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Certified Farmer’s Market Palm Desert Relocates To San Pablo

A celebratory and socially distanced ribbon cutting will take place at 8 a.m. Wednesday.

“The market’s move to San Pablo capitalizes on the street’s recently reimagined pedestrian and bicycle friendly design, according to the city.

PALM DESERT, CA — The Certified Farmers Market Palm Desert has a fresh, new address starting Wednesday.

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On December 2, the weekly market is moving from its existing location in Entrada del Paseo to debut at its new location on San Pablo Avenue.

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A celebratory and socially distanced ribbon cutting will take place at 8 a.m. with the first 250 shoppers receiving Unite Palm Desert reusable grocery bags from the City of Palm Desert booth.

“The Market’s move to San Pablo capitalizes on the street’s recently reimagined pedestrian and bicycle friendly design and will begin to realize the centrally located venue’s potential as a new outdoor community event space,” according to a statement from the city.

San Pablo will be closed between Alessandro Drive and San Gorgonio Way every Wednesday morning for the market, which runs from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., October through April.

A perennial favorite, Palm Desert’s Certified Farmers’ Market gives residents and visitors an opportunity to shop for farm fresh produce and other artisanal products.

The market’s nearly two-dozen farms are regionally-based, most within 100 miles of Palm Desert, and provide a wide assortment of fruits and vegetables.

In addition to the wonderful produce, the market offers a mouthwatering array of other products such as farm raised meats, eggs, cheeses, honey, organic coffee, flowers, prepared foods, chocolates, soaps, and more.

For more details, visit http://discoverpalmdesert.com/certified-farmers-market

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