San Ramon, CA

It's Local Food Only at the San Ramon Farmer's Market

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The San Ramon Farmers Market is a great place to go if you want to buy local produce. The market is held every Saturday in the parking lot of City Center Bishop Ranch. There are a lot of different vendors at the market, and it seems like the market has been getting bigger in recent years.

This is a California Certified Farmers Market, which means that all of the vendors need to be selling local produce. That way, you can be sure that you’re getting products that were actually grown locally in California. You won’t find tropical fruit or other non-local items here, nor will you find out-of-season produce. Everything you get will be fresh, local, and often grown within a few hundred miles of the Bay Area.

What you will find at the farmers market are a lot of different local fruits and vegetables, as well as local honey. In addition to produce, you’ll find a lot of stands selling artisan crafts and other products.

You’ll also find a lot of food options at the farmers market. There are food trucks and stands selling food, as well as live music. The music makes the experience more fun. You can sit down at a table and listen to the music while you eat, or groove out to the music as you walk around.

The San Ramon Farmers Market is a great place to go if you want to buy local produce or if you want to listen to live music. Check it out the next time you need ingredients for some weekend meal prep, or want a cool place to check out in San Ramon.

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