Kick off time for the opening of Farmers’ Markets across the Upper East Side of Texas has never tasted so good.
Some markets began operating in April and others are opening in May. They are adjusting their space to make sure all safe distancing measures are taken.
The Centers for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) continues to ask people to stay six feet away from people outside those living together, wear a face mask, wash hands often and use hand sanitizer.
The Upper East Side of Texas is home to many farmers and the towns hosting markets make it possible for them to have a good place to sell and for consumers to buy. There’s no food so tasty as that which has traveled from one source and grown mostly just in recent days.
The shortest supply chain possible means the freshest, most nutritious, and delicious produce to make meals especially good.
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