1 Support your local farmers.

2 It tastes better when it's fresh.

Most grocery store food travels a minimum of 1,500 miles to your table.

3 Local food = local economy.

Generating over 1 million in sales in Middle Tennessee!

4 Connect with your community.

As opposed to a normal grocery, you actually get the chance to talk to and make real connections with the people at farmers markets.

5 Know your farmer, know your food.

Those healthy-sounding labels at the grocery store usually aren?t all that healthy or humane. Getting to know your farmer is the best way to know more about your food and where it comes from.