From relishing the best fruits/vegetables at the peak of freshness to meeting the local farmers who grow your food, there are countless reasons to support the farmers market around the corner. The Pasadena farmers markets have never been better and if you are looking to buy a home to the area, new to farmers markets, or love good food, this is the place to be. Food at the farmers market is not transported using traditional shipping methods which consume fossil fuels at an alarming rate and the food is grown in a more environmentally friendly way compared to most corporate farms that provide food to your local grocery store.
Besides that, the fruits, vegetables, and other products you buy at the farmers market are the freshest and tastiest available —no gassing to simulate the ripening process, no sitting for weeks in storage, and a big portion of the vendors are growing without the use of pesticides. This food is as real as it gets—fresh from the farms of California. Pasadena is no stranger to this and we welcome our local vendors with open arms and empty stomachs.
We, at Pasadena Views Real Estate Team & 365 Things to Do in Pasadena, were trying to figure out a way to spread awareness about these hidden gems found throughout the city weekly, so we came up with this:
“Whats Fresh in Pasadena? (A Bi-Monthly Guide to Pasadena Farmers Markets)”
This article will be a weekly series posted every Friday to highlight unique vendors, recipes, and seasonal produce found at Farmers Markets all around the Pasadena area!
This Friday (3/29) we will be starting our green journey with the Pasadena Farmers Market @ Pasadena High School (2925 Sierra Madre Blvd., Pasadena) where we will feature an amazing almond vendor and family farm that transforms delicious organic Yemetz Almonds into some of the best almond butter you will ever taste in your life!
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