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Sunnyvale Farmers Market

As a program of New Roots at the International Rescue Committee(IRC), the Sunnyvale Farmers Market (SFM) is an affordable fresh food resource in Salt Lake City, UT.  The market operates every Saturday, from the third weekend in June to the second weekend of October. The market features locally grown produce and culturally relevant crops familiar to the high population of refugee and new Americans in the area. The Sunnyvale Farmers Market welcomes the Salt Lake Valley to enjoy the inclusive market atmosphere and try something new, with vegetables and vendors selling food from countries around the world.

SFM participates in Double Up Food Bucks which offers a discount to customers who shop with their EBT cards (formerly known as food stamps/SNAP). Sunnyvale Farmers Market will offer a $30 match incentive for the 2020 market season.

Customers shopping with their EBT cards can stop by the token booth when they arrive at the market.  Market staff are there to help exchange SNAP dollars for farmers market tokens and match the amount a customer intends to spend up to $30. For example: when a customer chooses to spend $20 from their EBT card, they will receive an additional $30 in Double Up Food Bucks to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables.

In addition to the New Roots Farm Stand, the Sunnyvale Farmers Market features local vendors, a food pantry, free kids lunch, nutrition classes, and kids activities. The Sunnyvale Food Pantry distributes primarily unprocessed food staples, while supplies last. The food pantry is operated in partnership with Bishop Storehouse. The Sunnyvale Pantry also partners with The Green Urban Lunch Box to offer locally gleaned fruit at no cost, throughout the summer.

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Can be found here:

  • Sunnyvale Farmers Market
    • Saturdays 11-2pm
    • June-October

Wheeler Sunday Market – Salt Lake County Parks

Salt Lake County has operated the Wheeler Sunday Market since 2018. Wheeler Historic Farm opens market vendor applications to the general public and vendors are vetted by the Farmer’s Market Committee made up of a mix of County and Utah State University staff. The Market is a community favorite drawing crowds on Sundays June – October. The last Sunday of the month features a Children’s Market where young entrepreneurs can sell their handmade or homegrown products.

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Can be found here:

  • Wheeler Farm
    • Sundays 9am-2pm
    • June-October

Reviews

Great little farmers market. It’s not nearly as big as the downtown market, which isn’t necessarily bad, as it feels more intimate and easier to get through. There’s a decent selection of vendors and food trucks. We usually will walk around the farm afterwards, my son loves to see the animals after going through the market.

Lisa Hall,

Google Review

What a beautiful place! Love the Sunday Farmers market in the late Summer.You can get breakfast, or brunch and coffee. Not to mention all the amazing fresh farm produce and other eclectic vendors. BUT there is so so much more! From the historic farm, barn and animals, with all the activities associated there, there are beautiful ground with huge trees and ponds, walking and jogging trails. There are vegetable gardens and beautiful carved wooden sculptures from trees. Playgrounds, picnic area, tons of grass, pet friendly. Just a wonderful place to spend some time!

Cindy Hodson,

Google Review

Acres of recreation, wagon rides, historic tractors, huge play structure, animals galore, and the best Farmer’s market this side of the valley. I can’t say enough about how great this facility is. My family and I have been coming here for years. We love this historic farm. The tour of the farmhouse is definitely worth checking out.

Will Bollwerk,

Google Review

Utah Farm Bureau Farmers Market at South Jordan

The Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF) is the state’s largest voluntary organization of farmers and ranchers – but really, we consist of more than 34,000 member families committed to protecting Utah’s farms and ranches, and ensuring a safe, fresh and locally grown food supply. Our members live in all of Utah’s 29 counties and belong to county Farm Bureaus, which, in turn, comprise the Utah Farm Bureau Federation.

Utah Farm Bureau Markets were created in order to give local farmers and ranchers direct-to-consumer sales, and to give consumers an opportunity to meet and talk to the men and women who grow their food. We are a food-only market, with an emphasis on produce and staple foods.

Farm Bureau is an independent, non-governmental, voluntary organization of farm and ranch families united for the purposes of addressing their problems and formulating action to achieve educational improvement, economic opportunity and social advancement and, thereby, to promote the national well-being. Farm Bureau is local, county, state, national and international in its scope and influence, and is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-secret in character. Farm Bureau is the voice of agriculture at all levels.

UFBF represents all commodity interests and is involved in all issues that are of concern to the state’s farmers and ranchers, including taxation, property rights and services to the farm community.

The organization works to support its producer members through legislative advocacy, leadership development programs, commodity associations, rural health & safety programs, insurance products, marketing, and other services.

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Can be found here:

  • South Jordan Market
    • Saturdays 9am-2pm
    • August 3-October 19

Utah Farm Bureau Farmers Market at Murray Park

The Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF) is the state’s largest voluntary organization of farmers and ranchers – but really, we consist of more than 34,000 member families committed to protecting Utah’s farms and ranches, and ensuring a safe, fresh and locally grown food supply. Our members live in all of Utah’s 29 counties and belong to county Farm Bureaus, which, in turn, comprise the Utah Farm Bureau Federation.

Utah Farm Bureau Markets were created in order to give local farmers and ranchers direct-to-consumer sales, and to give consumers an opportunity to meet and talk to the men and women who grow their food. We are a food-only market, with an emphasis on produce and staple foods.

Farm Bureau is an independent, non-governmental, voluntary organization of farm and ranch families united for the purposes of addressing their problems and formulating action to achieve educational improvement, economic opportunity and social advancement and, thereby, to promote the national well-being. Farm Bureau is local, county, state, national and international in its scope and influence, and is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-secret in character. Farm Bureau is the voice of agriculture at all levels.

UFBF represents all commodity interests and is involved in all issues that are of concern to the state’s farmers and ranchers, including taxation, property rights and services to the farm community.

The organization works to support its producer members through legislative advocacy, leadership development programs, commodity associations, rural health & safety programs, insurance products, marketing, and other services.

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Can be found here:

  • Murray Park Market
    • Friday and Saturday 8am-2pm
    • July 26-October 26

Onchenda Open Global Food Cooperative, B. Corp

Onchenda Open Global Food Cooperative is a Utah-based Benefit Corporation. We provide the only globally scalable localized food production & distribution system that cures ALL the nationally surveyed pain points of consumers by delivering great taste, reasonable prices, healthfulness, convenience, and sustainability all in one solution. We promote the local food movement and collaborate with local farmers’ markets.

Onchenda’s Online Farmers’ Market is our matchmaker marketplace platform. It’s the economic bridge between deployment of regenerative agriculture methods to local farmers on the production side, and local marketing and delivery infrastructures to consumers on the distribution side. Taken together as whole system – regenerative local food production, convenient direct online marketing & sales, and low-cost order pick-up & delivery – local food security and economic resilience can be restored wherever implemented.

For local farmers, ranchers, market gardeners, dairies, fisheries, and value-added food producers, Onchenda is a regional food cooperative that will provide you many benefits, visit our website for more information.

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Can be found here:

  • Online @ www.onchendafarmersmarket.com

Kuwahara Wholesale

Shop Local, Eat Local, Spend Local, Enjoy Local. Welcome to the only Farmers Market open 7 days a week, located right here in Sandy. To us, supporting our local farmers is one of the most important things to do. Going to a box store to get your produce might be easier, but once you taste local you will understand why it’s better. Come see us! We get in fresh picked produce from different farmers around Utah every. single. day. and on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays we serve fresh tamales, bbq corn, hot dogs, and snow cones.

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Reviews

This is the best nursery in the valley. I have been shopping there since Alex opened his doors. It gets bigger and better every year. I’m so grateful to have this wonderful garden center just a mile from my home.

Trish Weatherman,

Facebook Review

Beautiful flowers, corn is to die for! Good customer service. Friendly. Free grilled corn on Tuesday

Vicki Wiser Speer, 

Facebook Review

A great little Farmer’s market open on weekdays. Just what I was wishing for! Besides local produce, they have an interesting selection of other locally made products. And they are located right on State Street so are easy to get to.

Sarah Eklund,

Facebook Review

New Roots Farm

Many refugees and other New Americans come to the U.S. with backgrounds in agriculture. New Roots, a farmer training and food access initiative of the International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City, provides these communities with a way to reconnect with land, grow culturally appropriate vegetables, and leverage their farming skills to earn supplemental income.

New Roots farmers earn income through produce sales to local schools, restaurants and Whole Foods Markets in Utah. They also operate three workplace CSA’s, delivering vegetable shares to employees of partnering businesses. New Roots founded and continues to operate and sell at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market and new for 2019, New Roots Farmers Market at Central Park.     

New Roots farmers grow a number of crops familiar to the American palate, including Beets, Carrots, Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, Spring Mix, a variety of  Peppers, and Eggplant. Additionally, they grow speciality ethnic crops like African Eggplant, Aleppo Peppers, Amaranth Greens, Molokhia (Egyptian Spinach), Thai Chili Peppers, Tatume Squash, and long beans, among others.

All proceeds from sales go to the program’s 35+ farmers who originate from Sudan, Burma, Bhutan, Chad, Somalia, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The farmers collectively manage 15 acres of leased land spread throughout Salt Lake County.

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Provo Farmers Market

The Provo Farmers Market is a community-based organization that provides a venue for the sale of fresh, locally-grown produce and locally-made arts and crafts, food artisans and on-site food vendors.

We’re a great place for growers, artists, neighbors, civic leaders and nonprofit organizations to meet and mingle. By knowing and supporting each other, we can make positive improvements in our community. Because we want to ensure all families have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, we accept payments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through our wooden token program.

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Reviews

Great produce, great crafts, fun Saturday activity.

Quinn Peterson,

Facebook Review

Excellently orchestrated with a large variety of vendors and small businesses!

Stephe Hatch,

Facebook Review

The produce at the farmer markets taste delicious. I love to shop there for my fruits and veggies!

Florinda Infante,

Facebook Review

Downtown Farmers Market

The Downtown Farmers Market provides opportunities for local growers, food and craft artisans to display and sell items to the public. The focus of the market is to provide local growers with the opportunity to bring fresh produce as well as flora, bulbs, cheeses, eggs, and jellies directly to the public.

The market family has recently expanded to include the Winter Market at Rio Grande Depot, bringing us one step closer to our goal of a year-round venue for farmers, growers, and food purveyors. Come see why our vendors are passion and pride for the products they make, and why our motto is “Make it, bake it or grow it.”

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Reviews

It was absolutely amazing! I can hardly wait to go again! My grandkids loved it too! The kids say it’s the best place ever! They loved the samples and the music of the various people. Great time had by all!

Cindy Dolar,

Facebook Review

Great people! Great vendors! It’s fantastic that the community comes together for the promotion of delicious fresh grown fruits, vegetables , home maid treats ! If you have not been? Check it out!

Shan Ingleby,

Facebook Review

I’ve been to a lot of markets and this doesn’t disappoint, certainly worth going to if you’re nearby. Food, gifts, music, and produce was all exceptional.

Kenneth Smithee,

Facebook Review

Downtown Farmers Market St. George

We are a local Farmers Market located in Ancestor Square in Historic Downtown St. George Utah. We have seasonal farm fresh produce, eggs, and artisans who represent Washington and Iron County. We are proud of the intimate feel of the market, and we always encourage residents to shop local first.

Come listen to music, enjoy a beautiful Utah morning, grab breakfast and get your weekly shopping done. This is the place to buy seasonal produce such as fruits and vegetables; free range beef, pork, and lamb; cheeses such as goat, feta, gouda and cheddar; free range organic eggs; local honey; granola; live plants; herbs; handmade soaps and lotions; crafts; and art. Everything is homegrown, handmade and locally produced.

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Reviews

I love the downtown farmers market! I went as many times as I could last season. I sure am looking forward to this spring!!!!!

Carole Jones,

Facebook Review

I absolutely love this and go every week!! Thanks for having it!

Brittany McBride,

Facebook Review

Friendly people and a nice place to shop, browse, and hang out. Easy to get around with the recent move to the parking lot area. Yummy lavender lemonade!!!

Paula Ferrario,

Facebook Review