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Brattleboro Farmers' Market

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Brattleboro Farmers' Market

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I really liked this farmers market, it might be the best one I've been to. Great vibe here, with a lot of different vendors, all of whom are friendly and informative. We stopped at the chocolate booth, granola, gluten free bakery, the kabob truck, and many others. Great variety
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There was an amazing variety of food vendors and farmers. There were handmade goods such as alpaca products, jewelry vendors, ethnic foods, cider donuts and pastries and coffee. There were numerous picnic tables set in the center, recycling and garbage cans readily available.
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Absolutely wonderful products, fresh from the farm. We were traveling, so couldn’t buy a lot, but I even bought a bunch of their beautifully fresh turnips (these are Vermont’s state vegetable) to eat raw! They were delicious. Many artisans sharing their crafts, as well as
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Amazing artists beside farmers, wine makers, bakers, and massage therapists. With live music to boot. A great place to get cultural food fix, locally made gifts and more! Make sure to make new friends at the communal tables.. and make room for others if your done.
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We loved our stop here -- there are lots of stalls and they're made of wood and remain from week to week, giving the place a more charming atmosphere than some tents that are popped up temporarily. There were lots of vendors, and we found not only produce, but also lots of
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