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Tuesday is Farmer’s Market of the Ozarks day at Branson Landing

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The second Farmer’s Market of the Ozarks for this season opens Tuesday, June 2, from 3 to 7 p.m. in the parking lot at the south end of Branson Landing. Markets will continue each Tuesday through mid-March.

Each market is an event, with concessions, music, artisans, and of course, fresh local food. Plants, produce, meat, eggs and bakery items are all available for purchase at the Branson market.

Blake Judlin, left, and Nichelle Metcalfe are the Super Bees representing Bee-Transformed Honey. (Submitted to Branson Globe)

You might even find some things you weren’t expecting, like local organic honey and natural products from Bee-Transformed of Springfield.Watch out for those giant bees!

Or try Peruvian and South American food, such as tamales and empanadas, created by consessionare Nelly Baxter.

While you’re there shopping for the area’s freshest items, please keep good health practices in mind. Wear a mask if you have one, and be sure to maintain a safe distance between you and other shoppers. Once you arrive home with your purchases, wash them thoroughly, along with your hands. If you take cloth shopping bags, be sure to pop them in the washing machine.

To learn more about Farmer’s Market of the Ozarks, visit, and see them @fmozarks on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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