The Market at Pepper Place named best Farmers Market in Alabama by Delish.com

Birmingham, Alabama, Market at Pepper Place
Buy local at the Market at Pepper Place on Saturdays from 7 a.m. to noon. Photo via Market at Pepper Place, Instagram

The Market at Pepper Place has been named the best Farmers Market in Alabama by Delish.com, one of the most popular digital food-related destination sites in the U.S.

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Birmingham, Alabama, Caver's Farm. Photo via the Market at Pepper Place, BBVA business workshops
Caver’s Farm selling lady peas on July 21. Photo via the Market at Pepper Place on Instagram

Known for its “best of lists,” according to Hearst Magazines and Digital, the owner of Delish.com, the food lovers website’s traffic places the site as a top 10 food-related destination online.

The site regularly feature “best” in every state articles.

For example, SAW’s BBQ, a couple of years ago, was recognized  by as the “Best Wing Spot” in the state of Alabama.

Here is Bham Now’s May 2017 story – SAW’s named best wing spot in Alabama by Delish.com

No surprise here

Birmingham
The Market at Pepper Place, photo by Pat Byington

Entering its 19th year, The Market at Pepper Place is a Birmingham destination.

Here is what Delish.com had to say about The Market at Pepper Place:

“Connecting family farmers with the people of Birmingham, AL, this market boasts over 100 vendors, all based in Alabama, including seasonal food offerings, ready-to-eat food, and artisans and craftspeople.”

Check out Bham Now’s Guide to The Market at Pepper Place

Just last week, Bham Now featured a Spring/Summer guide to this year’s  2019 season with an article by our own Terri Robertson titled:

13 things happening at the Market at Pepper Place in 2019, including an OvenBird chef demo on May 4

Don’t Miss the Market

Time to “get your veggies” and check out the latest crafts and music. This will be one of the most exciting years at The Market at Pepper Place. It is great to see this beloved weekly Birmingham event attract some well-deserved national attention.

 

Author: Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.