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Despite filing for bankruptcy, the market featuring locally-grown produce will remain open.
The Sappington Farmer's Market is keeping its doors open despite filing for bankruptcy on Friday. "The reorganization of Sappington Farmers Market will allow the store to remain open and viable," said Nancy Smith, the market's manager, in a written statement to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "We feel this will position us to be successful in the future." The market, a fixture on Watson Road in Marlborough since the 1990's, named the state of the U.S. economy as a major factor in the decision to file Chapter 11, according to the Webster-Kirkwood Times. The market's most recent projects—a distribution center and store in Lafayette Square and a mobile market for underserved areas of St. Louis—will continue as planned, according to the Times. In…