Gilmer Farms is a boutique jam and pickle company located in Salt Lake City. We specialize in connecting people to each other through pure simple food, for relaxation and rejuvenation.
While we make delicious, jams and pickles with unique flavor combinations, using locally sourced ingredients, we also provide serving suggestions and recipes that allow people to connect over the ritual of having a meal. The world is moving too fast, and people are missing the opportunity to spend time with each other because it feels overwhelming to put together a delectable meal with everything else that is happening each day. At Gilmer Farms, we provide exceptional products, and ways to serve them, that takes the guess work out of building a moment of connectedness.
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 $20 match incentive for the 2019 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 $20. For example: when a customer chooses to spend $20 from their EBT card, they will receive an additional $20 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.
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.
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.
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 abd 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!
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.
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.
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.”
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!
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!
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.
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.
Happy Valley Farmer’s Market is a community of local farmers and artisans with a common goal: to bring our community together and celebrate our talent within it. Our market was established to provide a place to find fresh, local produce and unique, handmade items.
Bring your family and come to the market. You’ll enjoy locally-grown fruits and vegetables, homemade foods, arts, crafts and entertainment.
I love going to the Happy Valley Farmers Market. It helps us share the things we love to do. I love to see how happy people are. I’d like to thank all you who have come to share that happiness with us. Thank you Jamie for working so hard for all us.
I love going there to get honey from the honey guy.
Love this little farmers market! Has some amazing food trucks!
Runs every Wednesday, July – August from 5 – 8 pm.
The Sugar House Farmers Market has something for everyone. Complete your mid-week shopping with fresh local produce, meat and endless artisan foods to stock the pantry. We believe in “growing farmers,” and we are proud to introduce small and emerging urban farms to the community.
Join us each Wednesday evening at Fairmont Park, one of Sugar House’s hidden gems, where you can enjoy fresh local produce, unique and delicious foods or find that amazing artisan craft you’ve always been looking for. Relax to the sweet sounds of local musicians or drop by the pond to feed the ducks.
Tagge’s Famous Fruit and Veggie Farms is a grower of local fresh fruits and vegetables and maker of quality jams, jellies and salsas. Famous for our local fresh taste, we own farms and orchards along the Wasatch Front, offering some of the best produce Utah has to offer.
Our farm-fresh products are a staple in many households. You can enjoy farm-fresh products in our Community Sponsored Agriculture (CSA) program. Our CSA Tagge Box is a weekly distribution of our finest seasonal fruits and vegetables. From July to October, a selection of locally-grown fruits and vegetables are packed in a box that can be delivered to your home or picked up at a Tagge’s location.
You can even add half bushel boxes of produce to your order, or add on local honey, farm-fresh eggs, and our homemade salsa and jam. Taste the freshness at Tagge’s fruit stands and various farmers markets along the Wasatch Front.
The University of Utah Farmers Market links local growers and artisans with the campus community and provides access to fresh, healthy, local produce and unique arts and crafts. The market operates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays during the first session of fall semester.
Located on Tanner Plaza , west of the Student Union, we offer more than 35 vendors with fresh food options for students, faculty and the community. Choose from seasonal produce, local prepared food products, ready-to-eat foods, arts and crafts.