Farmers Markets are a fun excursion for the family or just yourself to pick up local produce, flowers, jams, enjoy live music and more. The Alpharetta Farmers Market is now open every Saturday morning as well as many other local cities farmers markets. If you are looking to buy organic food and products, many of the farmers markets sell organic fruits and vegetables. See the bottom of this article for information on farms that deliver to your home or have local pickup spots. Buy fresh and local!
SATURDAY’S 8:30 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. APRIL 13 THROUGH OCTOBER 26
Village Green in front of Alpharetta City Hall
2 Park Plaza
At the Downtown Alpharetta Farmers Market you will find farmers with fruits, vegetables and natural meats, gardeners with fresh flowers and herbs, and makers of all sorts of edible home goods from yummy desserts and breads to local raw honey and homemade sauces, jellies, soaps.
There will be no farmers market on August 3, 2019.
Visit the City of Alpharetta before the event in case of inclement weather or call 678-297-6133.
Open daily 9 am. – 9 pm. Famous market known for almost anything imaginable. They produce a variety of specialty products that are all-natural and preservatives free. E. Ponce de Leon, Decatur
Waiting on 2019 information. The market is in Historic Downtown Duluth. The market is all natural, organic and sustainable.
Looking for more information. Fridays
5368 McGinnis Ferry Rd
Forsyth, Georgia 30005
Downtown Historic Norcross
Tuesday’s May – October 4-8pm
74 Park Drive, Thrasher Park, on Buchanan Street next to the railroad tracks
Norcross, GA 30071
Saturdays through Mid December 2019 9 a.m. – Noon
Largest produce-only farmers market in the state. Produce-only means that everything in the market has been grown, raised or made by the seller ensuring fair prices for both vendors and consumers. Hands-on programming for children to learn about the earth, environment and how food grows. 35 chef demonstrations are scheduled for the season. Located: Cathedral of St Philip. 2744 Peachtree Rd NW
Saturdays starting 8 a.m. to 12:00 pm. April through October
Find farm-fresh vegetables, sun ripened fresh fruit and berries, fragrant herbs, beautiful flowers and plants, organic compost, artisan cheeses, organic herbal soaps, and more! The nationally recognized farmers market hosts more than 30 vendors and 25,000 patrons.
Kid’s POP Club: Designed to benefit local children ages 5-12, the POP Club draws from nutrition, culinary arts, agriculture and science to encourage awareness of healthy food choices. Through participating in a series of market events, members earn passport stamps. A completed passport is rewarded with a free kids meal at a participating, local restaurants.
Located at Roswell City Hall Parking Lot 38 Hill Street Roswell 30075 Facebook Page HERE
Palmetto, GA Saturdays through November 9:00 a.m. – 1 pm. Rain or Shine
The Serenbe Farmers and Artists Market is an eclectic market comprised of small local and sustainable growers, artisans, and craftsmen. A broad spectrum of vendors and customers meet each Saturday morning from 9 am until noon to share in their passion for sustainable food and local art.
The established market is held in a unique outdoor environment in the village green of the Serenbe community, surrounded by retail shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Each Saturday, we highlight exciting events and programming geared to educate and entertain our ever-growing customer base. We will have monthly chef demos, canning and preserving demos seasonally, and activities for children. Visit Facebook page HERE.
Will start back up spring 2019. Saturday’s Town Center Park
The season of fresh produce, lovely flowers, and yummy baked goods returns to Suwanee! Buy fresh, local produce from farmers! The Suwanee Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays, May 12 through October 6, at Town Center Park.
“The Suwanee Farmers Market has a loyal customer and farmer base,” notes Suwanee Events Manager Amy Doherty. “Our market is almost as much a social event as it is an opportunity to access locally grown produce and a variety of other items, such as salsa, honey, eggs and meat, seafood, and baked goods.”
Roswell’s Weekday Farmer’s Market Open all year on Thursdays 2-6pm
Dedicated to bringing local, quality produce and products to the community while supporting local businesses and non-profit organizations. Plan to stop on your way home from work or school; pop in on your way to practice; or swing by after a run in the park. See also HERE. 320 Hardscrabble Road World Harvest Church
Thursday’s 9 a.m. – 2pm April – November
Saturday’s 10 a.m. – 12 pm December – March
Vickery Village Courtyard
5920 Post Rd, Cumming, Georgia 30040
The mission of the Vickery Village Farmers Market is to provide access to fresh, high quality, locally-produced and healthy food products to the local community. All products offered at the market will be produced by local farmers and vendors and grown or produced using organic practices to the extent feasible.
The market standard incorporates the principles embodied under the Certified Naturally Grown (CNG) guidelines. Farmers that have received their CNG certification or USDA Organic certification will be given preference as well as those located in Forsyth County and within a 50-mile radius of Vickery Village. Please direct all market inquiries to Joern Seigies, Market Manager, at email@example.com
Farms that Deliver to Your Home
* There are several farms that deliver fresh produce to your home or specific pickup location:
Local Harvest Mulitple local locations for pickup. Pick and choose from their menu. Every Saturday morning they post a harvest menu online. Members have until 10 am Tuesday to place an order. They sort, bundle & deliver the produce, and you pick up the goods at a convenient neighborhood host site on Wednesday. LocalHarvest connects people looking for good food with the farmers who produce it. Buying local is about enjoying real food, grown yourself or purchased from people you trust. It’s about developing strong local economies and producing food on a human scale. It’s about eating seasonally, practicing the art of cooking, and sitting down to enjoy meals together. It requires ample local and regional producers, processors, and distributors. As they see it, the goal of the local food movement is to create thriving community-based food systems that will make high-quality local food available to everyone.
Sally’s Gluten Free Bakery on Kimball Bridge Rd is one stop.
Nature’s Garden fresh organic and mostly local fruits and veggies every other week. Offering home delivery of the finest (Naturally & Organically) grown fruits and vegetables right to your doorstep! Enjoy a fresh new seasonal menu each week. (naturesexpress.com)
Article updated annually in April. All opinions are my own. 2019 updated.