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Farmers’ Cooperative Market of East Liberty

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Farmers’ Cooperative Market of East Liberty
Address:
344 Sheridan Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, Pennsylvania 15206
Phone #: 412-661-4414
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Farmers-Market-Cooperative-of-East-Liberty-283258215040616/
County: Allegheny
Description:

The Farmers' Cooperative Market of East Liberty is a permanent, indoor farmers' market.  We are open every Saturday, year-round, from 5 am to 12 noon. We are located in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, making us the only year-round market operation in our city. We are one of the only sources of locally grown meat and fresh produce during Pittsburgh's winter months.  Our vendors offer a wide variety of products - from fresh fruits and vegetables, locally produced meats, local cheeses, freshly roasted coffee, eggs, soaps, and many other items!  We are the oldest continuously operating market in western Pennsylvania. We are 76 years old - the first day of operation was July 5th, 1941!

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We’re excited to be publishing our 2nd annual Western PA Local Food Guide on January 1, 2020 in time for the PA Farm Show! This directory of farms, farmers markets, CSAs, etc. will also contain local food tips, hacks & know how from farms, food businesses and food resource organizations. We help consumers connect to tools and resources to know how and where to access local, real, healthy food year-round. Download the submission form HERE

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