The term "certified"
used in the phrase "Certified Farmers' Markets"
means that the produce is brought to the market straight
from the farm, either by the farmer personally or by an
employee. Only California grown produce may be certified.
Los Angeles County agricultural inspectors visit and certify
participating farms growing crops locally. They inspect
the markets and review all farmer's papers for accuracy,
thereby certifying that the farmers are only selling what
they, themselves, have grown.
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