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Hilo Farmers Market, Hilo

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Support local growers at Hilo Farmers Market, which is open daily. The market's 200 vendors sell everything from produce to handicrafts, but the market is also a hub of culture with live music and artists selling their wares. On certain days, locals are invited to rent a booth at a discount and sell their used books, second-hand clothing, and antiques. The market is its own community, and it provides a good way for visitors to get to know the locals. Visit the attraction's website for a list of featured vendors and to obtain online coupons for discounted goods. Our Hilo day trip planner makes visiting Hilo Farmers Market and other Hilo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The sellers were pretty rude but they had all sorts of fruits and veggies. I learned about white pineapples… they are very expensive. About $45usd per. Didn’t try one because of the price but I was... 
    The sellers were pretty rude but they had all sorts of fruits and veggies. I learned about white pineapples… they are very expensive. About $45usd per. Didn’t try one because of the price but I was...  more »
  • Amazing fruits and vegetables of every kind! Prices were really good too! Six strawberry papayas for 5 bucks was my favorite and they are so so delicious! Helpful venders! 
    Amazing fruits and vegetables of every kind! Prices were really good too! Six strawberry papayas for 5 bucks was my favorite and they are so so delicious! Helpful venders!  more »
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  • I really love going to this farmers market I visited on Saturday morning and it was so awesome. lot of farmers a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits most of them are grown in the backyard or their home farm. I love to support this type of farming and family. highly recommend to go visit specially on Saturday morning but do go early because some of the vendors do leave by afternoon.
  • Stopped by over the weekend to stock up on produce and some treats for the weekend. So many items to choose from that I will need to make a point to drop in often. Most notable was the woman selling tamales. She carefully dresses each one with her tasty sauces and toppings before sending you off to enjoy them.

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