Win a Market Tour and Free Luncheon!

two farmers veggies long

Get a fresh start on the new year with an educational Farmers’ Market Tour and Free Lunch at the Jan. 10 market at Exeter High!

In partnership with Dig In: Real Food Solutions, we are raffling a guided market tour and fresh-made market lunch.

  • Do you want to learn more about eating locally and seasonally?
  • Do you have questions about the best ways to store and
    preserve winter veggies?
  • Do you need new ideas on ways to utilize local farm foods?
  • Do you like free food?!

Then enter to win a market tour and luncheon at the Exeter Winter Farmers’ Market on January 10th with Kath Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution, and health coach, Tracey Miller. Tracey and Kath are founders of Dig In: Real Food Solutions a fun, informative and creative food-coaching program to help you enjoy healthier food and be good to your body. They provide weekly cooking videos, a winter cookbook and food journal, daily tips and optional cooking demonstrations and meetups at the Blue Moon Evolution in Exeter. Their winter program starts January 12th. For more information visit

Several lucky winners will have Kath & Tracey take them around the farmers’ market and give them some guidance on how to preserve and prepare all the great food available at our winter markets and after they’ll be treated to a freshly prepared market-sourced lunch!

Click here to enter!

Only one entry per person.
You must be present at the January 10th Winter Farmers’ Market at Exeter High to claim your prize.
The market runs 10am till 2pm. Market Tour and Luncheon will take place between 10:30am and 1pm.
Winners will be announced and contacted on January 8th.

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