Advertising Impacts Reveal Buying Habits of Farmers’ Market Shoppers

Evaluation | Management and Operations | Promotion, Outreach, and Special Events

This report details an innovative two year study conducted by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA), that revealed important details on customer buying habits and responses to advertising by farmers’ markets. In addition to exploring the impact of advertising and marketing strategies, the study revealed attitudes and buying habits of shoppers, allowed for a demographic comparison of shoppers to community residents, and facilitated an estimate of the economic impact of farmers’ markets on surrounding businesses.

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Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association


By: Allen Moy Published November 17, 2013 Publisher Website Link to Resource Research Reports

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