JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - A local farmers market is getting ready to kick off another season.
The ETSU Farmers Market will reopen on Thursday, April 4th. That market is held in the parking lot between the D.P. Culp Center and Roy S. Nicks Hall.
Products consumers can look for include fresh seasonal produce, artisan breads, donuts, baked goods, goat cheese, granolas, cut flowers and dried chiles. New additions include a maker of gourmet chocolates and a prepared-food vendor who sells locally made sausages with homemade mustard and sauerkraut. There will be a noticeable increase in meat availability, as four sellers will offer such items as pork, grass-fed beef, breakfast sausages, chicken and goat.
The farmers market at ETSU's third season will run every Thursday through May 2nd from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
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