CINCINCINNATI - The number of farmers markets across the nation is exploding. In Ohio, they've tripled in the past five years.
But the number of inspectors who check conditions at markets hasn't budged. So the I-Team spread out across the Tri-State checking out markets.
Coming up Monday, I-Team reporter Hagit Limor will show you the results.
You'll see which states inspect markets and which never do.
You'll find vendors who understand the rules and those who don't.
And we'll be linking extra information on what you should look for the next time you venture to your neighborhood farmers market.
Tune in Monday to 9 News at 6 and check back with WCPO.com Monday for more.
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