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We list in this section THE BEST and MORE PRESTIGIOUS STORES and SHOPPING CENTERS in town.
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Published: July  22, 2014

Homestead Farmers’ Market

South Florida is fortunate to have a number of farmers’ markets; some established long ago, with large number of new ones started in the last few years. What you’ll find on any given day depends on the season and the clientele the market attracts. If you are specifically looking for local produce, buy only from those vendors that are willing to label which farm grew the item and how it was grown (certified organic, grown with no synthetic chemicals, or conventional). For produce, the most relevant question to ask is, “When was it picked?” Farmers who pick the late afternoon before to ensure the most nutrient–dense (and thus tastiest) produce are selling something worth far more than the extra cost. Note: though they may call themselves a “farmers’ market”, markets with one vendor only are listed in our Farm Stores, Markets & U–Picks section. Vendor counts come directly from the market managers.

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Address :

Losner Park 104 N Krome Ave Homestead, FL 33030

Phone :

+1 305 342 5844

Schedule :

Mondays: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm; December – April

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Published: July  22, 2014

Homestead Farmers’ Market

South Florida is fortunate to have a number of farmers’ markets; some established long ago, with large number of new ones started in the last few years. What you’ll find on any given day depends on the season and the clientele the market attracts. If you are specifically looking for local produce, buy only from those vendors that are willing to label which farm grew the item and how it was grown (certified organic, grown with no synthetic chemicals, or conventional). For produce, the most relevant question to ask is, “When was it picked?” Farmers who pick the late afternoon before to ensure the most nutrient–dense (and thus tastiest) produce are selling something worth far more than the extra cost. Note: though they may call themselves a “farmers’ market”, markets with one vendor only are listed in our Farm Stores, Markets & U–Picks section. Vendor counts come directly from the market managers.