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Baugh’s Market and Speciality Foods

Farmers Market in Rusk

Make it a fun habit of opening Baugh’s Market and Speciality Foods' monthly farm box. Customers love it because what's inside the farm box is carefully picked quality items. There's home-made bread which is great with a bottle of elderberry syrup. You can also find fresh ground coffee and coffee jelly, and more! You can find them in the farmers market or leave them a message on their social media, especially if you are interested in attending one of their classes. They also teach yogurt-making, soap-making, and other interesting crafts that you can turn into your own  small business!

(928) 527-1309

Bay Area Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Friendswood

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Established just in October 2018, the Bay Area Farmer’s Market in Friendswood, is growing steadily. With a mission to promote a healthy lifestyle for the community, the reviews have been generally positive and the community supportive of the organizers’ efforts. According to the organizers, they’re proud of the lineup of products sold at the market. These include hydroponically grown vegetables, organic produce and meat, raw honey, as well as raw dog food, bath and body products, and plant-based protein bars. There’s also gulf shrimper and a goat milk farmer who makes goat-milk popsicles. Here are some Google reviews:
  • Really cool farmers market with about two dozen vendors.
  • Great people selling great products (…) (I’ll) be coming here every Sunday now.

(713) 822-6295

Baytown Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Baytown

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The Baytown Parks and Recreation Department is the organizer of the Baytown Farmers Market. The city department promises to offer a market that supports all stakeholders – shoppers and visitors, farmers and entrepreneurs, and the artists and artisans. If the reviews about the market are a reflection of stakeholder sentiments, then the organizers seem to have achieved their mission. The shoppers appreciate the variety of vendors, and many vendors appreciate how the market is so well organized. From their Facebook page:
  • “I definitely recommend Baytown Farmers Market. There’s something for everybody. I love the organic vegetables, the sweets, crafts , meats, etc. “
  • “I love this market. I've been a vendor from the very first show.”
  • “I always feel welcomed as a vendor”

(281) 420-6597

Beaumont Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Beaumont

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The Beaumont Farmers Market is held at the basketball court of the Beaumont Athletic Complex. First held in 2010, it features about 20 vendors each week. During peak produce season, as many 38 can show up in a single week. As a producers-only market, all vendors are required to be within 150 miles of Beaumont. This seasonal market is open every Saturday from February to December. Market hours are from 8:00am to 11:00am, rain or shine. There are a variety of locally grown produce, goat milk cheese and body products, and grass-fed beef. The first Saturday of each month includes a Local Artists Series featuring local artists and their works. The 2nd and 4th Saturday, meanwhile, features locally made crafts. Tip: Come early as the farmers tend to run out by day's end.

(409) 892-3604

Bedford Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Bedford

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The Bedford Farmers Market was established in 2006, this family-run Farmers Market attracts a loyal clientele in the area who go for the “local fresh produce, jams, jellies, local honey, tamales, homemade salsa, homemade fried pies, plants in the springs, pumpkins in the fall, and firewood in the winter”. The family running it is also in the produce business, and knows how to please their customers. It’s not a “hippie granola place” and “not a lot of organic stuff”, with some noting the high prices, but the quality and freshness of the produce is unquestionable. The local clientele are vocal in their appreciation of the staff, but with a few disagreeing here and there.

(817) 358-9510

Bellaire Bazaar at Evelyn’s Park

Farmers Market in Bellaire

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At the Bellaire Bazaar at Evelyn’s Park, savor breathtaking and relaxing scenery while supporting local vendors and producers! Grab your fridge and pantry staples or just take a walk around the area to check out the "fresh produce, artisan foods, health products, handmade jewelry, fashion, and more."  These "specialty food producers, creators, and entrepreneurs" were carefully evaluated to offer the best products and to create a diverse marketplace! Eat, shop, and enjoy the ambiance at the Bellaire Bazaar! 

Bellville Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Bellville

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The Bellville Farmers Market is every 1st Saturday from February through December. It’s held at the Jim Bishop Pavilion just one block from the historic downtown Bellville Square. The pavilion is also adjacent Chesley Park with its shade trees and picnic areas. At this market, one can find plenty of seasonal fruits and vegetables to choose from, as well as an abundance of market finds like salsas, jams, baked goods, artisan soaps, and more. Tip: Time your visits during the months of Feb to May or September to December (also on the 1st Saturdays) and enjoy the added attraction of visiting their Market Day at the Square. This features booths selling collectibles, jewelry, crafts, etc., and features live entertainment.  There’s free parking for both venues.

(979) 865-3407

Bellville Market Day

Farmers Market in Bellville

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Bellville Market Day gathers together local farmers, producers, vendors, and distributors that offer fresh and high-quality products and wares to the community. This open-air grocery is situated around the Historic Courthouse Square, where people can easily hang out, eat and enjoy the live entertainment! But of course, the most important part of every Farmers Market: the items for sale! Buyers are treated to an array of fresh and natural fruits, vegetables, honey, farm eggs, meats, baked treats, even plants and flowers, and other wares that are made, sold, or produced by local entrepreneurs.

(979) 865-3407

BLCK Market

Farmers Market in Houston

BLCK Market, home to more than 50 small black businesses and entrepreneurs, is the nation’s largest bi-monthly gathering of black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. The gathering happens every 1st Friday and 2nd Saturday of the month at the Buffalo Soldiers Museum. This is located in Houston, Texas. This is an excellent place to show your support for local businesses owned by members of the black community. There are a lot of great buys here, from delicious food to handcrafted jewelry and many more.

(713) 514-7865

Blue Field Market

Farmers Market in Houston

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Blue Field Market starts at 4pm and runs until 10pm. Enjoy this market with Houston as the backdrop and have a relaxing, fun night. Grab a drink, make friends. and enjoy the community vibe while doing your shopping. They also have live entertainment, yard games, sand volleyball, and free yoga. Some people complain on the lack of fresh produce for sale and that the vendors consist mostly of food trucks mixed in with sellers of gourmet food, craft jewelry, homemade goods, and clothing, but almost everyone agrees they’re enjoying the fun atmosphere. As one blogger puts it, “it’s like a block party”. Pet-friendly, too.

(832) 827-4447

Bosque Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Meridian

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Bosque Farmers Market in Meridian is a seasonal Saturday market during the months from May to October. Primarily serving Bosque County and surrounding counties, it gives a venue for local growers to sell their products during a fun community activity. Aside from the farmers, makers of other products including jellies, jams, muffins, coffee, and handmade soaps sell directly to consumers during the seasonal activities. It hopes to help in the promotion and sustainability of farmers markets nationwide. “Totally worth the drive into Meridian” according to one comment - presumably from an out-of-towner. “Fun to visit” and “everyone involved is awesome” say others on social media.

(254) 435-2381

Braeswood Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Houston

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Braeswood Farmers Market is found in the heart of Meyerland. This is a Texas of Agriculture Certified Farmers Market. Their goal is to bring fresh produce, delicious prepared foods, and a variety of food trucks weekly Rain or Shine. It is a "wonderful location and the vendors are very helpful and knowledgeable". It is "right next to the Braeswood Food Trucks!" You will "love wandering over to this little market - the vendors and owner have always been so kind". There are "fair prices and safe to bring the kids". It is a "great neighborhood market with a variety of offerings, including fantastic tortilla chips and creamy avocado sauce!" You can enjoy "delicious coffee, sweet treats, fresh pita and zhug". There is a "great selection of produce, prepared foods, honey and coffee all grown or made with love". There are also "fresh paella, amazing salsa, empanadas, great coffee - all the good things in life basically!" You can even have "fresh mango, green tea with turmeric, and authentic pad Thai". Finally,"always a great selection, breakfast and lunch choices, fresh eggs, produce, pastries, you name it!" Don't forget to check out their Facebook page too.

(713) 320-5588

Brazos Valley Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Bryan

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Established in 1997, Brazos Valley Farmers Market is the product of volunteer work that aims to provide local farmers with a venue to connect directly to Brazos Valley consumers. By building a community within an urban setting, consumers have access to the freshest produce of local farmers. Consumers also get educated on the importance and benefits of eating locally produced food, the role of regional farming and gardening, as well as healthy food preparation. They have a year-round market every Saturday with two additional seasonal markets scheduled every year. “You cannot find food like this in our grocery stores”, says an enthusiastic reviewer recently. Craft items and prepared foods are also available. Pet-friendly, too!

(512) 970-5035

Brownsville Farmers’ Market

Farmers Market in Brownsville

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The Brownsville Farmers’ Market is a project by the Brownsville Wellness Coalition (BWC), a Texas not-for-profit corporation, and created to provide the community with a source for “fresh, affordable, locally grown produce”. It was designed to address the community’s poor health status as well as to promote proper nutrition and a healthier lifestyle among the city’s low-income families. In the past, residents of the largely Latino city struggled to find affordable, healthy food which led to alarmingly high overweight and obesity rates. The health crisis prompted concerned community members to unite and create the market. The BWC's other projects also included, among others, nutrition education. At this market, families can also enjoy a day of fun with the nearby Museum of Fine Art and the Gladys Porter Zoo. The market accepts EBT debit cards, and SNAP, WIC and Farm Fresh vouchers. Watch out for its relocation to a better location in downtown Brownsville in the Mitte Cultural District in 2020!

(956) 465-4178

Brownwood Area Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Brownwood

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From May to October each year since 2009, the Brownwood Area Farmers Market opens with market days on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. Located on the Bank of America parking lot at Baker & Main St., it also serves as the pickup and drop off point for the members of the Brownwood Area Farmers Market Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Group. Sourced from multiple farms, the produce comes from Todd's Organic Garden, Freda's Garden , Blakes Produce , Hall's Orchard , Newman Farms , Oak Creek Orchard , Mosier Farms , Duren Farms among many others. The farmers’ market also offers meats, dairy, and other items from local farms and artisans.

(325) 649-9607

Bryan House Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Mission

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The Bryan House Farmers Market is a seasonal offering of the William Jennings Bryan House (aka The Bryan House). Held seasonally from November to May, the market is an added opportunity for visitors “to step back in time” and tour the house while shopping for fresh produce, gourmet mushrooms, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, and other goodies. Market days are every Wednesday from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. Bryan House also serves dinner. William Jennings Bryan built the Bryan House as a winter home in 1909 after unsuccessfully attempting to make a run for the presidency. The house had changed hands a few times. Restored beautifully, its latest reincarnation is as an event venue and bed and breakfast. It is especially popular as a wedding and events venue.

(956) 330-7496

Burleson Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Burleson

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Burleson Farmer’s Market was taken over in 2014 by Father Mark and son Chaz from its previous owners. Their goal – to bring consumers the best quality produce to the Burleson community – is an ongoing process. Starting out with just 6 vendors initially, they have over 20 producers every weekend with a selection of fruits, vegetables, and meats. They also showcase local artisans and craftsmen, bakers, and makers of specialty food. They’re hoping to make Burleson Farmer’s Market the “go-to” place for the community’s weekly shopping. A seasonal market open on Saturdays from around March to October, they are open rain or shine!

(817) 233-6188

Burnet Farmers’ Market

Farmers Market in Burnet

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Burnet Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the Highland Lakes Master Gardeners Association (HLMGA). As a tradition that dates back possibly thousands of years, the HLMGA feels that farmers’ markets are a good place for people to come and sell their products, and for other people to buy them. The market often has items one can’t find in a regular store. The coming together of the community also allows people to get to know how the products they consume are grown or made. Find an assortment of fresh vegetables and fruits, jams, jellies, salsas, eggs, meats, wine, crafts, and more when you visit. And visit often during the Saturdays between May and November as items for sale change weekly depending on the season.

(830) 220-1213

Burton Farmers and Artisans Market

Farmers Market in Burton

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The Burton Farmers and Artisans Market is a small seasonal market located right along 307 Main St in Burton. It features various homegrown and homemade products. The Burton Chamber of Commerce officially sponsors the market every first Saturday of each month from April through November. The venue is the grounds of the Texas Cotton Gin Museum. The museum holds the distinction of being the “official cotton gin museum of Texas” and the oldest operating cotton gin in the U.S. There are tours that explain the importance of the cotton industry for Texas. Time your visit in April for their annual Cotton Gin Festival, and see the cotton gin in action.

(979) 289-3378

Buy Local Farmers’ Market @ Eagle Springs

Farmers Market in Humble

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Buy Local Farmers’ Market @ Eagle Springs has gathered the community's best farms, small businesses, artisans, and anyone with a good product to sell looking for a place to do it. Available here are produce as well as poultry. They have beef and greens grown through hydroponics. They have goat products and dog food and treats. They have Latin-inspired food as well as authentic Indian dishes. Every time the market opens, there seem to be more and more sellers here, which makes it a good and worthwhile shopping day for visitors.

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