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Farmtastic is Coming July 9 and August 6

It's not Fantastic, it's Farmtastic! That's because face painting, balloon twisting and watermelon games are part of the fun on July 9. On August 6, there'll be mini ponies from A Place for Peanut and pickle making. And, if you ever wondered…
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Great Things Happening at the Farmers Market

Great things are happening at the Westchase District Farmers Market. We've been seeing a steady increase in market-goers as people feel safer about getting out and more businesses reopen. Thanks to our vendors' commitment and observance…
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Farmers Market Open for the Community Amid Outbreak

As of now, the Westchase District Farmers Market is continuing to operate as planned. Coming to the Farmers Market helps support small business and is an alternative way to get food while supporting vendors. As an open air market, the farmers…
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Lettuce Romaine Calm

A recent outbreak of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona has consumers concerned about what lettuce is safe to eat. Because labels on romaine lettuce do not often list growing regions, it can be difficult for a consumer…
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Manager's Memo: Feeling Lost on the Path to Wellness

  All this clean living can be quite confusing.... Is it 10,000 steps and 8 glasses of water or is it 8,000 steps and 10 glasses of water? How big should the glass be anyway – should they be eight ounces, 10 ounces or 16 ounces?…
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Establishing Healthy Habits

After the first week of the new year nearly 40 percent of the best intentions have already failed. In many cases people will list out all the things and behaviors that they want to change – it can be overwhelming. Even Allstate Insurance’s…
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Manager's Memo: What's Up, Doc?

I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV. As we start a new year, it is traditional that we reflect on the past year and set goals for the upcoming one. I want to be a better person (you know what I mean – go to church more, exercise…