Every year I assume the Farmer’s Market closes for the season on Labor Day. Every year I am wrong. So if you feared you missed the last Farmer’s Market, you are in luck.
The final week for the Farmer’s Market is September 25th. Thanks so Kelli Diann Billips, the operations manager for the Seattle Farmers Market Association, for confirming the date.
The job of this post was done with the headline, but to add a little more content to justify clicking the link, here is an interesting passage from the Vendor manual:
SFMA requires all prepared food vendors to contain, at minimum, 18% of ingredients sourced from Washington state farms, preferably from other SFMA vendors. SFMA will hold complete audits for proper documentation of supplier sourcing. Inability to produce sourcing verification may result in termination. Management will work with current prepared food vendors to reach compliance with this policy.
So when you indulge in the naan, know that at least 18% of the ingredients were sourced within the state.