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Get Fresh: A Bountiful Guide to San Francisco Farmers' Markets

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There's no lovelier time than spring in the Bay Area to shop for fresh produce at our many farmers markets.

So skip the grocery store and use our guide to find the market nearest you. You'll be supporting local ag and saving money all while chomping on the most mesmerizing produce of the season.


Clement Street Farmers' Market

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The Clement Street Farmers' Market is run by the Agricultural Institute of Marin, which means it's sure to be fresh and fancy. And with more than 50 vendors (golly!), they'll have everything you could possibly dream of: honey, bread, locally grown organic produce, local seafood, grass-fed meats, nuts, hot food, fresh-cut flowers, and much more. This market spans two long blocks and is always buzzing with activity. // Sundays 9am to 2pm; Clement St. at 3rd Ave. (Inner Richmond), agriculturalinstitute.org

*This post has been updated since it was originally published on May 12, 2017.

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