PHOENIX, AZ - Farmer's markets are a major business in Phoenix. Because Arizona's climate enables farmers to cultivate and harvest nearly every month of the year, you may find a wide range of food across the Valley all year. Here are some farmer's markets in Phoenix where you can pick up local produce and a range of other locally created items.
- Downtown PHX Farmer's Market.
Every Saturday morning, at 14 E. Pierce St., the Downtown PHX Farmer's Market offers farm-fresh items to the city's urban heart. Small farmers and companies who provide healthy items for the community are supported at the market. Chat with the farmers about what's growing for the next season, grab a cup of locally roasted coffee, or grab a bite to eat from one of the partnering food trucks.
- Uptown Farmer's Market
Get your fix of fresh produce, culinary items, and handcrafted goods from over 200 vendors displaying their wares at the corner of Central Avenue and Bethany Home Road in downtown Phoenix. This market was created by two friends and North Central Phoenix locals with the purpose of making a difference in the community by establishing a warm and inviting environment for friends, neighbors, and local merchants to enjoy Arizona's local cuisine and handcrafted items.
- Ahwatukee Farmer's Market
This market, which has been open since 2004, has developed a strong community following, allowing it to expand to a year-round operation. At 4700 E. Warner Road, you'll also find ready-to-eat products like jerk chicken sandwiches and burritos here, in addition to fresh fruit, baked goods, and to-go snacks. So come prepared to eat.
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