Cultivating a Healthier, More Sustainable Lifestyle for all of North Texas
Nestled among the skyscrapers and the hustle of the city is a place where farmers become friends. In the middle of everything but away from it all, since 1941, the Dallas Farmers Market has been filled with wholesome produce and the collective fruits of our labor. Once a humble horse-and-wagon wholesale business, the market has grown with the city and turned into a hub for farm-fresh vegetables, dairy and more.
Today, in the heart of downtown, the Dallas Farmers Market exists to cultivate a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle for all of North Texas. The Dallas Farmers Market is proudly Go Texan Certified, Member of the Farm Bureau + Dallas Agricultural Club + Farmers Market Coalition + American Farm Bureau Federation + Best Of Dallas by Dallas Observer and a Certified Farmers Market by The Texas Department of Agriculture.
Honesty, transparency and responsibility are the guiding forces behind our organization. We believe in educating our community about how to live in a natural, balanced way. In the heart of downtown, is where you’ll find the Dallas Farmers Market.
Dallas Farmer’s Market Response to COVID-19
How We’re Supporting You During COVID-19:
There is no higher priority to our entire Dallas Farmers Market family than the safety of our shoppers and employees. We are keeping the wellness of shoppers, ourselves and our teams in mind while also continuing to bring our community the healthy food they need and assure the survival of our local farms and small businesses. Rest assured, we are monitoring this with CDC/local public health guidance and the City of Dallas and are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of all shoppers. We encourage you to visit the CDC website for updated information and safety precaution tips at cdc.gov.
The Dallas Farmers Market has implemented these increased safety measures: the use of hand wash stations for farmers, food makers and non-food vendors; additional hand wash facilities + hand sanitizing stations in customer areas since regular hand washing, and avoiding touching your face, is the best defense against spreading disease; eliminating all sampling; increased cleaning frequency of tables in booths + common areas; providing gloves for employees + vendors. Farmers’ markets are integral parts of local food systems and economies and provide an opportunity to purchase fresh produce and pantry staples. Each individual circumstance dictates where to make these purchases.
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920 S. Harwood
Dallas, TX 75201