Farmers Markets

Summit County's Farmers Market Locations

Ohio Department of Agriculture Resources

Farm Markets Farmers Markets
A farm market is a producer operated facility where fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items are offered for sale.A farmers market is a location where producers congregate to offer fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items for sale. A farmers market is a location where producers congregate to offer fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items for sale.
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Please note, depending on the types of foods being sold and where they were prepared, harvested, etc. there may be additional licensing requirements through ODA (home bakery, canneries, etc.) or the local health department (mobile or temporary licenses).  In some situations individuals may be exempt from a food license if certain criteria are met such as cottage food but labeling is usually the biggest hurdle for folks to overcome.

Produce Perks is Ohio’s nutrition incentive program, which matches the value of SNAP/EBT with additional dollars to spend on fruits and vegetables when SNAP consumers shop at participating farmers markets and grocery stores. Produce Perks double the purchasing power of SNAP consumers and unlocks affordable access to fruits and vegetables. WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) is associated with the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, popularly known as WIC. Eligible WIC participants are issued FMNP coupons in addition to their regular WIC benefits. These coupons can be used to buy eligible foods from farmers, farmers' markets or roadside stands that have been approved by the state agency to accept FMNP coupons.
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