Top 5 Farmers’ Markets in Philadelphia

Just because you’re in the city doesn’t mean you can’t have produce fresh from the farm! Philadelphia has some world class farmers’ markets, and we highly recommend them if they coincide with your stay.

5) Fitler Square Farmers’ Market

The Fitler Square Farmers’ Market features fresh produce and herbs from Brogue Hydroponics, whole-grain baked goods from Big Sky Bread Bakery, grass-fed beef from Jennings 1785 Farm and coffee from Philly Fair Trade Roasters.
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4) Clark Park Framer’s Market

Amish pastries, heirloom vegetables, fresh-cut flowers and dried herbs are just a few of the goodies available at the popular Clark Park Market in West Philadelphia.
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3) Fair Food Farm Stand in Reading Terminal Market

Located in the Reading Terminal Market, the Fair Food Farmstand carries a wide variety of fresh produce, meats, poultry, dairy, cheese, eggs and value-added products from more than 90 sustainable farms and food producers in southeast Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey, including urban farms within the city of Philadelphia. The Farmstand is unique both regionally and nationally by offering the product mix of the best farmers’ market with the convenience and accessibility of a grocery store.
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2) Rittenhouse Square Market

Held Saturdays (year round) from 10:00am – 2:00pm, the Rittenhouse Square Farmers’ Market is organized by Farm to City and features goods from farmers throughout the region. The market vendors setup on Walnut Street between 18th and 19th Streets. Farm to City is a Philadelphia- based program whose goal is to unite communities, families, and farmers year-round through good locally grown food.
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1) Headhouse Farmer’s Market

Held every Sunday May through December, beneath the historic Headhouse Shambles at Headhouse Square, The Food Trust’s largest weekly farmers market also happens to be its most popular and well-attended. The market boasts more than 25 farmers and producers, all displaying their fresh produce, baked goods and local meats, cheeses and wines. Also look out for a rotating roster of food trucks selling delicious ready to eat items like tacos and artisan sausages.
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