The South Bronx Farmers Market is located on 138th Street, between Willis and Alexander Avenues and near the 3rd Avenue/138th Street subway station on the 6 train. It is open Wednesdays and Saturdays 10am-4pm June through November and It is much more than just a local market. They offer healthy food options, community food education,… Continue reading Helping the Community Grow
The South Bronx Farmers Market offers the ability to help prolong the need for long term care services by offering healthier produce options, recipes, cooking demonstrations and an abundance of information about the local farmers and their products. Studies have shown that by incorporating healthy meals into our daily lifestyle, we can reduce many illnesses… Continue reading How Can Eating Local Help You And Your Community?
Sample New Foods Vendors at the South Bronx Farmers Market often have taste testings or free samples which encourages kids to try out new flavors, foods, and ingredients. Did you know that not all carrots are orange? Don’t hesitate to ask for recipe recommendations from the farmers and carry some new foods on your way… Continue reading Here’s What’s Hot at the SBFM
Some of the reasons why you might fancy a trip to the South Bronx Farmers Market include giving back to the community, developing healthier eating habits, learning more about farming, sampling new foods, saving money on grocery shopping, learning new cooking tips and recipes, engaging with the community, and contributing to reducing environmental harmful practices.… Continue reading Reasons To Visit The South Bronx Farmers Market
Established in 2014, the South Bronx Farmers Market aims to address public health crises in undernourishment, malnourishment, diabetes, and obesity by promoting access to locally grown, affordable, nutritious produce and healthy agricultural products for the under-served South Bronx’s residents. It facilitates crucial food subsidy programs such as the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program and Farmers… Continue reading Welcome to the South Bronx Farmers Market