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Truro Farmers Market, Truro

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Established in 1979 the Truro Farmers Market Cooperative is home to over 40 vendors each Saturday from April until December. Located in the historic fire hall building, the market is a vibrant gathering place in the heart of the community. It features fresh, local produce, baked goods, specialty crafts, delicious foods to eat on site or take home, NS beer and spirits, meats, cheese, eggs, honey, seafood, flowers, plants and more! Join us for music, children's activities and one stop shopping in this energetic friendly market.
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  • I found that the products were limited and the prices were higher than I expected there. A lot of stuff there was more gimmicky.  more »
  • There is lots of fresh farm produce, home made jams, candles, crafts. Food You name it and it will be there. Nice Saturday, Sunday morning visit for fresh local stuff!  more »
  • Truro is the hub of Nova Scotia; that is, driving into the province from New Brunswick, you must go through Truro to get to Cape Breton, Halifax , the South Shore and the Annapolis Valley. This means ...  more »
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  • A "chique" market. It is very small and there are few options but the vibe is great! The food even better. The vendors are exceptionally freindly. There is an assortment of options but nothing compared to Halifax market...for obvious reasons its a smaller place. However, that means better pricing! I went during the winter months so there was nothing outside. Its well worth the walk through and the cinnamon pretzels are class.
  • Fantastic place on Saturday mornings! Lots of local produce. Love it!
  • Love this little Market. A nice mix of vendors. The vendors are friendly, very approachable about asking g questions.
  • Excellent market..lots of variety and high quality!
  • Delicious local food and skilled artisans make the shopping experience great.