About Our Market
The South Bronx Farmers Market is located on the south side of 138th Street, between Willis and Alexander Avenues, in Mott Haven, South Bronx, near the 3rd Avenue/138th Street subway station on the 6 train. In 2015, the Market will be open every Saturday, from June 13 through November 21, from 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. We accept SNAP/EBT, WIC and FMNP checks. We will also participate in NYC's Health Bucks Program - during the Health Bucks season (July - Sept) shoppers that use their EBT at the markets will received a $2 Health Buck for every $5 spent, adding 40% to their spending power.
Directions: Take the 6 train to 3rd Avenue/138th Street, the first stop on the 6 train heading into the Bronx from Manhattan. Exit the train at Alexander Avenue (the east entrance) and the Market is across the street!
The mission of the South Bronx Farmers Market, Inc. (“SBFM”) is to address the public health crises in obesity, diabetes, malnourishment and undernourishment by promoting access to nutritious, affordable, locally grown produce and related agricultural products for the under-served residents of the South Bronx. SBFM’s principal purpose is to further its mission through four principal activities: (i) operating a farmers market in the South Bronx; (ii) connecting farmers and under-served consumers in the South Bronx, e.g., facilitating community sponsored agriculture endeavors (“CSA”); (iii) organizing educational, food-related programming and offering that programming for free to the community; and (iv) promoting urban agriculture in the South Bronx, e.g., fostering collaborations with local community gardens. SBFM 501(c)(3) organization.