If you are headed to a farmers market always check the website first. Many farmers market might have COVID protocols. Its something to do on a Saturday, to get in some walking steps. Plus, you don’t have to spend a lot of money. Not in this area, go to this website and put in your zip code to find a farmers market near you. https://www.ams.usda.gov/local-food-directories/farmersmarkets
Brick Farmers’ Market
May 1 – October 22; Saturdays, 8:30AM – 1PM
Brick Farmers’ Market is committed to providing a venue where local farmers, producers, artisans and crafters provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to the community. The market inspires open communication between consumers and growers, promotes buying fresh and eating local, and promotes nutritious food choices. As a family-friendly market, it creates a strong sense of community. The Market is rain or shine. Pets are not permitted at the Farmers’ Market.
Windward Beach Park, 265 Princeton Ave, Brick, NJ
West Windsor Community Farmer’s Market
May – Thanksgiving; Saturdays, 9AM – 1PM
As a community gathering place, a destination for foodies, and a home to good food and seasonal produce, the WWCFM continues to grow and create a vibrant, welcoming place for West Windsor residents and those from surrounding communities. The range of items offered by their farmers includes organic and conventionally grown fruits and vegetables; locally grown oats; alpaca and llama fiber products; grass-fed beef, pastured pork, lamb, poultry, and eggs; artisan cheese and yogurt; savory and sweet pies; cut flowers; honey; mushrooms; cider; bedding plants, and hanging baskets. Vendors offer include artisan bread and pastries; jams; tomato sauces and ketchup; wild-caught fresh fish and shellfish; gluten-free bread and treats; fresh pasta, and knife sharpening.
Vaughn Drive Lot at the Princeton Junction Train Station, West Windsor, NJ