Curious about how farmer’s markets are operating during the pandemic? Southern California’s rich agricultural landscape is one the things that make the area so great. From LA County – to up and down the coast, farmer’s markets have played in important role in the community. But this year things may look just a little bit different because of coronavirus. Here is a guide for which markets are open around Los Angeles.
Many markets have imposed capacity limits on the number of people who are allowed to gather at one market at a time in order to prevent the spread of the virus. In late March/early April, many markets around the Los Angeles area were told to temporarily close down for safety reasons. Many have since opened back up and are implementing social distancing practices within their spaces.
The Following Farmer’s Markets Are in Operation, Implementing Public Safety Protocols:
- Lincoln Heights
- North Hollywood
- Old LA Historic Downtown
- Sherman Oaks
- Adams Vermont
- Melrose Place
- LNR Warner Center in Woodland Hills
So what are you waiting for? Get out to your favorite farmer’s market today! And don’t forget, CA Chef uses only the freshest local produce and ingredients to make all of our nutritious meals.