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Top Farmers’ Markets on the Big Island

The Big Island has an island culture that is environmentally conscious, self-reliant, and invested in its community. These values are best displayed in public places like Farmers’ Markets. The Big Island has some of the best farmers’ markets in the United States. These cultural hubs are a meeting place and they help Hawaii’s local economy. Locals  know food from Farmers Markets are typically more fresh and less expensive. This article will highlight three fantastic Farmers Markets on the Big Island.

Kona Sunset Market

If you live or are vacationing near on the Kona side of the Big Island, checkout the Kona Sunset Farmers’ Market. You can sense this market’s party vibe. It is open from 2:00 PM to dark every Wednesday. You can find the market on Kamakahea Avenue you will find locally grown, locally made products. Kona Sunset Market’s top priority is offering social and economic opportunities to locals that will allow for greater self-reliance in the local community.

Hilo Market

Hilo’s Farmers’ Market is a great place to visit if you want reliable, fresh produce every day of the week. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the market has over 200 local crafters and farmers. Every other day of the week there are a little over 30 crafters and farmers. If you live in Hilo this a great, reliable market for almost all of your groceries. You can find this marked in historic downtown Hilo, at the corner of Mamo Street and Kamehameha avenue.

Maku’u Farmer’s Market

You can find Maku’u Farmers’ Market on Keaau-Pahoa Road (about 3 miles away from Pahoa).  Maku’u Farmers’ Market a well known Farmers’ Market on the Big Island. This is a fantastic place to listen to live music, indulged in tropical syrup gummi bears, and find fresh produce from all over the island. What visitors like most about this market is its roomy, spacious and it never feels overcrowded. Maku’u Farmer’s Market is the largest market on the island but it never feels overwhelming. It’s a great place to spend Sunday afternoon. Sunday Funday.

In conclusion, Farmers’ Markets are a way to experience local life. Get a taste of where you are. Check-out Farmers’ Markets on the Big Island.

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