The North Bay Farmer’s Market is set to reopen this Saturday down by the Museum and Transit terminal.
According to Donovan Daniel of the Farmer’s Market, there will be some changes.
“We expect things to happen in a safe and orderly fashion,” he explained. “We have launched an online store to house products from our vendors. We will only be running with our food vendors and the product is available online so customers can shop 24/7 and pick up their purchases on Saturday.”
“Our Wednesday season will kick off next Wednesday, meaning shoppers can also pick up their produce on Wednesday as well,” Daniel continued. “The idea of the online store is you can browse and shop in the safe comfort of your home. Once you have made the purchase, you can rest easy knowing you don’t have to handle any cash at the market. We will provide an express lane for customers who wish to pick up and you follow the lines and grab your purchases.”
However, Daniel says for the time being it might be best to keep your pets at home.
“Most of us consider our pets as part of our family,” he said. “With the advisory on, we suggest one person per household shows up and unless your pet is carrying your grocery list, leave them at home.”