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Salt Lake City — A winter farmers market returned to Downtown Salt Lake on Nov. 9 at the Rio Grande Depot with more than 50 local vendors. Local produce was available from 16 area farms, as well as an array of other local products, including meat, honey, jam and salsa. The market is scheduled to be held every other Saturday through April.
“I think it will really surprise people just how much fresh produce is available at this time of year, making it easy to eat seasonally, which makes sense to our wallets and our bodies,” said Alison Einerson, Winter Market manager.
The Winter Market is a precursor to a daily year-round public market, which is slated to be constructed in the Rio Grande neighborhood in the years to come. The long-range plan aims to redevelop and revitalize the Rio Grande neighborhood.