from the article in the New York Times – 36 Hours in Sacramento

36 Hours in Sacramento-from The New York Times

Sunday

10 a.m.
11) GOING COUNTRY

It may be stuck under a freeway overpass, but the Sunday Certified Farmers’ Market(Eighth and W Streets; www.california-grown.com) is a country-fresh way to start your day. Open year round from 8 a.m. to noon, the market offers a bounty of white pomegranates, Asian pears, fragrant persimmons, harvested honey, farm-fresh eggs, cut flowers and just-caught fish. It feels like a festive street fair, with nothing but delicious foods.

Here’s the link to the entire article.

36 Hours in Sacramento-from The New York Times

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