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The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority is once again opening its service areas to Farmers Markets to showcase locally-grown fresh fruits and vegetables and "made in Massachusetts" products.

This year’s annual MassPike Farmers Market Program will run through the fall. All Massachusetts farmers are invited to participate.

On a first come, first serve basis, free selling space is made available at all eleven service areas.  Farmers can sell goods that do not compete with the service area stores and restaurants.

The service areas available for the Farmers Market are located in Lee (east/west), Blandford (east/west), Ludlow (east/west), Charlton (east/west), Westboro(west), Framingham (west) and Natick (east).

Questions?  Call (413) 572-3171.

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