With grocery stores seeing increased demand due to more people cooking at home and farmers missing sales due to the loss of restaurant business, purchasing some of your needs from the farmer’s market may be more enticing than ever. In addition, staying outside and shopping without a cart are ways you can increase the protection of yourself and your family.
While some farmer’s markets may not be open or may have adjusted their hours, many of them are open and vendors are bringing more with them than ever as they try to make up on missed sales. Before you head to your local market, check online for any current requirements they may have instituted to protect you and others. It may be necessary to wear a mask or not touch things and allow the vendors to select your items for you. You may want to bring your own bags or a basket to put your purchases in as well. Here are some local markets that are currently open. Let us know if you have shopped at other markets recently that are open.
Urban Harvest Market, Houston
Memorial Villages Farmers Market, Houston
Eleanora’s Market, Houston
Westchase District Farmer’s Market, Houston
Fulshear Farmer’s Market, Fulshear
Houston Farmer’s Market, Houston
The Woodlands Farmer’s Market at Grogan’s Mill, The Woodlands
Theiss Farms Market, Klein and The Woodlands
Old Town Spring Farmer’s Market, Spring
There are lots of options to bring your family fresh produce and other items including meat and dairy products from the local farmer’s markets.
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