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Ripe and Ready: Summit Farmers Market '18 Set to Debut

The Market's vendors will again offer fresh, locally-sourced produce and foods.

SUMMIT, NJ - Regarded as one of the Garden State’s best farmers markets, the Summit Farmers Market's 23rd year of providing fresh, locally-sourced food and produce to the Hilltop City and surrounding communities is set to begin, with the grand opening slated for April 22.

The Market will be open from 8 am. to 1 p.m. every Sunday through November 18, located in Park & Shop Lot #2, at the corner of DeForest Avenue and Maple Street. Many of last year’s vendors will be returning to the market which, this year, will feature three additions: Baker’s Bounty, Kimchi Culture, and Sweet Carol’s.

Kris Ohleth, creator of Garden State Kitchens, is the Market's new on-site market manager for the 2018 season, having previously worked with three Market vendors.

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The Give It Fresh Today (G.I.F.T.) program will celebrate its seventh season at the market. For more information or to volunteer at the G.I.F.T. booth, visit signupgenius.com.

For more information about the Summit Farmers Market visit summitdowntown.org, or contact the Farmers Market Administrator at marin@summitdowntown.org.

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