The Turlock Certified Farmers Market, which runs until October 28 on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., features not only fresh produce, but also a variety of other local vendors who grow and craft their own products. From any pickled vegetable imaginable, to honey and mead, to lavender-infused candles, these local goods are sold by small business owners who triumphed over adversity.
One of these vendors is Anatoliy Tsymbal, the owner of Golden-Comb and the two LOZA restaurants. Tsymbal also sells local honey, a sweet treat and a natural antiseptic that offers a variety of health benefits and is especially useful during cold season.
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