Farm-fresh produce, in your neighborhood

At the peak of the growing season, The Food Trust’s Farmers Market Program operates a network of farmers markets in Philadelphia, including Clark Park Farmers Market, Philly’s oldest year-round market, and Headhouse Farmers Market, one of the city’s largest outdoor markets.

All of our markets accept SNAP/EBT and P-EBT, Food Bucks (fruit and vegetable coupons), and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks. Farmers and vendors accept cash, with many able to accept credit, debit, and pre-orders. The Food Trust Farmers Markets make fruits and vegetables more affordable to everyone.

2024 Vendor Information

Explore our markets!

The Food Trust’s farmers markets offer local produce, meats, dairy, dry goods and more in neighborhoods across the city. To find a farmers market near you, check out our individual market pages below, download our  2024 Farmers Market Guide for easy reference, or visit the City of Philadelphia’s farmers market finder for a broad array of offerings, including farmers market run by The Food Trust as well as other operators across the city.

The Food Trust’s Year-Round Farmers Markets

The Food Trust operates four year-round, multi-vendor farmers markets in neighborhoods across Philadelphia. All of the following markets accept cash, EBT/P-EBT, Food Bucks and WIC/senior checks, and many vendors also accept credit/debit. 

We are proud to work with community partners, neighborhood associations and corporate entities to support our network of year-round markets. If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities or in bringing a farmers market to your neighborhood, email farmersmarket@thefoodtrust.org.

 

The Food Trust’s Seasonal Farm Stands

In addition to our year-round farmers markets, The Food Trust operates smaller seasonal farm stands in neighborhoods where healthy food may otherwise be hard to access. Accepted currencies include cash, EBT/P-EBT, Food Bucks and WIC/senior checks, and many vendors also accept credit/debit.  

All of our seasonal farm stands host weekly cooking demonstrations, where you can receive nutrition tips, food samples and Food Bucks! Weekly lesson schedule:

11:15 a.m.        12:15 p.m.        1:15 p.m.        2:15 p.m.

2024 Schedule Changes:

This season, Overbrook Farmers Market will be closed due to the recent fire at Overbrook Presbyterian Church. We hope to see Overbrook Farmers Market reopen in 2025; in the meantime, The Food Trust is meeting with local partners to explore opportunities to increase healthy food access in the neighborhood. We encourage residents and supporters to visit overbrookpresb.org to support the church during this challenging time.

Additionally, Hunting Park Farmers Market will not operate for the 2024 season. However, we are committed to ensuring community members in and around Hunting Park have access to fresh, healthy food. Please reach out to farmersmarket@thefoodtrust.org for more information about our plans for community engagement this year.

This year, The Food Trust is hosting a series of pop-up farmers markets in neighborhoods across the city! Follow us on Instagram for the latest pop-up information.

 

Partner Markets

The Food Trust supports a number of independently run farmers markets across the city in distributing and accepting Food Bucks, in addition to cash, EBT/P-EBT and WIC/senior checks:

Click here to find more locations to redeem your Food Bucks, including local corner stores and supermarkets.

 

… And Beyond!

Philadelphia is home to a wide range of farmers markets run by an array of operators. Visit the City of Philadelphia’s Farmers Market Finder to find a market near you, or learn about how The Food Trust connects local farmers and producers with local schools.

THANK YOU TO OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY

Are you interested in becoming a market sponsor?

Click here for more information, or contact Elizabeth Weihmann, Senior Manager of Development and Communications (eweihmann@thefoodtrust.org or 215‑575-0444, ext. 118).

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