Brighton Farmers Market opens

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BRIGHTON, N.Y. (WHEC) — Your chance to get your fresh farm produce is now back in business in Brighton.

The Brighton farmers market opened up Sunday. For farmers, it’s a place to sell their crops locally to local customers.

For the public, it’s a place to find nutritious, local fruits and vegetables, eggs, honey, and now the market accepts food stamps too.

It brings in a long list of businesses like Fisher Hill Farm, Bolton farms, East Hill Creamery, and Shenk Homestead Farm.

"It’s tremendously important to the community because it’s a place where we have music, we have not-for-profit groups here but most importantly people can get food locally produced and not only does it mean a lot to the community it means a lot to our vendors, the farmers and other food producers that are here. This is a big part of their sales," said Bill Moehle, Brighton Town Supervisor."

The Brighton farmers market is open every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. from now through November 20.