Come out to the Media Farmers Market!

SNAP/WIC/Senior Check accepted at the Market!

Did you know that you can use your SNAP/WIC/Senior checks at the Media Farmers Market? You can! These benefits can be used at vendors selling uncooked, unprepared foods. Sharrah Orchards, Kneehigh Farm, and Robin Hill Organics can all accept these benefits. You cannot use them towards alcohol or any foods that are considered ready-to-eat. If you’re not sure if a potential purchase qualifies, please ask the vendor or any of the volunteers at the Manager’s Table.

When using your benefits, please first stop by the Manager’s Tent and we will assist you in your purchase.We’re so glad to be able to provide this service to the community, we hope that it is another benefit to shopping at our Market!

Turn in those old tokens!

With the new season and new vendors, we are happy to share the good news that most vendors now accept credit/debit cards directly at their tables, making it easier for you to shop! However, this means that our iconic Market Tokens have become obsolete. If you still have tokens left from previous years, we will still honor them at the Manager’s Table. Vendors will no longer be accepting tokens, so please bring your remaining tokens to the Manger’s Table to redeem them before shopping!


June 3 Vendors

New Vendor!
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Anita’s Guacamole
Firehouse Donuts
Gails Egg Farm
Kneehigh Farm
Maiale Deli & Salumeria
Media Bean and Bakery
Mediterra Olive Oil
Midnite Mushroom Farm
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards

Stone & Key Cellars
Nether Providence Soap Company
Vendors are subject to change without notice.SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manger’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit

Are you interested in volunteering for the 2018 market? Contact us here for more information!

We are proud to partner with Farm to City, a Philadelphia-based business whose mission is to unite communities, families, and farmers year round through good locally grown food. Farm to City operates 13 farmers markets in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

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