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About the Farmers' Market
Consistently award-winning farmers’ market for over 22 years, this market was voted Top 5 in the Nation by American Farmland Trusts’ Favorite Farmers’ Market Contest. This Farmers’ Market showcases over 80 farmers and food purveyors every Sunday, 9am to 1pm hosted by the City of Mountain View at the Caltrain Station year-round. The third largest market in the state, it offers an extensive selection of organic produce, baked goods and fresh flowers. The market is proud of its Congressional Recognition honoring its efforts to provide fruits/vegetables to those in need through the Community Service Agency.
There are no pets allowed in the farmers' market.
80+ farmers and vendors
Every Sunday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Mountain View Caltrain Station, 600 West Evelyn Ave., Mountain View, CA 94041
There are free city lots along Hope St. and two parking garages, the nearest of which is on Bryant St & W Evelyn. Ave. Limited parking is available at the Caltrain Station and in nearby neighborhoods.
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WHAT'S IN SEASON?
FOOD FROM THE FARMERS' MARKET TASTES SWEET, CRISP, AND FRESH!
Often fruits and vegetables were picked just hours before the farmers' market opens, and have traveled less than fruits and vegetables traveling through the conventional wholesale channel to the grocery stores. The fruit offered at farmers' markets is sweeter because it has higher sugar content because it has ripened on a tree instead of a truck/train or shelf. Talk to your favorite farmers about their harvest techniques, their favorite family recipes and their special heirloom seeds handed down through generations.
MEET your MARKET MANAGER team
Our Market Manager Team includes highly qualified managers and support staff with diverse backgrounds ranging from farming, project management, design, business and non-profit management, environmental science, and more. Meet the great people that run your farmers' market.