Dallas Farmers Market
A once vibrant section of Dallas could soon be getting a huge facelift. The Dallas Farmers Market was simply a place for farmers to sell goods. But over time, the number of food stands has dwindled.
Vendors and small businesses say the city-owned market is too short on commitment and too long on cumbersome rules.
The City of Dallas is looking for someone to buy all or part of the Farmers Market. City officials say the venture loses close to a million dollars each year. But some vendors say the city is the problem.
The Dallas Farmers Market is looking for new management who are interested in redeveloping the property.
The heatwave is pushing more people to local Farmers Markets to get their produce.
Dallas Farmers Market 1010 S. Pearl Expressway, Dallas, Texas Hours: Open Daily: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (214) 670-5880 http://directory.dfw.cbslocal.com/directory/listing/100/72311-Dallas-Farmers-Market Do you ever wonder where your food actually comes from? Despite how it may appear, […]
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