True Farmstand, or Retailer?
How to tag shops that sell produce from the adjacent farm, and those
that sell other produce (e.g. bananas or other imported fruit)? Brycenesbitt (talk) 08:27, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
- The answer is shop=greengrocer.
- shop=farm sells local above regional products. Farm sell a small amount of products from own production, eg. eggs, potatoes, fresh milk, fruit and vegetables, meat etc.. Some farms cooperate with other local farms, so you can buy from local production fresh milk, cheese, eggs, pasta, honey, fresh fruit and vegetables, even meat or local wine in one place. Each product contains detailed information about the place of production, the way of production, in the event of problems, the seller will provide comprehensive information. If the consumer is inquisitive can personally check the production, then he is sure of the highest quality of the product he is buying.Cz ja (talk) 13:16, 13 August 2018 (UTC)