Colorado farmers and other vendors were on display at the King Soopers in Parker. This is the first time that King Soopers has hosted a farmers market. There were free samples, face painting, and cooking demonstrations.
“At King Soopers, we’re committed to supporting local,” said Jessica Trowbridge, Corporate Affairs Manager for King Soopers & City Market.
King Soopers made a donation to Parker Task Force, a nonprofit that addresses food insecurity. They received $5,000, and 50 pallets of fresh produce to feed families in the Parker community.
“Our Zero Hunger, Zero Waste mission is really important to us. We know right now…
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