Hilo Farmers Market
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Big Market Days - Sat 6am-4pm and Wed 6am-4pm outdoor market with over 200 vendors selling produce, artisanal foods & crafts.
This is the largest local farmers market located across from Hilo Bay. There are souvenirs as well as groceries. Located in downtown Hilo so lots of restaurants, shops, and entertainment is within walking distance.
Must visit our Hilo’s Farmers Market open on Wednesdays Saturday’s, and Sunday’s. Fresh local produce, coffee, locally made products, and a variety of local vendors. Don’t forget your shopping bags!
Right in the heart of the the charming downtown area, the Hilo Farmers Market is a wonderful place to experience real Hawaii in a laid back, colorful and friendly environment. The market is open seven days a week between 7:00 and 4:00, but Wednesdays and Saturdays are Big Market days with over 200…
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