The Northeast Farmer’s Market returned Dec. 15, when it moved indoors to East Side Food Co-op at 2551 Central Avenue NE.
The indoor market will be open from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. the second Saturday of every month, and will run through April.
A masseuse, a nonprofit organization, musicians, and crafts highlight the inedible items offered at the winter version of the Farmer’s Market. Honey, jams, baked goods, sweets, apples and ice cream will be available to fill your pantry with organic goods.
“We’ll have people who need their apples from the apple guy, or their honey from the honey guy, but we do get a lot of new traffic from the co-op,” said Sarah Knoss, manager of the Northeast Farmer’s Market.
Knoss also mentioned that they will have fresh vegetarian spring rolls for sale, marking the first time there will be prepared food offered at winter Farmer’s Market.