Popularity has spawned diversity - and rules - at certified farmer's markets.
Peck-K; Voss-RE; Grieshop-JI; Wright-J; Stiles-M
Calif Agric 1993 Mar-Apr; 47(2):30-32
As a result of the dramatically increasing popularity of farmers' markets, some markets have reached capacity and have been obliged to establish policies about who has priority to sell. Small, part-time, hobby farmers feel particularly vulnerable as rules are extablished. The best way for them to go: Reserve market space far in advance and offer unique produce.
Farmers; Vegetation; Food; Food-handlers; Food-services; Safety-climate; Safety-measures; Safety-personnel
University of California - Davis