NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The countdown to fresh fruit, veggies and flowers has begun, with the New Fairfield Farmers Market set to open Saturday, June 11 for the summer season.
The market, held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, in the lower lot of St. Edward’s Church at 21 Brush Hill Road, is a go-to destination for lovers of all things fresh and local.
New this year, Deep Roots Farm says they will be bringing fresh salad blends, kale microgreens and radishes for the start of the market. They will also have pickles, pesto, organic veggie and herb starts.
But veggies aren't the only thing you will find at the farmer's market. Wild S&J will have organic hair, body, baby and pet soaps. They'll also have a selection of natural products including magnesium oil, tinctures and pet flea and tick powder.
Market organizers said all of the old favorites will also be on hand in addition to several new vendors.
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