Arizona Farmers' Markets and Farm Pick-ups
ATTENTION: Please check DIRECTLY with your nearest market or farmer to confirm hours/location. We are trying to keep this site updated, but markets are responding quickly to the COVID-19 outbreak. Their social media pages are the best source of information at this time.
UNLIMITED Double Up until further notice. Families can double ANY amount of SNAP/EBT or P-EBT benefits when buying local food at farmers' markets, CSAs, and grocery stores that participate in Double Up Food Bucks Arizona. Learn more at https://www.doubleupaz.org/.
Your local farmers' market is a place to find food during the COVID-19 outbreak. Many markets and farms are adding alternative options like car pick-ups so customers can get food while staying at least six feet away from others.
Use the interactive map to find farmers' markets and farm pick-ups near you by entering your zip code. Click on the location name for business hours, payment options, and months of operation. Find more fresh produce pick-up sites.
What is a farmers market?
A farmers market is a place where local farmers and food producers sell their products directly to consumers. Most farmers markets are open once a week and offer a variety of fruits and vegetables. Many markets also sell baked goods, meats, cheeses, herbs, plants, prepared foods, and arts and crafts products.
To update an entry or to file about a complaint about this map, please email AZHealthZone@azdhs.gov or call 602-542-1886.