Cambridge Farmers Markets

Cambridge Farmers Market

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Cambridge Farmers Markets

Fresh local fruit at the markets

About Cambridge Farmers Markets

If you’re looking for fresh ingredients and a taste of local culture, Cambridge and the Cambridge Farmers Markets can supply your needs from spring until fall.

Monday through Sunday, you can find a market full of fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, cheese, and culture at various sites around the community.

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The food you’ll find

Sweets lovers can stop by the local bakery tables for a fresh Danish or berry-filled muffin.

Savory food aficionados should test out the cheese tables that usually offer options from hard to soft to slightly hole-y.

Need a hunk of meat for dinner? The local butchers present fresh-sliced meats including pork, beef, chicken, and lamb.

Feel good about Cambridge Farmers Markets

The Cambridge Farmers Markets support agriculture from farms all across New England and the local economy, and they create a place for businesses and the community to build relationships. Organizers and participants also help educate the public on sustainable agriculture, health and the benefits of fresh food.

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Local artists play at the Cambridge Farmers Markets

More things to do at Cambridge Farmers Markets

Live music, local Cambridge artists and crafts also fill the squares each day. Click here to see where you can take children, family, and friends for the food and the entertainment.

At the Cambridge Farmers Markets, past vendors include Cedar Run Cattle Farms, Kimball Fruit Farm, and Taza’s Chocolates.

Participating sites include Harvard University, Charles Square, Kendall Square, Cambridge Center, Central Square, and Cambridgeport. Each rotates and alters operating times based on the day of the week.

Vendors and organizers of the Cambridge Farmers Markets accept Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). This is part of the effort to support the availability of healthy food options for all.

For more information about the Cambridge Farmers Markets, click here.

For a map of the sites for the Cambridge Farmers Market click here.