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Market Watch: Corona del Mar farmers market is small but mighty

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The 14-year-old Corona del Mar farmers market is modest in size, with 24 vendors, including 10 produce stands and five flower or nursery stands. That's down a bit from a decade ago, and vendors say that sales are off because of the tough economy, but the market still has enough good produce to make it a worthwhile stop for local residents. Read more here at David Karp's weekly Market Watch report, and check out this photo gallery of the season's freshest produce.

Photo: Avocados, including, (left to right) Fuerte, Bacon, Hass and Ettinger, grown by Eli Hofshi in De Luz (Fallbrook), at the Corona del Mar farmers market. Credit: David Karp / For The Times 

 
 
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