The Lexington Farmers Markets, which sells fresh seasonal produce like tomatoes, has built a following with consumers that resulted in at least $3.2 million sales in 2014. That is expected to grow by 5 percent to 15 percent, to at least $5.2 million, in 2020, according to a new University of Kentucky study on the local food economy.
The Lexington Farmers Markets, which sells fresh seasonal produce like tomatoes, has built a following with consumers that resulted in at least $3.2 million sales in 2014. That is expected to grow by 5 percent to 15 percent, to at least $5.2 million, in 2020, according to a new University of Kentucky study on the local food economy. Janet Patton jpatton1@herald-leader.com
The Lexington Farmers Markets, which sells fresh seasonal produce like tomatoes, has built a following with consumers that resulted in at least $3.2 million sales in 2014. That is expected to grow by 5 percent to 15 percent, to at least $5.2 million, in 2020, according to a new University of Kentucky study on the local food economy. Janet Patton jpatton1@herald-leader.com

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