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Trenton Farmers Market, Trenton

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  • This is as good as it gets, with everything from seasonal produce, an outstanding BBQ joint, Hambone Opera, the iconic Pulaski Meats Polish deli, the legendary Cartridge 's, one of the oldest butcher ...  more »
  • Farmers market is a great little local market. Since it is next to Halo Farm it is a great place to go for both.  more »
  • I can't tell you how long I have been going here but I get there every chance I can. Fresh fruit and vegetables are always a plenty. They also have deli counters, a small food court and fresh Amish br...  more »
  • Loved it! My honey took me there for BBQ at hambone Opera. It was great! There were a variety of vendors. The fruit was fresh and baked goods looked high quality
  • Best place within 25 miles for farm fresh veggies. Multiple farms represented, plus the Amish...
  • The Trenton Farmers Market is surely the best Farmers Market in the immediate area, but given the location, that isn't saying a whole lot. It's small, and most of the farmers are charging much more than what you'd pay at the Columbus Farmers Market, for example. But a highlight are the vendors selling hot food and baked goods. By far, these areas of the Farmers Market are the most popular, and during the lunch rush it can be something of a mad house. Get there early, if at all possible. In the cooler months, most of the stalls which would usually house farmer's goods are rented out cheap to people selling flea market type things. It's usually worth a walk through to see if there are any good deals and grab some hot food even in the dead of winter.
  • If I want anything fresh, local, organic, and/or better tasting than your standard supermarket deli and produce fare, this is the place I go. Bonus: the prices are lower too! It's got a variety of selections and I feel good knowing that the Amish products usually don't contain chemicals and preservatives. I've never had a better fresh made pretzel in my life than at the farmer's market.
  • Nice market. Lotsa variety of fruits and vegetables. Fresh !!