Farmers' market

Farmers' markets are markets, usually held out-of-doors, in public spaces, where farmers can sell their produce to the public.
Products at farmers' markets are renowned for being
locally-grown and very fresh. Proponents of farmers' markets reason that since locally-grown produce does not travel as far to get to your table, the difference in mileage saves fossil fuels, allows farmers to pick produce at the peak of flavor, and preserves the nutritional content of fresh produce.

A farmers' market near the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
North Gower Farmers' Market, near Ottawa, in Ontario, Canada.

Roadside farmers' market in Bridgehampton, New York

Floating market of Cần Thơ, Mekong Delta, Vietnam.