Jan 10, 2015 2:06 PM
CONCORD - Shoppers by the dozens came out to this weekend's Farmer's Market at Cole Gardens. They purchased fresh vegetables, beans, jams and plants.
But it's how they're keeping fresh that has customers so intrigued.
Vendors say it's been a challenge with the extreme cold temperatures this past week.
"December was pretty easy for us, really," said Larry Pletcher from Vegetable Ranch in Warner. "But now in January, we'll pay for it."
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