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Event Rewind: Farmers Market @ Saigon Outcast

Farmers markets are weekend staples in many cities around the globe, but these events have been noticeably absent from Saigon. Until now.

On Sunday, Saigon Outcast held its first farmers market that attracted dozens of vendors and hundreds of hungry foodies. From organic produce and craft beer to pulled-pork sandwiches, there was a bit of something for everyone, provided by a solid mix of local and expat-run businesses.

The organizers seemed extremely pleased with the turnout so we wouldn't be surprised to see another installment in the near future.

Here are some of the great products that were on sale:

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