According the the Washington Post, farmers markets are no longer a place people go to in order to purchase fresh produce while supporting local agriculture. People in their 20's and 30's attend farmers markets in search of prepared foods (think pizza, tacos, sandwiches) as opposed to purchasing ingredients (cucumbers, strawberries, lettuce). Unfortunately, this shift in consumer demand has greatly impacted the revenue farmers have previously become accustomed to. "Heinz Thomet, co-owner of Next Step Produce in souther Maryland says his sales at Dupont Farmers Market have dipped as much as 50 percent from their peak. Hana Newcomb, co-owner and manager of Potomac Vegetable Farms in Virginia says sales have dropped 30 percent in recent years at its farmers market stands". With such a noticeable dip in sales, it is important to take notice of how to attract the business of new farmers market go-ers. Millennials clearly spend less time in the kitchen than their parents - now, how to start making profits?