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The annual Mill City Farmers' Market is an initiative by the local community, for the local community. Taking place between the Mill City Museum and the Guthrie Theater, the Farmers' Market showcases the variety and quality of locally grown produce, all of which is organic and thus helps create awareness about self-sustainability and an eco-friendly lifestyle. There are plenty of inter actives to choose from over the 5 month period, ranging from lessons in cooking with fresh ingredients to visits to nearby museums. Keep checking their website for the Saturday programs and events, something is bound to catch your fancy!
Midtown Global Market is a diverse marketplace in the Powderhorn area. This market offers ethnic food from all over the world, including Sweden, Italy, Africa, Mexico and more. In addition to the food, there are also eat-in restaurants and unique gift shops that celebrate a myriad of vibrant cultures.
Minneapolis Farmers Market is a bustling market street, over flowing with hoards of vegetables, flowers, spices and other ingredients. The produce grown here is sustainable, using the best of manure and state of the art farming equipment. Minneapolis Farmers Market opened in the year 1937 and has since been occupied in providing the best organic produce in the city.
Established in 1853 and originally housed in a two-story brick building, St. Paul's first public market stayed open year round. Operated by the St. Paul Growers' Association, Inc., the current Saint Paul Farmers' Market is open seasonally and includes many satellite locations throughout the Twin Cities. The main downtown market has been at its current location since 1982. Used as a parking lot during the off-season, this quaint covered market still caters to all who crave freshness. From 167 open-air stalls, local growers offer items including apples, broccoli, eggs, honey, jellies, pumpkins, soaps, syrup, tomatoes and much more. Prices vary, since each grower is independently offering their products to the public. Â