As number of Marin markets grows, far...

As number of Marin markets grows, farmers feel the pinch

There are 41 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Feb 19, 2010, titled As number of Marin markets grows, farmers feel the pinch. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

After seeing first hand how a farmers market transformed the Oakland neighborhood of Grand Lake, Kelly Smith was determined to bring one to the defunct grocery plaza at Marinwood.

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Since: Apr 09

Marin County, CA

#41 Feb 25, 2010
MAI is whining about permits issued to markets that aren't "certified". Well, the list indicates which are "certified" and which aren't.

The "certified" label you love so much, MAI, is just that--a label. It's not a license to put your competition out of business.

Quit whining and put on better markets. THAT will win you the customers.

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