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Market Wagon provides new way for farmers to connect with customers

There’s a new avenue for Alabama farmers to take their products to market, and it’s providing a growing number of residents with fresh, local food.

Market Wagon, an Indiana-based company that has expanded into the Birmingham area, connects farmers and other food producers with consumers via an online ordering and delivery service.

Mitch Hungerpiller, owner of Central City Urban Farm in downtown Birmingham, said the online farmers market has been a big boost for his business.

He grows a wide variety of lettuces at his hydroponic indoor farm, along with herbs, tomatoes and other produce.

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