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Summer favorites abound at the Farmers Market

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 20, 2012

By Sue Davis
For the Salisbury Post
Favorite summer vegetables are available at the market this week. Every vendor has a selection of corn, tomatoes, peppers, green beans, squash and cucumbers freshly picked from their fields.
What is interesting are the new varieties of these favorites.

Continue reading about the varieties and news about the market at FarmCarolina.com – all about Food, Garden and Farm!
http://www.farmcarolina.com/article/Summer-favorites-abound-at-the-Farmers-Market

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