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Roadside veg / Seattle

Fritz | Aug 18, 200210:18 AM    

It seems to me that there are fewer Washington farmers coming over to this side of the Cascades in trucks loaded with produce to sell streetside. During the summer I haven't seen see the usual "Yakima Produce" signs at various places--a guy with a scale & cherries, peaches, corn, whatever. Should be able to find fresh Washington corn this week at 12 ears for $1 somewhere. Can anyone suggest some intersections in Seattle and/or the Eastside? I know about the organized neighborhood markets but those are only once per week, and not always convenient,,, Thanks.

Maybe the politicians took some "campaign contributions" from Safeway and passed a law prohibiting this practice in the name of public safety or anti-terrorism???

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