Not your average market
Thursday, February 06, 2020
The Farmers Daughter is an all-natural take on the grocery store plus so much more
There are many quirks and contrasts involved with relocating from a city of over 8 million people to a town of under 8,000. Though she’s settled into the Gonzales lifestyle, one distinct difference between city and country life is still notable for local business owner Sarah Tenberg.
“It always kind of blew my mind that when I moved here (to Gonzales,) surrounded by farms, that I had to go to Walmart to buy a tomato from Guatemala,” Tenberg said. “I could be in the middle of New York City and I have better access to better, fresher food. That’s insanity.”