Milton’s Habitat for Humanity ReStore held its first Fresh Farm Market on Wednesday as a way to connect with the community and allow local producers to sell their items.
European pastries, sausages, fresh milk, honey and kettle corn were a few items for sale. The market will be held every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Although the market was held on the side-yard of ReStore, the staff said an additional goal is to bring foot traffic into the shop because money spent in the store is given right back to the community.
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