4 Ways We Support Farmers Markets
1. See Real Food
The fruits and vegetables you buy at the farmer’s market are the freshest available. Having produce displayed visually on your website is the attention grab everyone is looking for. If updated weekly/bi-weekly/monthly (fresh from the farm), your customers will be thrilled.
2. Enjoy the Season
Promoting the idea of buying at the farmer’s market is seasonal and exciting. Shopping from the farmer’s market helps the public reconnect with the cycles of nature in your region and discover new recipes or new ways to cook. ‘Enjoying the Season’ blog campaign can be much fun and educational at the same time.
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3. Support Small Business Farmers
Highlighting your Small Business Farmers on your website is an incredible way to support each other. Buying directly from farmers gives them a better ROI for their produce. By providing a profile on your website, your customers will now have an opportunity to meet and talk to the farmers and food artisans. This introduction is an excellent opportunity to learn more about how and where food is produced.
4. Spice of Life
How fun is the variety at your Farmers Market? Showcase the red carrots, a rainbow of heirloom tomatoes, purple cauliflower, green garlic, maitake mushrooms, and much more. Your customers will appreciate the fantastic opportunity to savor the biodiversity of our planet. Your website will provide tips on how to cook the ingredients they buy. Still, farmers and artisans at the farmer’s market are willing to provide plenty of free advice about cooking the foods they are selling. Why not promote a free seasonal cooking class online?
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