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Clark Park Farmers' Market
Clark Park is home to one of the largest and most well-populated farmers’ market in Philadelphia, and boasts over a dozen vendors manning tables piled high with organic fruits, heirloom vegetables, milk, eggs, cheeses, meats and more. Sweet pastries and breads fresh from Amish ovens line the walkways, and the smells of honey, cut flowers, dried herbs, and chocolates perfume the park.
43rd St. & Baltimore Ave.
Saturday, 10am-2pm (year-round)
Thursday, 3pm-7pm (May-Wednesday, November 27) | THURSDAY MARKETS HAVE RETURNED
Visiting the Market
Every Saturday morning, Clark Park blooms with fresh, local produce, flower stands, food carts, and shoppers of all ages and backgrounds.
Clark Park Farmers’ Market operates year-round and is located at 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue. Hours of operation are 10am-2pm on Saturdays year-round, and 3-7pm on Thursdays from May through Thanksgiving.
UCD works with The Food Trust to organize and promote the enormous Clark Park Farmers’ Market, and to provide shopping tips and education about lesser-known produce. The Food Trust’s goal is to help market-goers and their families understand and enjoy fresh, nutritious and local food.
But the Clark Park Farmers’ Market is more than just an opportunity to buy food and flowers. It’s an integral neighborhood event, where neighbors and visitors come together to talk, shop, and revitalize their community. They can meet the farmers who grow their food and help support local agriculture, all while eating produce more flavorful and sustainable than anything found in a supermarket. Learn more about The Food Trust or sign up for their Fresh Times Newsletter.
All of the farmers at the Clark Park markets accept WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers for fresh fruits and vegetables.
The ACCESS/food stamps card is accepted at every stand at the market, excepting food trucks. For every $5 that customers spend using food stamp benefits, they receive a $2 Philly Food Bucks coupon that can be used on fruits and vegetables.
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