WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Shoppers found a bountiful winter harvest of edible delights at the County Center as the Indoor Farmers Market made its monthly visit to the city on Sunday.
A dozen vendors offered a variety of products from baby food to wine, meats, jams and jellies, olive oil, honey, pickles, baked goods and nuts.
Partners Pamela Worth and Jenny Frank, both Westchester residents, presented their gluten free Smart Cookies, a new business from two career teachers with a fondness for baking.
"This is one of our first farmers markets," Worth said. "We're introducing ourselves and our cookies to the community. We both have teaching jobs (in Chappaqua and Manhattan) and we have some background in what children eat. "
Karan and Nirmala Gupta of Yorktown Heights have been selling their Bombay Emerald Chutneys in Westchester and the New York area for 10 years and frequent farmers markets in Hastings-on-Hudson, Bronxville and Pleasantville during the outdoor season. Bombay products are made in Mamaroneck.
"We're very proud of out products and so much of our Indian tradition goes into the chutneys," Karan Gupta said. "We have so many regular customers who follow us at the local markets and support us."
While shoppers were tasting the products, Bob (Goetz) & Norm (Dodge), musicians from Pleasantville and Ossining, provided background music.
The Indoor Farmers Market boasts dozens of vendors who set up shop in the County Center on the last Sunday of each month from November to March. The market, which returns on Jan. 26, Feb. 23 and March 30, runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Admission to the market is free. There is a $5 fee for parking in the nearby parking area.
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