Who knew the business of selling fruits and vegetables at a farmers market could be so political?

A public food fight of sorts has kicked up because of a “non-compete” clause being enforced by the Lexington (Kentucky) Farmers Market. One local farmer says the clause led market organizers to boot him after he made it clear that he wanted to sell his heirloom tomatoes at a rival market in south Lexington.

Read the Lexington Herald-Leader news story here.

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