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The University of Utah Farmers Market links local growers, artisans and resources for healthy lives with students, faculty and staff campus. Market vendors provide on-campus access to various cuisines, as well as produce, baked goods, gifts, art and more, while local organizations and on-campus departments showcase the full range of resources available to students. The U Farmers Market takes place Thursdays outside the Union building for the first half of the fall semester.

The 2024 Fall Farmers Market is coming up!

Be sure to stop by Tanner Plaza, between the Student Services Building and the Union (west side) between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the following Thursdays:

August 22
August 29
September 5
September 12
September 19
September 26
October 3

Interested in being a vendor? Applications will open soon! Please contact to express your interest - we will notify you when the application for Fall 2024 is open.


Check out our fantastic vendors from 2023!

Arete Gelato: Locally sourced and made artisan gelato and sorbetto.

AdornYou: Personalized forever bracelets, anklets, necklaces and body chains.

Afghangems: Jewelry crafted from naturally colored gemstones specifically from Afghanistan.

Baby’s Bagels: Born and bred in Utah, Baby's bagels are hand rolled using only the finest ingredients, including Utah-milled flour and Salt Lake City water.

Be-Bohemian Clothing: Handmade clothing made of natural materials like organic hemp cotton and Rayon.

BlueZircon Clothing: Handmade clothing.

Crippsn Corner: 3D printed jewelry, dragons and filled bath bombs.

Edible Campus Gardens: Fresh produce from your and our very own on-campus gardens that serve as a living lab.

Happy Color: Handmade and designed tie dye clothing.

Keech Chocolate: Chocolate that everyone can eat: organic, made without sugar and only with the cleanest ingredients.

KRCL: Through music and stories created for a culturally open-minded community, 90.9fm KRCL is a catalyst for creating a better, more inclusive and engaged Utah.

La Casa de la Empanada: Authentic Peruvian empanadas made from scratch.

Liv Pure Acai: A food truck serving smoothies and acai bowls.

Mama Africa: African food promoting authentic flavors and culture in the state of Utah.

Mary Grace Painting: Paintings!

Moni Ellee Art: Oil paintings that channel the vast and wildly vivid West.

Nikolazza Art: Beautiful original watercolor and digital art, prints, magnets and stickers; also amazing Henna Tattoos made with organic and natural henna paste.

Notes from Nellie: Custom made, unique and timeless jewelry. Each purchase of jewelry comes with its own Nellie Note to keep for yourself or to pass along to others.

Nothing Bundt Cakes: Small bundt cakes that come in many different delicious flavors.

Pacific Island Grill: Food truck bringing island food locally. Specially BBQ-marinated chicken, ribs, katsu chicken, paired with rice and mac salad.

Salsa Del Diablo: Small batch craft salsa using local ingredients. Think "Mexico City meets California" salsa.

SOBE Eats: Elevated Mexican food.

Uinta Coffee: Mobile coffee and espresso bar featuring fairly traded and organic coffees and teas. Served hot and cold and made to order.

Wild Waters Soapery: Fine soaps and shampoo bars that support local animal rescue operations with a portion of the profits.