Farmer's Market Season Begins

 
 
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(July 2019) - The Downtown Farmer's Market has been a hub for local start-up food and artisan businesses since beginning in 1992, and the 27th summer is no different!

While strolling through Pioneer Park on Saturday mornings, keep your peeled for the round orange Spice Logo, denoting a number of chefs there as graduate or participating entrepreneurs. In the prepared food section, you can regularly find a line of customers anticipating Jamaican street fare by Jamaica's Kitchen, and on a semi-regular basis Namash Swahili Cuisine and Kuya Del will be rotating in for absent businesses.

 
Farmer's Market Season Begins
 

For those looking for sweets, head to the west side of the park for meringues and fruity curd by M Cuisine and Bake Shop. Similarly to last summer's Spice Kitchen Incubator booth, businesses with packaged goods will share this space to test and sell new products. You can look forward to spicy tomato chutney by Sikkim Momo, green papaya slaw by Kuya Del, Ashikat Kitchen's cabbage dolmas and baklava, and so much more!

In addition to the Downtown SLC Farmer's Market, Spice businesses can be spotted selling global cuisine at the Historic Wheeler Farmer's Market, Daybreak Farmer's Market, Liberty Park Market, and the Sunnyvale and New Roots Farmer's Markets.