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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.


Alemany Farmers' Market

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The Alemany Farmers' Market was the very first farmers' market in all of California, and it remains the only city-run market in San Francisco. Often referred to as the "people's market" for its affordability and as the "grandaddy" of farmer's markets for its history, Alemany—long a leader in the movement for the availability of sustainable and affordable produce—is a perfect place to explore the fruits of our small farms' labor. // Saturdays from dawn to dusk; 100 Alemany Blvd. (Bernal Heights), sfgov.org.

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

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