NORWALK, Conn. Come and get your peaches and raspberries, green beans and white onions, too.
That's part of what Marco Idarra of South Glastonbury promised to bring to the Norwalk Health Department's Farmers' Market on Wednesday. Idarra ran out of much of his supplies late last Wednesday but said he would bring an assortment: "white peaches, yellow peaches, maybe nectarines, raspberries, blueberries, radishes peas, corn, lettuce, green beans, white onions and maybe a couple boxes of tomatoes."
Idarra is setting up his market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, just outside the health department's doors at 137 East Ave. That's easily assessable from the City Hall parking lot. The annual farmers' market will run every Wednesday through Nov. 2. Acceptable payments include cash, checks, WIC, SNAP, Senior FMNP and Food Share.
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