Local goods hit market

Greg Bischoff from The Back Forty Farm in Washington sells organic produce and fresh cut flowers at the Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market.

Greg Bischoff from The Back Forty Farm in Washington sells organic produce and fresh cut flowers at the Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market.

The Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market will open for the 2013 season on Wednesday, May 29 from 3 to 6 p.m. at 38 West End Avenue, Old Greenwich.

Every Wednesday through Nov. 20, shoppers will find fresh and locally grown fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, clams, honey, maple syrup, plants, herbs and flowers, as well as cheese, artisan breads, pasta, pies, pet treats, soaps and more. The mission of the Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market is to promote Connecticut farming and producers and to support local businesses.

Check the website for a list of participating farms and vendors and the guest vendor schedule at oldgreenwichfarmersmarket.com.

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