The University of Utah Farmers Market links local growers and artisans with the campus community and provides access to fresh, healthy, local produce and unique arts and crafts. Approximately 30 vendors attend the University of Utah Farmers Market each week during the first part of the fall semester.
Exploring the Market
The market takes place west of the Union building on Thursdays from 10am-2pm the first seven weeks of school. The market celebrates its 10th season in 2017! The market takes place from August 24-October 5, 2017. Contact Farmers Market Manager Ayrel Clark- Proffitt or Assistant Manager Jessica Kemper with questions about how to get involved. Produce and packaged food items at the market are also eligible to purchase with food stamps.
Double Up Your Food Purchases
Double Your Dollars returns for its fifth season! Students and SNAP recipients can double their purchases on grocery food items by buying two-for-one tokens from the Market Managers booth at the University of Utah Farmers Market. The Double Your Dollars program helps students purchase healthy, local foods. Eligible items include fruits, vegetables, honey, salsa, and baked goods. Tokens will be available from 10 am to 1 pm (or until the daily allotment runs out). Students must use cash to purchase tokens. SNAP recipients may use EBT cards. Each individual can receive up to 10 tokens per week.
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