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Your spring guide to LA's farmers markets
If you’re only visiting the farmers markets close to you, you’re barely raking the surface. SoCal has dozens of these fresh-picked attractions, and most offer a lot more than fruits and veggies. Here’s a handy guide by neighborhood to help you plan your next produce adventure.
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