San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market tour

From SPUR:

The San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market, a 25-acre distribution center for fresh produce, is home to more than 30 produce businesses. It also serves as a clearinghouse of information about fresh fruits and vegetables and their availability in San Francisco. Join us for an early morning walking tour of the market with General Manager Michael Janisto learn more about this key node in the city’s food system and its ambitions to grow.

Read District 10 Supervisor Malia Cohen’s recent article about the market >>

This tour will last approximately one and one half hours.

$10. Limit 20 people
SPUR members only
Register here

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