Quality Control Important at Market
Summer hours are here at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market! We are open weekdays during regular center hours and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
At the market, we try to emphasize quality as much as quantity. While we have our largest market season ever, from fresh produce to literally thousands of plants, we want to make sure that customers are getting the finest quality in all their market purchases.
Quality control is important for any business, from an industry to a recovery center. For example, as boxes of fresh vegetables are delivered to the market from area farmers, they are opened and carefully checked in the presence of each vendor. Any quality issues are discussed at that time.
“We are all about local quality,” explains Perry Wellness Center founder Stuart Perry. “We want to sell only the best to support our farmers and our community. I trust you will purchase only the best in produce at Happy Patch Market.”
In the photo above, James Goss checks a box of fresh squash bought locally from a row garden farmer.