Produce stands bring farm-fresh food to area
by Savannah Borders
northsideintern@mdjoline.com
12:51 PM, Monday, July 28
With summer in full swing, Buckhead and Sandy Springs roadside produce stands are busy selling peaches, corn, tomatoes, zucchini and other fruits and vegetables to Atlantans. Two stands located within a block of each other on Sandy Springs Circle,...

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