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The emergence of farmers’ markets (FMs) is generally considered to be one of the global food security issues. Enormous agri-business has concealed the food production and consumption system in a black box, so that consumers, smallholders and various self-employed producers choose to trade “face to face” in FMs to ensure the quality of agri-food and daily goods, forming various kinds of FMs community. Geography studies of FMs in Taiwan focused on the FM community “relational space” and all kinds of events on the FM day. However, on non-FM days, how the geography features, products and people, combine and work together to form a time-space rhythm, or even a FMs’ symphony? In this paper, Time-Space geography is taken as the main perspective to provide alternative understandings of FMs. Through discussions about the Time-Space paths of FMs products and vendors’ daily life and FM day activities, the study attempts to realize the discourse significance of “local,” “seasonal,” and “environment-friendly,” which construct the interactions between FMs products, vendors, as well as landscapes.
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