Northern W.Va. farmers market takes orders online
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- A farmers market in north-central West Virginia is making it easier for customers to obtain fresh food.
The Mountaineer Country Farmers Market takes orders online for food produced by farmers within a 75-mile radius of Morgantown.
Lesa Gay owns and operates the farmers market with her husband, Hugh. She tells West Virginia Public Broadcasting that they serve as aggregators.
They take online orders from Thursday morning to Sunday evening. The farmers receive the orders on Monday and bring their products to the market on Wednesday. The Gays then deliver the products to pick-up centers in Morgantown.