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SNAP EBT & Market Tokens

You can pay with your credit, debit or EBT card at the market. In addition to cash, Mill City Farmers Market vendors accept our wooden market tokens. Stop by the market’s information booth to purchase tokens with your card. In response to COVID-19, many of our vendors are also accepting pre-order payment, venmo, pay pal

Market Preorder

Preorder

Accepting PREORDERs for 8/1 The State of Minnesota considers farmers markets essential grocery providers, and we plan to remain open to serve our community every Saturday May through October, unless otherwise directed by officials. Preorders create a more efficient shopping experience for vendors and customers but are not required. All vendors will also be offering traditional

COVID-19 and MCFM

Updated June 25, 2020 The State of Minnesota considers farmers markets essential grocery providers, and we plan to remain open to serve our community every Saturday May through October, unless otherwise directed by officials. Farmers markets are a vital part of our food system and are essential to our farmers. We encourage you to stock

Charitable Fund

The success of the Mill City Farmers Market’s educational programming, farmer and food maker grants and food access work since the market’s inception in 2006 inspired the creation of a Charitable Fund. While the Market has been funded by sponsorships and individual donations, this new fund will allow the organization to expand the scope, reach

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Friends of the Market

Friends of the Market donations directly impact the work of the Mill City Farmers Market Charitable Fund. In 2019, we: Inspired 5,600 shoppers with seasonal recipes in the Mill City Cooks and Meet Your Vegetables “can do” cooking demos Empowered 2,900 children to make healthy eating choices in the Power of Produce veggie tasting club Matched all

About

Mill City Farmers Market is Minneapolis’ trusted source for healthy, local and organic groceries, bringing a wide assortment of fresh food, cooking education and live entertainment to one beautiful space. MCFM is a non-profit organization that was founded in June of 2006 by farm-to-table chef and restaurantuer Brenda Langton, in collaboration with the Mill City

Letter from our executive director

Letter from our Director

Dear Mill City Farmers Market Friends and Supporters, The Mill City Farmers Market Harvest Social is on September 10th, and we need your support! This event is a celebration of our community and the bountiful fall harvest. It is held in the Mill City Museum Train Shed and features an abundant farm-to-table, organic dinner prepared by our…  Read More

12 Facts for 12 Years

MCFM turns 12 this season! This week we’re celebrating the past dozen years of “healthy foods, local farmers” with 12 facts about the market’s vendors, programming and shoppers, leading up to opening day this Saturday, May 6! 1 Our vendors farm 1,255 acres of sustainable land in Minnesota and Wisconsin. 2 Our vendors plant 0 GMOs.…  Read More

MN First State To Fund SNAP Incentives At Farmers Markets

June 1, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Minnesota Is The First State To Fund SNAP Incentives At Farmers Markets Minnesota offers $10 match program for low-income families and individuals to shop at farmers markets. Minneapolis, Minn.—The Mill City Farmers Market is open for the season, and it looks a lot different for customers using Supplemental Nutrition…  Read More