Farmers markets are a big part of the local economy.
In the suburbs, you’ll find them in many of the major cities, like Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
But in places like the South, like Atlanta, where I grew up, they are still relatively rare.
But a new study by the Urban Land Institute shows that the South has one of the highest concentrations of farmers markets in the country.
And while Atlanta may be the only big city in the South that is a major food hub, other places are catching up.
Here are 10 places where you can find a farmers market.1.
Georgia: Atlanta’s Farmers Market is a favorite of Atlanta’s locals.
It’s one of several farmers markets around the country, and the best in the city is in Atlanta, which is a city of roughly 7.3 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Georgia Market, which opened in 2014, has a variety of different vendors selling food and produce, including vendors from the Georgia Department of Agriculture, local restaurants and local food producers.
The Atlanta Market also has a huge number of vendors who make sure that the food you buy is healthy, and that your purchases are free of any preservatives or additives.2.
Kansas City, Missouri: The Kansas City Farmers Market has been a staple in Kansas City for more than 30 years.
The market opened in 1997 and is now in its second year.
The farmers market has a good variety of vendors, including a number of local restaurants.
KCS Farmers Market sells local produce, meat, and vegetables, and has a number different types of farmers’ markets and restaurants that are open to the public.
There are a number restaurants at the Farmers Market that specialize in meat and poultry, but the largest portion of the market’s sales are made up of organic meats, dairy products, and dairy-free cheeses.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The largest of the three major food markets in Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Farmers Market offers fresh produce, baked goods, and prepared foods for the entire city.
It is a great place to get fresh produce from your local farmers market or pick up a bag of groceries for your local grocer.
The area has a very active local farmers’ market.
You can also shop for meat at the farmers market at a large farmers’ Market in Milwaukee.4.
San Diego, California: The San Diego Farmers Market opened in 2008 and is a large, vibrant, food-centric market in the heart of San Diego.
The San Diegans have a variety the market has to offer, from organic produce, to meat and seafood, to seafood, fresh fruit, and other local foods.
Miami, Florida: Miami’s Farmers’ Market has become a staple for locals, many of whom work in local restaurants, who bring the market food to the city.
The food is often local, but not only local, and you can expect to see local produce and meats.
You’ll also find a number local restaurants in the area.
New York City: The New York Farmers Market also sells locally sourced produce and local produce goods.
But the best part about the New York Market is that it’s open year round, making it a great destination for visitors who want to see how fresh produce is grown and for the foodies who want the freshest food on the market.
San Francisco, California-based MarketBasket: MarketBaskets is one of three major farmers markets on the East Coast and a major hub for the region’s food-producing and dining communities.
Its flagship Farmers Market in Manhattan is a place to see what the food is like in a city where many locals work.
New Jersey-based Garden Market: The Garden Market is an outdoor market where you will find fresh produce and meat.
It has a large market area, a large selection of vendors for local restaurants to sell their products to, and it also has some outdoor seating, which makes it a popular spot for farmers’ fairs and other events.9.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Urban Market: Philadelphia’s Urban Market has the largest farmers’ and food-related markets in Philadelphia.
The Urban Market is located in the Philadelphia area, and many of its vendors offer a wide variety of produce and food products.
New Orleans, Louisiana-based Mardi Gras: The popular parade of food vendors at the Mardi-Gras Parade is one way that many of these local vendors cater to a diverse audience.
The Parade’s farmers’ offerings range from fresh produce to meat, cheeses, meats, and more.
The largest portion (50 percent) of the vendors are local, with about two-thirds of the area’s farmers market vendors being locals.