Commitment to purchasing unsold product gave participating vedors comfort level in early going
Farmers markets are sprouting up all over the place, it seems, but that can be misleading. Given the time and financial commitment farmers must make to take their goods to these informal exchanges, there must be a certain level of confidence that the costs will be worth the payback. For this reason, those “ubiquitous” farmers markets are really only “ubiquitous” in affluent areas within easy reach of the country. The Cleveland Clinic, located in the heart of Cleveland's urban east side, is ...
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