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Tulare County Farmers Market
 

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most recent votes for Tulare County Farmers Market

  • Laurie Gorman
  • 1864 days, 6 hours ago
Love getting produce from the farmers who picked it the day before. Fresh and delicious!
  • Carole Greening
  • 1905 days, 12 hours ago
Thank-goodness for these wonderful people who grow such delicious and nutritious food for us. Fresh greens, ripe tomatoes, sweet fruit, healthful nuts, fresh eggs and cold pressed olive oil - I couldn't fix dinner without using our locally grown food.
  • Anonymous
  • 1946 days, 51 minutes ago
It's a great place to find things
  • Pam Clark
  • 1949 days, 5 hours ago
Variety....Freshness...Unique& Heiloom veggies....fresh sprouts.....hand pressed olive oil....CA oranges!....People.....this the bread basket of California! .....it's the place to "hang out"
  • JoAnn Snell
  • 1950 days, 5 hours ago
Farm fresh local produce brought to Visalia twice a week by the farmers- life does not get much better than this!
  • betty garza
  • 1950 days, 12 hours ago
My parents live in Lindsay and I love going at night with all the food and entertainment going on. Love it!
  • Charlotte Flanner
  • 1951 days, 8 hours ago
Fresh, Fresh, Fresh! and local and delicious.
  • Anonymous
  • 1952 days, 7 hours ago
The fruit and vegetables are the freshest you can find and the atmosphere is just plain fun for anyone who enjoys the community involvement.
  • Fawn Carriker
  • 1952 days, 10 hours ago
I can count on tasty, locally-grown foods "fresh off the vine", as well as the fun of shopping with other like-minded community members. I can ask the farmers about particular foods, and find new ones. The Tulare County Farmers Market is not just a place to shop, it's an adventure!
  • Sander Valyocsik
  • 1952 days, 11 hours ago
We can buy fresh, locally-grown produce year-round, talk with the people who grow our food, and see friends when we visit our Tulare County Farmers' Market.