Year-round sunshine and a growing season that needn't halt for winter's chill means Phoenicians and visitors can gather to shop for farm-fresh goods any time of year.

Get the details on some of Greater Phoenix's most popular farmers markets below and visit ArizonaCommunityFarmersMarkets.com for info on additional markets.

 

Phoenix Public Market

 

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The Phoenix Public Market brings farm-fresh goods right into the city’s urban heart every Saturday morning. The market supports small farmers and businesses that produce healthy products for the community. Chat with the farmers themselves and discuss what’s growing for the upcoming season, grab a mat for free Yoga at the Market, circle around with the kiddos for Story Time at the Market hosted by Bookmans, and put on your apron for the weekly cooking workshop demos.  

Saturdays (May-Sep): 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Saturdays (Oct-Apr): 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

14 E Pierce St, Phoenix 85004 


Uptown Farmers Market


In uptown Phoenix get inspired by the community through Arizona produce, handmade food, and handcrafted goods. Get tips from volunteer at free weekly cooking demos, and get your fruits and veggies diced and sliced onsite at the veggie valet. 

Saturday mornings, year-round
8 a.m. – 12 noon (May – Sept.)
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Oct. – April)
Market moves Indoors for June/July/August

Wednesday mornings
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Oct. – June)
Wednesday Market closes July – September

5757 N Central Ave, Phoenix 85013
 

Tempe Farmers Market

 

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The Tempe Farmer’s Market believes that healthy shopping should be available every day, not just once a week. Satisfy daily cravings for organic smoothies and gluten-free treats at this indoor market. Go bananas for its organic smoothie and coffee bar, or take a trip to the vegan deli for gluten-free treats, pre-made meals, and fresh salads. It’s your local vegan and gluten-free grocery store. 

Open daily 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.

805 S Farmer Ave, Tempe 85281
 

Momma’s Organic Market

 

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Momma's market has most of your whole home covered. In addition to a number of veggie vendors, there's meat, poultry and seafood outlets, pasta, local honey, baked goods and many more sellers. Plus a plethora of non-food vendors with candles, cutting boards, canine treats and much more. 

Every Saturday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

9744 W Northern Ave, Peoria 85345
 

Gilbert Farmers Market


Located near downtown Gilbert’s iconic water tower, the Gilbert Farmers Market is open year round for local shopping and family fun. Score a few guilty pleasures along with your basket of farm-fresh produce: Vendors offer hand pies, chocolates and savory nut butters in addition to organic farm goods and grocery. Bring the kids to enjoy food truck fare and face painting. Parking is free and pets are welcome.

Saturdays 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

222 N Ash St, Gilbert 85234
 

Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market


Stop in for cheese and crackers with a wine tasting, bring your dull knives for their sharpening service, and grab a handy dandy notebook as you hear about unique vegetables you may have never heard of. Leave with fresh lemonade that’s squeezed right in front of you, or take home handmade goods from local artists.  

Saturdays 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. (Closed during summer)

3806 N. Brown Ave Scottsdale 85251