The Ann Arbor Farmers Market adds more services after hosting a soft re-opening earlier this month.
Residents can now make on-site purchases, in addition to using the pre-order and pick-up system the market rolled out three weeks ago. Stefanie Stauffer is the farmers market manager and says shoppers will notice physical changes at the market.
Stefanie Stauffer: There are certain areas of the market that are one-way, and everything is marked with signage, as well as tape on the ground.
Both cash and credit are accepted, but it depends on the vendor. As of now, the market is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 am to 12:00 pm.
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