From a Rodale article on "8 foods you should always buy at a farmer's market" http://www.rodalenews.com/farmers-market-foods.... Yes, I see twice the number of veggies in the picture.
You may already know about the Farmer's Market overseen by the UT Ag extension office. https://extension.tennessee.edu/Bedford/Pages/Farmers-Market.aspx The start date is not determined yet, based on crop development, but it will be at the Celebration Pavilion on the Celebration grounds.
There is also a new Farmer's Market concept gaining momentum in a number of communities. Now Bedford County has their local version Bedford County Locally Grown opening May 9th http://bedfordcounty.locallygrown.net/welcome Be sure to click on links to find out how it works.
There could be overlap with growers but one difference with the new concept is ordering ahead, online, with pickup at a designated time and place. Click on the link to get details and you will be greeted with their beautiful logo featuring a strawberry plant.
They also have a Facebook page if that is your preferred media to stay informed. https://www.facebook.com/BedfordCountyLocallyGrown?fref=nf&pnref=story
There is also a small market in Wartrace and one being rumored in Bell Buckle. If there are others, please let us know here.
More fresh, locally grown/produced food and products can only be a positive for our community and should be supported to the best of our abilities.