Connect With Community During Healthy Living Fair

Frisco Fresh Market, located in the heart of Frisco, is hosting a Healthy Living Fair in conjunction with its Healthy Bites Market days from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., August 17 and 18, co-sponsored by Natural Awakenings Dallas magazine.

During the Healthy Bites and Healthy Living Fair, Frisco Fresh Market will host more than 50 additional vendors and exhibitors focused on healthy living and nutrition. The Healthy Living Fair will showcase a variety of health professionals from medical professionals and healthcare facilities to  body workers, acupuncturists and wellness practitioners.

The market draws more than 3,000 patrons to its unique booths, restaurants and shops featuring delicious vegan mac-and-cheese, authentic NOLA gumbo, organic produce and fresh juices.

Admission is free. Location: 9215 John W. Elliott Dr., Frisco. Indoor booths are available for $350 and outdoor booths are available for $300 to vendors and exhibitors for the entire weekend. Sponsorships are available. For more information, call 425-577-9320 or email



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