Good health and good food go hand in hand.
Visit our weekly certified farmers market and stock up on fresh produce, eggs, honey, nuts, whole-grain baked goods, flowers, ready-to-eat snacks, meals, and more. The market is located near the Medical Office Building/Palm entrance of the Fresno Medical Center.
Wednesdays, year-round (weather permitting)
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ● March through November
9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ● December through February
Fresno Medical Center
7300 N. Fresno Street
Kaiser Permanente Fresno Farmers Market accepts CalFresh EBT, WIC Fruit and Vegetable Checks (FVC) and WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks (FMNP). The market also offers Market Match.
For more information about the market, contact Public Affairs, (559) 448-4128.
Year-round farmers and vendors
Basilwood Farm – A family-owned and operated goat farm where they create skin nourishing goat’s milk soap, bath bombs, skin care and more goodies for you to enjoy.
Bread and Butter – Satisfy your craving for Filipino breads like Pandesal and Ensaimada from this popular local bakery. They also specialize in international desserts and pastries.
Casa de Tamales – Award-winning Casa de Tamales is a local family-owned Mexican restaurant specializing in premium artisan tamales. Grab a lunch plate or take home a dozen. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options available.
Cornett Farms – Stock up on local honey, tree fruit, and nuts.
Dates by DaVall – Delight your sweet tooth with a healthy alternative – fresh and dried dates. Grown in Coachella, California, this farmer’s family is the original cultivator of the Honey and Empress dates.
Fagundes Farms – Savor the taste of local artisanal cheese, in a variety of flavors.
Ferrer Farm – Shop beets, lemons, mandarins, lettuce, radishes, carrots and more during the winter months; and stone fruit, melons, local strawberries, corn, Armenian cucumbers and more during the spring and summer months.
Golden State Snacks – Satisfy those cravings with healthy and local snacks including nuts, seed mixes, dried fruit, veggie chips and more. Have a sweet tooth? Chocolate covered nuts are available too.
Her Farms – Shop over 50 different types of fresh vegetables including lettuce, kale, herbs, onion, broccoli, chard, bok choy, tomatoes, squash, and more.
Jammin’ Jams – Add flavor to your meals with delicious jams and jellies, many sugar-free. Pickled products like okra, Brussels sprouts, pickles, and artichokes are also for sale.
Mesple Farms – Delight in fresh figs and apricots, when in season. Stock up on dried figs, apricots, and raw almonds year-round.
Ohana Pantry – Healthy eating on the go with sorbet-based dragon fruit, acai, activated charcoal and green tea bowls topped with fresh fruit, granola and more.
Olde Tyme Kettle Korn – Savor fresh, hot popcorn in small, medium or large bags. The tantalizing smell of popping corn is free.
Privileged Valley Produce – Get a healthy dose of Vitamin C with their fresh-squeezed orange juice and pomegranate juice in a variety of sizes.
Raw Fresno – Experience healthy smoothies, prepared foods, snacks and salads made with farmers market ingredients by a certified raw foods chef.
Spoon and Fork Catering – Feast on Filipino and Asian fusion cuisine featuring lumpia, pancit, sinangag (Filipino fried rice) and more. Meat and vegetarian options available. Menu changes weekly.
Sweet Tree Farms – Relish the sweetness with certified organic stone fruits, apples, oranges, and grapes.
Terry Ranch – Stock up on farm-fresh chicken, duck, and goose eggs which are bursting with flavor and freshness.
Seasonal farmers and vendors
Daisy Ortiz Farms – Juicy, sweet strawberries from Watsonville are available from March to November. Stock up!
Grammar’s Garden – Brighten your home or office with fresh-cut flowers from this certified grower. Sunflowers, zinnia, statice, aster, cosmos, forget-me-nots and more are available. Potted plants and pumpkins available in the cooler months.
Independence Corn – Enjoy sweet bicolor corn during the summer months.
Luis Ortiz Farms – Enjoy raspberries and blackberries beginning in May, lasting through the fall months.
Warkentin Farms – Taste some of the sweetest and largest Flame and Autumn King grapes in the Valley, from July through October.
Willems Farms (“The Berry Lady”) – Get sweet, plump blueberries from Kingsburg beginning in May. Boysenberries and blackberries arrive in mid- to late May and last into July.
Yosemite Iris Society – Add color and beauty to your garden with potted iris plants, available in over 20 different varieties and colors. Bloom season is typically in late March through late May or June.