(Courtesy of Ferry Building)

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.


Divisadero Farmers' Market

(Courtesy of Divisadero Farmer's Market)

The Divis market is small and community-minded, with options for classics such as berries, stone-fruit, and vegetables, as well as eggs, seafood, and cheese. Visit Achadinha Cheese for fresh, unique goat cheeses and consider whipping up some roasted summer carrots and early-season apricots with California honey and earthy goat cheese crumbled over the top. Summer never tasted so good. // Sundays 10am to 2pm; 1326 Grove St. (NoPa), pcfma.org

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

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