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Farmers market maintains steady home in downtown Hayward

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Shoppers sift through fruits and vegetables at the farmers market in downtown Hayward on Saturday near City Hall. The market has been an institution in the city for more than 20 years and is open year round, every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, rain or shine. The market features more than 35 farmers, food purveyors, and artisans selling locally grown organic produce, seafood, pastured eggs, cheese, nuts, honey breads, baked goods, plants, fresh-cut flowers, pre-packed cold and hot foods, artisanal crafts and jewelry.

Shoppers sift through fruits and vegetables at the farmers market in downtown Hayward on Saturday near City Hall. The market has been an institution in the city for more than 20 years and is open year round, every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, rain or shine. The market features more than 35 farmers, food purveyors, and artisans selling locally grown organic produce, seafood, pastured eggs, cheese, nuts, honey breads, baked goods, plants, fresh-cut flowers, pre-packed cold and hot foods, artisanal crafts and jewelry.

Photo by Kedar Dutt/The Pioneer

Photo by Kedar Dutt/The Pioneer

Shoppers sift through fruits and vegetables at the farmers market in downtown Hayward on Saturday near City Hall. The market has been an institution in the city for more than 20 years and is open year round, every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, rain or shine. The market features more than 35 farmers, food purveyors, and artisans selling locally grown organic produce, seafood, pastured eggs, cheese, nuts, honey breads, baked goods, plants, fresh-cut flowers, pre-packed cold and hot foods, artisanal crafts and jewelry.

Kedar Dutt,
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Nectarines, plums, and lemons at the Hayward Farmers Market.

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