Downtown Phoenix public market seeks permanent spot

From the Arizona Republic’s August 18, 2008 article about farmer’s markets cropping up around the Valley due to increasing food prices and recent food scares:

“If the non-profit Community Food Connections can find supporters to put up $50,000 in collateral, it believes it can secure $450,000 in loans to build the 4,000-square-foot indoor Phoenix market.  The indoor facility would be located in a building at 14 E. Pierce St., adjacent to the outdoor market.  The long-term goal for market organizers is to acquire 25,000 square feet of indoor space and 15,000 square feet of outdoor space, all of which could accommodate 150 vendors.”

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