EatLoCo has launched a year-round farmers market at One Loudoun called One Loudoun Marketplace.

From left, along with some feathered friends, Dan Hine and Linna Walz of EatLoCo celebrate their new partnership with Julie Dillon and Bill May of One Loudoun.

The farmers market will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday at Exchange Street and Endicott Drive in the One Loudoun development, behind Okada Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar. The marketplace’s 24 vendors offer artisanal, farm-raised and farm-grown products from Loudoun producers, including produce, meats, eggs, dairy products, baked goods, and home goods such as soap and flowers.

A second marketplace, at Brambleton, will open April 1. Working with local leaders, EatLoCo also hopes to identify a location for a year-round, covered marketplace within the county.

The marketplaces, or farmers markets, are put on by EatLoCo, which raises awareness of Loudoun farms and food producers. As part of its focus on a healthy Loudoun lifestyle, EatLoCo educates home cooks and foodies, as well as local restaurants and businesses, on what’s in season and where locally grown food can be found. The website also offers a resource of farm-to-table restaurants, healthy lifestyle articles and recipes, as well as marketplace locations and vendor descriptions.

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