There’s no shortage of farmers markets in Texas to keep your fridge stocked to the max with the best produce. But if you’re passing through or live nearby, be sure to stop by these top-of-the-line destinations for the freshest farm products around.
5 – Shop to the tune of live music as the Dripping Springs Farmers Market, a Wednesday afternoon spectacle full of ready-to-eat delicacies and the best ingredients for your next meal. From kombucha to herbs to meat and baked goods, find everything you need right here.
4 – The Texas Farmers Market in Austin (at Lakeline on Saturdays and Mueller on Sundays and Wednesdays) is the city’s go-to spot for producer-only goods, face painting, demos and more. The market also promotes fresh food for all Texans through their Food Access Program.
3 – Stock up on soaps, spices, pasta, and plants at the Grand Prairie Farmers Market. With regular special events and a holiday market in December, there’s always something to enjoy here. Oh, and you might spot some produce at some point too.
2 – Home to arts and cuisine, the El Paso Downtown Art and Farmers Market is the perfect place to do the groceries and find handmade gifts for anyone on your birthday or holiday lists. Local artists showcase their work and offer free arts and crafts activities amongst the freshly picked produce.
And the No. 1 farmers market in Texas is … the Dallas Farmers Market. Taking up a 26,000-square foot building, it features not only fresh fruits, veggies, and farm products but also market shops and restaurants open seven days a week, including artisanal and specialty foods.
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