HOUSTON -

Houston's City Hall Farmers Market is back open for business.

The market features more than 30 vendors, including local fresh produce grown by local farmers, cheeses, breads, roasted coffees, a variety of prepared meals and food trucks.

"The City Hall Farmers Market has been a huge success, meeting many goals of my Go Healthy Houston Initiative," said Mayor Annise Parker. "The market not only teaches residents about the importance of locally- sourced food, but offers many lunch items and recipes using local products."

The 2014 kickoff on Feb. 19, featured food demonstrations, live music and Neighborhood Centers, which was on hand to celebrate its For Good movement to inspire change and a commitment for the good of our community.

Houstonians are invited to enjoy City Hall Farmers Market every Wednesday, at City Hall, 901 Bagby, from 11 am to 1:30 pm.

People in downtown Houston are encouraged to walk, take the downtown shuttle or ride a bike via Houston Bike Share. Garage Parking is located at 400 Rusk or metered street parking is available.

This is the fifth year for Houston's City Hall Farmers Market.