Annie Copps about all the wonderful farmer’s markets now opening up.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–05/12/2011

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State Eyes Sales Of Shellfish At Farmers Markets

Oysters, clams and other shellfish could soon be taking their place next to tomatoes, sweet corn, blueberries and other more typical offerings at farmers markets in Massachusetts.

04/22/2011

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