The Saturday Farmers market is our source for trusted organic greens, fruit, honey and flowers. Not everything is organic, so if that is important to you ask. Remember that there is a difference between organic, organic certified and pesticide free. Organics can be sprayed with organic pesticides. In any case you can enjoy the market and know you are helping yourself and local farmers.
It does not get much better than this.
This time in transit journey so I could not fill the bag with primeur vegetables and much else that attracts along State Street this Tuesday.Is there anything better than filling your market basket with these eye-popping vegetables.Happy are you who live here.
Beautiful fruits and vegetables. If I lived here, I’d be there all the time. Everything was do fresh looking and very clean. Bought strawberries that we sooooo sweet.
Even without the need to buy something highly recommended. You will find lots of locally grown products there (many of the organic).
What an amazing feast for the eyes, the nose and the palate. Such variety, such quality, and amazing value compared with Gelson’s or Lazy Acres. Yes, their produce is good, but the farmers’ market trumps them! And what friendly stallholders too.
The farmers market changes locations everyday, so be sure to check the schedule on their website.
We visited on a Sunday morning, when it was in Goleta at the Camino Real Shopping Center. It wasn’t that large (just a row of stalls), but they obviously aim for quality over quantity. In addition to fruits and vegetables, there are also flowers, jams, nuts, and even balloon animals for the kiddos.
We had only planned to come and take a look at the Farmers Market, but we actually ended up buying lots of produce for the remainder of our Santa Barbara trip.
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