Archive for October, 2013
In the United States, there are more than 2,500 different varieties of apples that are grown. But despite the fact that there are so many types and the volume produced by apple trees is so high, the majority of apples are still picked by hand every fall. While some are packed into containers and shipped all across the country, others are sent to farmer’s markets where you can go to buy the freshet local produce. Upstate NY is one of the best apple-growing regions in the country, and by going to a public market Rochester residents and visitors will be able to enjoy all kinds of products made from the tasty fruit. Fortunately, there is more than one farmers market Rochester’s residents have to choose from.
The Rochester Public Market
Located at 280 Union St., the Rochester Public Ma