“We’re excited about the addition of the Somersville Towne Center Farmers’ Market,” said PCFMA Director John Silviera. “The new market will provide the community with healthy produce options and live entertainment.”
Local farmers and other producers will bring their best spring and summer produce, such as strawberries, stonefruit, cherries, salad greens, Asian produce and later on in the season, terrific melons, tomatoes, peppers and corn, all locally grown and straight from the fields.
The market will also feature live music, featuring visiting bands to give each market week a special touch. Deja Blue will kick things off at the grand opening on Sunday.
The PCFMA is the state’s largest operator of Certified Farmers’ Markets, operating more than 60 markets weekly in the Bay Area during the peak summer months. Certified Farmers’ Markets are locations that offer only California-grown products sold directly to consumers by the farmers that grew, nurtured and harvested the crops. All PCFMA markets accept WIC FMNP (Woman Infant and Children Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program coupons) and EBT (the Golden State advantage food stamp cards).
For more information on the Somersville Towne Center Certified Farmers’ Market, contact the PCFMA at 925-825-9090 or visit www.pcfma.com.