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Saline Indoor Winter Farmers Market - A Great Place To Shop

Saline Farmers Market provides fresh, local and healthy choices.

Open 9am-noon every Saturday (closed March 16) November-April at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road.

Once you walk into the entrance you will see what brings our regular customers backevery Saturday. We have an abundance of produce - don't miss the incredible Brussel sprouts, large heads of broccoli and cauliflower just to name a few.  There is so much more. We also have the most delicious coffee beans, freshest eggs, baked goods that melt in your mouth, healthy meat choices, local fresh cheese and the list goes on and on. The market is also a great place to buy
holiday gifts as well as to stock up on your favorite soaps, lip balms, candles
and whatever else you use often.

Here is a quote from a happy customer:  “Shopping at the Farmers Market keeps my dollars locally in my community and in the Michigan economy.  I enjoy talking to the farmers and makers of my food directly and developing that relationship.  It feels good to know I am supporting local farming families.  I like knowing that the eggs I bought were from a farmer who does not treat the animals on his farm like a commodity to be packed into small living quarters.  I prefer meat that grazed on a pasture and was herded by farm dogs instead of being trapped in commercial feedlots they cannot escape.”

Come early and shop and then remember to attend the Christmas parade downtown at 5:30.

For more information contact Nancy Crisp, Market Manager at 734 429-3518 or visit our website at cityofsaline.org/farmersmarket.

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