West Sac mobile farmer’s market brings cheaper produce to residents

As prices at grocery stores rise, a mobile farmers market is now making the rounds with hopes of bringing customers some produce at a lower cost. The Center for Land-Based Learning made a stop in West Sacramento on Sunday. Organizers said its mission is to provide access to high-quality foods that are grown locally to all income brackets. On Sunday, the farmers were set up in front of the business Franquette, off Bridge Street. During the week, the mobile farmer’s market will make its way to low-income neighborhoods to offer discounts. “The reason it is so important is because it’s one thing to be able to grow the food, but it’s another thing to be able to get the food to the people in the community,” said Rachel Davidson, with Center for Land-Based Learning . “And so we really believe wholeheartedly that every single person in a community regardless of zip code regardless of income should have access to locally grown nutrient dense food.”On Tuesday, you can find them at Margaret McDowell Manor and Bryte Park in West Sacramento. To see all the stops on the docket, click here.

As prices at grocery stores rise, a mobile farmers market is now making the rounds with hopes of bringing customers some produce at a lower cost.

The Center for Land-Based Learning made a stop in West Sacramento on Sunday.

Organizers said its mission is to provide access to high-quality foods that are grown locally to all income brackets.

On Sunday, the farmers were set up in front of the business Franquette, off Bridge Street. During the week, the mobile farmer’s market will make its way to low-income neighborhoods to offer discounts.

“The reason it is so important is because it’s one thing to be able to grow the food, but it’s another thing to be able to get the food to the people in the community,” said Rachel Davidson, with Center for Land-Based Learning . “And so we really believe wholeheartedly that every single person in a community regardless of zip code regardless of income should have access to locally grown nutrient dense food.”

On Tuesday, you can find them at Margaret McDowell Manor and Bryte Park in West Sacramento.

To see all the stops on the docket, click here.

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