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Farmer Francis Roland sells produce grown on his farm in Friendly, Md., and says he is afraid that some vendors are not growing what they sell, against Arlington's Farmers' Market rules.
A handful of shoppers interviewed were not bothered that some produce may have been grown more than 125 miles away, so long the distance was not too far. There is no proof that any has come from outside the limit.
Adam Pepper said produce grown outside the 125 mile limit would only bother him if it was trucked from all over to a central location and then brought to the market.
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