Visit the Largest Farmers' Market in Florida

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Although there are so many farmers' markets to explore throughout the state of Florida, there are some that truly go above and beyond.

The largest farmers' market in the Sunshine State can be found in Hollywood and it is an absolute must-visit. Keep reading to learn more.
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The Yellow Green Farmers Market is considered the largest farmers market in all of Florida complete with over 300 vendors and 100,000 square feet of space.

Open every Saturday year-round, the Yellow Green Farmers is dedicated to providing the strongest community-minded market possible. You'll find local farmers selling everything from produce and meats to nuts, flowers, eggs, plants, and even pastries.
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Most of the items here have been harvested within 8 hours of the market opening and the tastes, smells, and textures that you'll experience while walking through the market can definitely attest to that. It's no wonder that this market is a popular stop for many of the area's top chefs.
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The absolute best place to spend a weekend afternoon, not only can you grab fresh groceries here you'll also find an array of delicious treats.

Start your day off with a coffee from the popular Kay Rico. Next, you can shop the seemingly endless collection of unique sellers offering up everything from discounted clothes to handmade jewelry. End your day exploring the handful of delicious food vendors. The market has something for every type of craving including pizza, Mexican, seafood, Peruvian, Spanish, sushi, and Cajun cuisines.
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There are three parking lots available for the market each one costing $10. Uber and Lyft rides are also highly recommended and the market offers designated drop-off/pick-up locations.

To learn more about the Yellow Green Farmers Market and its vendors, be sure to check out their official site here.

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