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Two new farmers markets in town: Sherman Oaks and Temple City

Raspberries 
Spring always brings a new crop of farmers markets, as operators time openings to capitalize on the seasonal abundance and diversity of produce. Two new venues, in Sherman Oaks and Temple City, offer good selections of vendors under capable managers. They're not as large as longer-established markets, of course, but should flourish and grow if supported by their communities. Read more in this week's Market Watch report by David Karp, and check out his photo gallery look at the freshest produce arriving at local farmers markets.

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Baba raspberries grown by Chuy Berry Farms in Arroyo Grande, at the Sherman Oaks farmers market. (David Karp / April 16, 2011)

 
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