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You can find Cindy Talamantes hanging out in the same location every Thursday but after this week, she’ll be hard to find for a while. Talamantes is the manager of the local Farmer’s Market.
While her primary duty is managing some 40 plus vendors, Talamantes is also an artist in her own right, creating baskets for all occasions, which sometimes also make it to market.
The vendors, who usually come to sell year after year are like a second family and sometimes the family travels pretty far for their visit including Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Corrales and the Española surrounding areas.
Their products range from pasta, goat cheese and meats to hand tossed breads, teas, scones and fresh brewed coffee.
“The market’s consumers base has really grow a great deal in the last five years,” Talamantes said. “One vendor has increased his business four fold. I feel consumers totally support this market.”
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