Locally Grown: The Indy Winter Farmers Market in Downtown Indy

city-marketNow is a great time to take a stroll through one of the city’s most historic buildings and connect directly with 55 local farmers and producers. It’s the Indy Winter Farmers Market and it’s taking place at the Indianapolis City Market in downtown Indianapolis now through April 27, 2013.

Choose from a wide array of products, including fresh-baked goods; baby foods; fresh-ground coffee; all-natural creams and cheeses; locally-grown fruits and vegetables; naturally-raised beef, pork, and chicken; eggs and produce throughout their respective seasons; gluten-free products; Mediterranean grocery products; pottery; all-natural cleaning products; seafood, such as wild Alaskan salmon; and even skin care products, to name a few.

The Indy Winter Farmers Market offers a positive contribution to the local Indianapolis community through its encouragement of urban agriculture and sustainable farmland preservation. It’s one thing to buy groceries at some retail grocery chain. It’s quite another to purchase fresh, seasonal products that are made locally.

Visiting the Indy Winter Farmers Market is a great way to support the local economy and encourage a growing food culture that is both socially and environmentally consciousness.

Event Info:

  • Indy Winter Farmers Market at the Indianapolis City Market (West Wing)
  • Indianapolis City Market, 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis
  • Saturdays, Nov. 10 to April 27, 9 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tel. 317-634-9266.
  • Website