Prescott Summer Farmers Market for Healthy Foods
Many cities hold farmers markets throughout the Spring and Summer months when they have an abundance of produce to sell. All kinds of goods are sold at farmers markets, including locally sourced fruits and vegetables (often organic or non-genetically modified), locally made or produced honey, dairy products from nearby dairy farms, and a variety of health-oriented snacks or treats. One of the best ways to find healthy foods for snacking and cooking is to visit the local farmers market in your city. As a dental office that promotes overall healthy habits ranging from physical fitness to oral cleanliness, we’ll always recommend choosing fresh summertime produce in lieu of processed items found on many grocery shelves. We encourage our patients to visit the Prescott Summer Farmers Market for Healthy Foods!
Prescott Summer Farmers Market
What: The Prescott Summer Farmers Market is an outdoor market that has many participating vendors. These sellers offer products like fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, ready-to-eat foods, dairy products, flowers, and healthy, homemade food products.
When: Every Saturday from May 12th to October 27th
Times: Saturdays from 7:30 AM to Noon
Where: Yavapai College, 1100 E Sheldon St, Prescott, AZ 86301
Cost: Free to the public
If you’re looking for fresh produce and want to support local farmers, plan to check out our Prescott Summer Farmers Market, and replace those sugary snacks or evening treats with delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Participating vendors often carry varieties of apples and oranges—both of which are good choices for your health. And as a fibrous fruit, apples have the added benefit of helping to clean your teeth. Our staff at Prescott Dentistry gives a thumbs up to our yearly Summer Farmers Market in Prescott for healthy foods, and to the farmers and vendors who offer nutritious foods that are good for your teeth and your body!
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