Tied for seventh place were Snellville Farmers Market and Nam Dae Mun, both in Gwinnett County.
Tied for fifth place were Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market in North Fulton and the Grant Park Farmers Market.
All alone in fourth place was the Marietta Square Farmers Market in Cobb.
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Tied for second place were East Point Farmers Market in Atlanta and Decatur Farmers Market in DeKalb County.
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It was no contest for the winner, however. The overwhelming favorite, with nearly a third of the votes, was the Buford Highway Farmers Market.
Buford Highway Farmers Market has been in business for 25 years.
“When we opened our doors, we specialized in all types of Asian foods, especially Korean. Since then we have grown and diversified our offerings to include foods from Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, West Africa, Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Eastern Europe and more,” the market’s Facebook page states. “You’ll find more ethnic food varieties under one roof than any other single-location grocery store in Atlanta.”