Santa Fe Farmers Market, a Tuesday and Saturday Tradition -
Santa Fe Farmers Market

Go to the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market each Saturday morning to take part in Northern New Mexico’s one-of-a-kind culture and agricultural history. Along with excellent fruit and vegetables, baked items, jams, as well as various other products in your area of expanded food goods, the marketplace includes crafts, natural items, soaps, and also various other excellent gifts made from local farming products. The marketplace additionally showcases live music, youngsters’ activities, and also unique events throughout the year. Delight in a sunny mug of coffee, bread, as well as breakfast burrito at the snack bar as you experience this 40-year-old weekly event in Santa Fe, NM.

Farmers’ Markets in the Santa Fe Railyard
Saturdays 8 a.m.-1 p.m. October through May (winter hours)
7 a.m.- 1 p.m., June through September (summer hours)
Tuesday markets are 8 a.m.-1 p.m., May-November

Southside Market in the Santa Fe Place Mall at Zafarano Dr. Entrance
July thru September on Tuesdays: 3 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.

Farmers’ Market Shops
Saturdays: 8am-1pm
Tuesdays: 8am-1pm
Sundays: 10am-4pm

About the Santa Fe Farmers Market

The market that began with a handful of farmers in the late 1960s is now New Mexico’s largest farmers’ market and one of the most widely recognized markets in the United States.

The Santa Fe Farmers Market represents over 150 active vendors and features hundreds of different agricultural products. To further meet Santa Fe’s demand for fresh, local produce, the Market began operating year-round in 2002, and with more and more farmers using extended growing techniques, the “off-season” becomes more successful every year.

The Santa Fe Farmers Market assures that all products sold by its vendors are always locally grown by the people selling them. 100% of the vegetables, fruits, and nursery plants available at Santa Fe Farmers Markets are grown right here in northern New Mexico. The same goes for at least 80% of the ingredients and materials used to make all processed and craft items.

Santa Fe Farmers’ Market does not allow reselling. That means that the people doing the growing and producing are the same smiling folks who sell those products to you at Market. Got a question about how your food is grown? You’re at the right place because at the Santa Fe Farmers Market, the salesperson is also the farmer!

The Santa Fe Farmers Market is proud of its high standards. When you shop at Santa Fe Farmers Markets, you are making an educated and healthy choice both for yourself and for our northern New Mexico community.

This article was posted by Cheryl Fallstead

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