I buy produce locally at the farmer’s markets on Sundays and Mondays. Why do we need a co-op to sell these same items?

A:

Our Farmers’ Markets provide vendors with only five hours on Sunday and four hours on Monday afternoon to sell local produce. The markets provide customers with an opportunity to meet their farmers and buy local produce but it’s not enough to sustain local farmers and food artisans. A grocery co-op will provide farmers with both more capacity and extended hours to sell their produce.

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