Farmers Markets in Southeast Michigan and Community-Supported Agriculture (CSAs)

Want fresh produce from farmers markets? Detroit has you covered in 2017. Plus find food from the farmers market Ann Arbor, Oakland County farmers market and more.

In the May-October months, farmers markets in southeast Michigan open shop for the season. These locally grown (and run) markets let parents and kids eat healthy and shop close to home, while spending quality family time together, too.

Whether you’re browsing a market or harvesting produce at a community-supported agriculture (CSA) farm, these experiences can be much richer than hitting the grocery store. Not only do kids learn valuable lessons about buying local and eating healthier, they also get to interact with the growers themselves – and discover a few awesome lessons at a variety special events and activities.


When it comes to farmers markets, Detroit families are in luck. There’s something for everyone at these Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne county spots.

Farmers Markets

Allen Park Farmers Market

  • Address: 7101 Park Ave., Allen Park
  • Parking lot on Park Avenue between Harrison and McLain Avenue (across the street from Zeal Credit Union)
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Fridays June 2-Oct. 27, 2017
  • Phone: 313-928-0940

Come for farm-fresh produce, homemade baked goods and handcrafted items, including honey, bread, specialty crafts and more. Stay tuned for special events, too, like Christmas in July, Touch a Truck in September, and a haunted market in October.

Ann Arbor Farmers Market

  • Address: Kerrytown District, 315 Detroit St., Ann Arbor
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays Jan. 7-April 29, 2017; 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays May 3-Dec. 30, 2017
  • Phone: 734-794-6255

A well-loved gem, this 95-year open-air market – located in the bustling heart of the historic Kerrytown district – offers a diverse mix of more than 100 farmers, artisans and prepared food vendors. Check its hashtag #whatsfresh and visit Instagram to get a glimpse ahead of time.

Beets, Beats and Eats Farmers Market

  • Address: Crossman Park, 395 Mill St., Ortonville (park next to this address)
  • Next to the Brandon Township offices & behind The Village Pub
  • Schedule: 6-9 p.m. Fridays June 12-Sept. 4, 2017
  • Phone: 248-240-0907 (ask for Debbie)

This music-filled market returns again. Local artists, live entertainment and food vendors gather every Friday to share tunes, fresh food and unique art with the community. Catch the multiple Kids Night events held at the market. Catch dueling pianos the opening night of the market on June 12.

Birmingham Farmers Market

  • Address: Public Parking Lot No. 6 across from Booth Park, north of Harmon Street
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays May 7-Oct. 29, 2017
  • Phone: 248-530-1200

This weekend market features more than 50 vendors selling anything from local and organic flowers and produce to fresh prepared foods and handcrafted items. Enjoy live musical performances while you shop, and stop by the Kids Zone for fun, hands-on arts and crafts projects.

Canton Farmers Market

  • Address: Preservation Park, 500 N. Ridge Road, Canton
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays May 14-Oct. 15, 2017 (closed July 2)
  • Phone: 734-394-5375

Michigan-grown produce, plants, flowers, coffee, cheeses and even soaps are among the goodies here. Plus, there’s a bouncer, craft/activity and an “I SPY” activity for kids. Plus, find live entertainment each week.

Chelsea Farmers Market

  • Address: Chelsea State Bank parking lot on the corner of Old US 12 and M 52 (Wednesday Bushel Basket Market), Lower Library
  • Lot along Park Street (Saturday Market), Chelsea
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays May 6-Oct. 28, 2017, 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays May 3-Oct. 25, 2017
  • Phone: 616-734-9123 or email

For over 20 years the Chelsea Farmers Market has brought high-quality food and artisan products to the community. Look for a variety of items for sale, including fresh produce, meat, baked goods, honey, maple syrup, eggs, prepared food and artisan crafts.

Clarkston Area Farmers Market 

  • Address: Clarkston Community Education Center, 6558 Walden Road, Clarkston
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays June 10-Oct. 9, 2017
  • Phone: 248-505-6848

Find a variety of locally grown produce, Michigan-made produce, grass-fed beef, fresh breads, artisan jewelry, natural body care products, live music and more.

Clawson Farmers Market

  • Address: Clawson City Park, 1080 N. Custer Ave.
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays May 21-Sept. 24, 2017
  • Phone: 248-435-6500

This small summer market brings its array of local fruits, vegetables and baked goods to a festive outdoor setting. Has a very family friendly atmosphere and live music to enjoy. (Note: A special pre-season Flower Day happens 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday May 21.)

Cobblestone Farm Market

  • Address: Buhr Park, 2781 Packard Road, Ann Arbor
  • Schedule: 4-7 p.m. Tuesdays May 16-Oct. 10, 2017
  • Phone: 734-794-6230

Browse for local farm fresh organics and food. Plus, find activities for kids and take a free tour of Cobblestone Farm Museum.

Dearborn Farmers & Artisans Market

  • Address: Parking lot behind Bryant Branch Library, 22100 Michigan Ave., between Mason and Howard streets, Dearborn
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays May 19-Oct. 6, 2017 (closed June 30)
  • Phone: 313-584-6100

With more than 30 carefully selected vendors, you’re sure to find everything you need for a delicious summer meal. In addition to vendors selling fresh produce and specialty foods, you’ll also find art, fine jewelry, soaps, furniture and more. Check out two new farms joining the market, too. The market accepts Double Up Food Bucks, Bridge cards, WIC and the Senior Project Fresh coupons.

Detroit’s Historic Eastern Market

  • Address: 2934 Russell St., Detroit
  • Schedule: 6 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays year-round; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesdays and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays June-October
  • Phone: 313-833-9300

When it comes to farmers markets in southeast Michigan, this Detroit landmark, which dates back to 1891, is an icon, offering more than 250 produce and plant vendors within its six blocks. Stroll through its open-air stalls a plethora of farm-fresh goodies, including produce, baked goods and more.

Dexter Farmers Market

  • Address: 3233 Alpine St. (adjacent to Dexter District Library), downtown Dexter
  • Schedule: 2-6 p.m. Tuesdays and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays May 7-Oct. 28, 2017
  • Phone: 734-426-8303

This Washtenaw spot offers two market times per week. Find a cornucopia of plants, veggies, fruit, organic herbs, jewelry, soap and more. Plus watch for kids’ craft activities.

Dixboro Farmers Market

  • Address: 5221 Church Road, Ann Arbor
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Fridays, May 26-Oct. 27, 2017
  • Phone: 734-707-1607

Located alongside a historic one-room schoolhouse, this market offers a variety of local fruits and veggies. The market will have The Cheese People selling artisan hard and soft cheeses – something visitors highly requested in years past – as well as micro-greens from Polliwog Farm. Plus, there are kids activities every week sponsored by local organizations. Come by the market and hear the Vintage String Band, an eclectic band, as you shop. The Michigan Folk School will be performing various demos, too, like blacksmithing and soap making.

Dodge Park Farmers Market

  • Address: Dodge Park, 40620 Utica Road, Sterling Heights
  • Schedule: 3-8 p.m. Thursdays June 1-Sept. 29, 2017
  • Contact: 586-446-2700

Swing by this market to get fresh fruits and veggies, plus check out the new vendors. Find food trucks, live entertainment and an extended concert series going through August in 2017. Kids will want to stop by the kid’s corner for activities running 3-6:30 p.m. each market day. Bridge Cards and Double Up Food Bucks accepted as well as Senior Project FRESH.

Downtown Rochester Farmers Market

  • Address: Corner of East Third and Water streets, one block east of Main Street, downtown Rochester
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays May 6-Oct. 28, 2017
  • Phone: 248-656-0060

Celebrating its 17th season, more than 30 vendors set up shop every Saturday to provide folks with farm-fresh produce, specialty goods and flowers. Check the market’s Facebook page for the latest info on the weekly special events.

Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market

  • Address: Walter E. Sundquist Pavilion in George F. Riley Park, Grand River Avenue at Grove Street, Farmington
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays May 20-Nov. 5, 2017
  • Phone: 248-473-7276

This marketplace boasts a large variety of locally grown flowers and even jams, jellies, eggs, spices, sauces, seasonal fruits and veggies, fresh coffee and unique artisan crafts. Plus, the “Little Sprouts” kids corner has a fun activity for kids each week. Catch live entertainment, too. This year, look forward to the market’s partnership with Beaumont, which will be coming to the market each month offering various services like blood pressure screenings and a summer safety clinic.

Grosse Pointe Park’s Park Farmers Market

  • Address: Market Square, at Wayburn and Kercheval Avenue, Grosse Pointe Park
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays June 3-Sept. 24, 2017
  • Phone: 313-822-2812, ext. 202

This laid-back community market serves up a mix of fresh food and fun activities. Vendors offer fresh, certified organic and non-organic produce, cheeses and baked goods, crafts and more.

Growing Hope Markets

  • Address: 16 S. Washington St., Ypsilanti (Tuesdays); 100 Rice St., Ypsilanti (Saturdays)
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Tuesdays (Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers Market) and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays (Depot Town Farmers Market) May 2-Oct. 31, 2017 (note: inside winter market details to be announced)
  • Phone: 734-786-8401

The Tuesday market returns with plenty of produce, seedlings, baked goods, crafts and more. The Saturday market has 30 vendors selling produce, meat, cheese and baked goods.

Islandview Farmers Market

  • Address: 7200 Mack Ave., southeast corner of East Grand Boulevard, Detroit
  • Schedule: 4-7 p.m. Wednesdays June 21-Sept. 27, 2017
  • Phone: 313-571-0937

This eastside Detroit market provides a variety of healthy and locally produced food to the community in an environment that fosters social and community connections. Goods sold here are fresh, organic and grown in the D.

Lathrup Village Farmers Market

  • Address: Municipal Complex, 27400 Southfield Road north of I-696, Lathrup Village
  • Schedule: 2-7 p.m. Wednesdays May 10-Oct. 18, 2017 (outdoor market)
  • Phone: 248-557-2600, ext. 224

Aside from the fresh fare, kids will have a blast at this year’s farmers market. Follow along on Facebook for programming and events as they arise. From cooking classes and demos to health and fitness programs, there’s plenty to enjoy and discover. This market accepts EBT, Double Up Food Bucks, WIC and Senior Market FRESH coupons.

Lincoln Park Farmers Market

  • Address: Municipal parking lot on the corner of Fort Street and Southfield Road
  • Schedule: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays June 4-Oct. 29, 2017
  • Phone: 313-427-0443

This market returns with local produce, plants (there’s a plant swap the first day with Downriver Butterflies) and specialty foods like jams, baked goods and cheese. Don’t miss the craft items for sale! Plus find various events held throughout the season that are fun for kids and adults. There will also a special Mother’s Day Market occurring May 14. Visit the Lincoln Park Farmers Market Facebook page for more info.

Manchester Farmers Market

  • Address: Chi-Bro Park on M-52, north of Main Street, Manchester
  • Schedule: 3:30-7 p.m. Thursdays May 11-Oct. 28, 2017
  • Phone: 734-428-7872

Situated in the heart of town, this farm and artisan market has fresh in-season produce and other goodies. Snag fruits and vegetables, plants, honey, maple syrup, breads, baked goods, and items from local artisans and crafters. On May 11, there will be a Mother’s Day craft run by the local library. On May 18, there will be a take-home garden activity, and Aug. 3 is Manchester’s 150th year Celebration at Wurster Park with lots of fun things to do and a Gazebo Concert starting at 7:30 p.m.


Milford Farmers Market

  • Address: Liberty Street between Main and Union Street
  • Schedule: 3-8 p.m. Thursdays May 11-Oct. 19, 2017 (note: closes at dusk in September and October)
  • Phone: 248-496-7056

You’ll find foods and creations by Michigan farmers and artisans here. This community market also offers activities for kids and other special events. Find weekly crafts for kids 4-7 p.m. and live entertainment from 5-7:30 p.m. each week. Visit throughout the summer for more family fun and programming!

Mount Clemens Farmers Market

  • Address: Parking lot at 141 N. River Road between I-94 and North Gratiot Avenue, Mount Clemens (Fridays-Saturdays); Downtown, South Gratiot Avenue and Pine Street (Wednesdays)
  • Schedule: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays May 6-Nov. 18, 2017 (River Road market); 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays July 19-Sept. 20, 2017 (downtown market)
  • Phone: 586-493-7600

For Macomb County farmers markets in southeast Michigan, try this spot. Farm staples like corn, flowers and pumpkins are mixed with unique fare like okra, Italian eggplants, raw honey-in-the-comb and more. Watch for local chefs and restaurants to share culinary tricks and tips select Saturdays. Hosts special events like Strawberry Social and Family Day, too.

New Baltimore Farmers Market

  • Address: Next to Recreation Center, 50976 Washington St., between Main and Front streets, New Baltimore
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays June 4-Oct. 22, 2017 (closed on June 25)
  • Phone: 586-557-4841 or 586-215-7484

This independent market, located in the heart of New Baltimore near Waterfront Park, offers a variety of locally grown fruits and veggies. In 2017, get honey, jam, salsa, tea and find artisans selling jewelry, garden art and more. Be sure to visit its website to spot special events running throughout the season – including Yoga in the Park at Walter and Mary Burke Park 11 a.m.-noon.

Northville Farmers Market

  • Address: Corner of Seven Mile and Sheldon roads, downtown Northville
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursdays May 4-Oct. 26, 2017
  • Phone: 248-349-7640

Find crafters, homemade Michigan products like soaps, lotions and honey. Pick up your fresh produce, and be sure to check out the Chefs at the Market, who visit one Thursday a month and share a recipe they made with items from the market’s booths. Spring is in full swing with flower vendors aplenty – and as fall comes around, goodies like mums and pumpkins. A fun activity for kids is to find Mr. Potato Head hidden at the market. Earn a piece of candy if you find his spy his hiding spot!

Northwest Detroit Farmers Market

  • Address: 18445 Scarsdale St. (in the parking lot of the Rosedale Park Community House), Detroit
  • Schedule: 4-8 p.m. Thursdays June 1-Oct. 12, 2017
  • Phone: 313-387-4732, ext. 103

This market, run by the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation, features fresh fruits and veggies, meats, eggs, baked goods, teas, spices and more. Plus, find free weekly programming like youth workshops, free health screenings, food preservation classes and more. Keep up with them on Facebook for the latest.

Oakland Avenue Farmers Market

  • Address: 9354 Oakland Ave., Detroit
  • Schedule: 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturdays June 3-Oct. 14, 2017
  • Phone: 313-649-7756

This small-scale community market provides healthy eating and cooking education. Pick up locally grown produce for the family and stop by for a jam-making class, cooking demo and more.

Pittsfield Township Farmers Market

  • Address: Pittsfield Township Administration Building, 6201 W. Michigan Ave., Ann Arbor
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Thursdays June 1-Sept. 28, 2017
  • Phone: 734-822-3152

Lots of specialty foods and farm-fresh produce here. Find everything from flowers, eggs and pasture-raised meat to baked goods – including gluten-free, vegan and sugar-free – and even granola, jams, honey, sauces and much more. Plenty of fun activities for families, too, and even live music and cooking demos bi-monthly.

Plymouth Farmers Market

  • Address: The Gathering, next to the Penn Theater on Penniman Avenue, downtown Plymouth
  • Schedule: 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturdays May 6-Oct. 28, 2017
  • Phone: 734-453-1540

Fresh produce, flowers, baked goods, popcorn, jams and jellies, honey, salsa and barbecue sauce are just a few of the many offerings at one of the longtime farmers markets in southeast Michigan. Plus it’s just a short stroll from the popular Kellogg Park.

Redford Township Market at the Marquee Farmers Market

  • Address: Marquee of Redford, 15145 Beech Daly Road, Redford Township
  • Schedule: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays, June 14-Oct. 11, 2017
  • Phone: 313-387-2504

This outdoor market has everything from locally grown produce, plants and flowers to baked goods, art and specialty foods.

Romulus Farmers Market

  • Address: Romulus Historical Park, 11147 Hunt St., Romulus
  • Schedule: 11-4 p.m. Wednesdays June 14-Sept. 27, 2017
  • Phone: 734-942-7545

This market brings the community together with local growers and artisans offering a variety of farm-fresh products, including fresh produce, eggs, plants, homemade ice cream and cookies, sandwiches, gluten-free baked goods, organic coffee and tea products, herbs and spices and more. There are also weekly activities and crafts for Kids Club members.

Royal Oak Farmers Market

  • Address: 316 E. 11 Mile Road, two blocks east of Main Street, Royal Oak
  • Schedule: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays year-round farm market; 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays year-round flea market and antique/collectible market (except major holidays); plus 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays May-December and 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesdays May-October
  • Phone: 248-246-FARM (3276)

Many consider this market one of the best in southeast Michigan. Find a wide variety of fresh, locally produced fruits and veggies, as well as baked goods, eggs, plants and other goods. Be sure to catch the amazing flea market, too, packed with collectibles and antiques on Sundays.

Saline Farmers Market

  • Address: South Ann Arbor Street, downtown Saline (Saturday); Saline District Library, 555 N. Maple Road, Saline (Tuesdays)
  • Schedule: 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays May 6-Oct. 21, 2017; 3-7 p.m. Tuesdays, June 6-Sept. 26, 2017
  • Phone: 734-429-3518

The Saturday growers-only market provides fresh produce, eggs, coffee, plants, baked goods and local cheese – plus tips from master gardeners from Michigan State University. The Tuesday market, here since 2010, offers much of the same. Note: It also has a winter market 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays, Oct. 28, 2017-April 28, 2017, located at Liberty School, 7265 Saline Ann Arbor Road, Saline.

Shelby Farmers Market

  • Address: Packard Proving Grounds, 49965 Van Dyke Ave., Shelby Township
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays May 20-Oct. 21, 2017
  • Phone: 586-943-5785

This spot hosts a variety of farmers, crafters and artisans. Stop by for unique treats, art and produce – even gluten-free goods. The Amish farmers return, too. Every Saturday, reserve your spot for a free 11 a.m. tour of the buildings at this historic site (register online). Keep an eye out for announcements of the dates of the July holistic health fair and the harvest festival will be held the last day of the market for the season.

South Lyon Farmers Market

  • Address: Corner of West Liberty Street and Pontiac Trail, South Lyon
  • Schedule: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays May 2-Oct. 24, 2017
  • Phone: 248-437-1735

This market brings together the community and supports local farmers and artisans. Participating vendors offer locally grown, baked and crafted products.

Sowing Seeds Growing Futures Farmers Market

  • Address: 18950 Joy Road, at Artesian Street, Detroit
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Tuesdays June 2-Oct. 13, 2017
  • Phone: 313-581-7773, ext. 108

This spot, offering locally grown produce, baked goods and more, is run by the Joy-Southfield Community Development Corporation. It is part of the group’s youth/family program. Bridge Cards, WIC, Double Up Food Bucks and Project FRESH coupons accepted – and will be participating in the Fresh Prescription program. Find weekly children’s activities, weekly themed activities, music, fitness and dance activities and a chef who will make free mini meals for visitors to try.

Springfield Farmers Market

  • Address: 12000 Davisburg Road, Davisburg
  • Schedule: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays May 21-Oct. 1, 2017 (plus special spring markets April 1 and May 13, 2017)
  • Phone: 248-846-6558

This fun family market offers lots of fresh, local produce – plus events for kids and adults.

Walled Lake Farmers Market

  • Address: 1499 E. West Maple St., next to the fire station, Walled Lake
  • Schedule: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesdays May 3-Oct. 25, 2017
  • Phone: 248-624-4847

This weekly market has everything from flowers, organics and sweets to jewelry, bath products and birdhouses.

Westland Farmers Market

  • Address: 1901 N. Carlson St., south of Ford, Westland
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Thursdays, May 11-Oct. 12, 2017
  • Phone: 734-326-7222

Set in a farmers market building (south of the H20 Zone), this locale teems with fresh, healthy fare from local growers and unique items from artisans. Stop by to pick up some fresh, local produce and crafts.

Westside Farmers Market

  • Address: Zingerman’s Roadhouse parking lot at 2501 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor
  • Schedule: 3-7 p.m. Thursdays June 1-Oct. 12, 2017
  • Phone: email

With many vendors at this market, you can take home your choice of local produce, fresh herbs, eggs, cider, breads and more.

Wyandotte Farmers Market

  • Address: Downtown, corner of Elm and First streets, Wyandotte
  • Schedule: noon-6:30 p.m. Thursdays June 8-Oct. 19, 2017 (closed July 13 for Wyandotte Street Art Fair)
  • Phone: 734-720-1447

Take home a wide array of locally made/grown produce and other goodies from this outdoor market. Special events are held all season, like petting farms, summer reading program and other children’s activities. Check their website and social media for news of programming to come!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs) Farms

These farms grow, produce and distribute to various local farmers markets, stores and farms. Most have a roughly $200-$400 fee for a plot or half a plot of land. You can even support the fresh produce market without getting your hands dirty: Most specify that work is not required, though it is encouraged!

Country Roots Farm CSA

  • Address: 1459 Riley Center Road, Riley Township
  • Schedule: June-October
  • Phone: 810-488-3710

This small, family-owned and -operated farm and CSA is dedicated to fresh, organically grown, non-GMO vegetables and herbs.

Myrtle Farms LLC

  • Address: 45144 W. Nine Mile Road, Novi
  • Schedule: July-November
  • Phone: 248-767-6356

This 45-acre family farm and CSA raises chickens, turkeys, Black Angus steers and hogs in a clean, chemical-free and open environment.

Prochaska Farms

  • Address: 10061 Pennington Road, Tecumseh
  • Schedule: May-September
  • Phone: 517-652-4493

Use of cover crops, crop rotation and heirloom seeds are just a few of the ways this CSA farms sustainably. Prochaska’s practices are considered naturally grown. Visit the retail store featuring fresh produce and flowers (9 a.m.-7 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays during seasonal months, 5720 S. Occidental Road, Tecumseh).

Urban Pioneers CSA

  • Address: Sterling Heights, near Lakeside Mall
  • Schedule: January-January (contact via email for more information)
  • Phone: 586-604-6974 or email

With decades of family gardening experience, this CSA does the seeding, weeding, planting and harvesting for you. The shareholders have a say in what is grown, as long as it’s organic.

Valley Family Farm

  • Address: 11333 Stony Creek Road, Milan
  • Schedule: June-October
  • Phone: 734-904-1433

This family farm and CSA abides by organic principles, growing its produce naturally without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Deliveries at the market Saturday Depot Town market Tuesdays downtown.

This list was updated for 2017 by Aleanna Siacon.


  • The Wayne Farmers Market has been cancelled for the 2017 Season.

    • Christina C.

      Thanks for letting us know. I called them and you are correct. I’ll remove it from the listing.

    • Christina C.

      Hi Sandy,

      I don’t think we listed this market, so the best thing to do would be to contact the market, or the township that it’s held in, and ask when it’s happening in 2017. In the meantime, if you really love this market can you tell me where it is so that I can add it to the list?


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