The Ann Arbor Farmers Market has over 120 vendors and
is a producer-only market, featuring only local products from Michigan, Ohio,
or Indiana. As a 100 year old market, we have many 3rd and 4th generation farms that
At market you will find Artisans, Fruits and Vegetables, Baked Goods, Hot Prepared Foods, Meat and Poultry, Flowers and Plants, Beverages, Cheese and Dairy, and more.
Get to know different vendors each month through our featured profiles, view upcoming events, and find basic market info. Download as an app to your phone.
View a list of all of our farmers market vendors, their products, and their contact information.
Search by Product
Wondering what you'll find this week? WHATS FRESH - a glimpse of our weekly favorites from June: Our vendors have brought truckloads of the freshest spring and summer produce available. Today, you’ll find garlic scapes, strawberries, asparagus, tons of flowers & plants, mushrooms, raspberries, handmade body care, artisan breads & cheeses, fine maker wares and so much more!
Click on the category below to see which vendors carry each product, and the varieties they have to offer.
ARTISANS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
BAKED GOODS HOT FOODS
MEAT & DAIRY FLOWERS AND PLANTS
VALUE ADDED/PREPARED BEVERAGE AND EVERYTHING ELSE!
View Michigan's Seasonal Produce Guide for a month by month listing of what is available in our state.
local mushroom butter & rice, recipe courtesy of chef Bob Bennett of Zingerman's Roadhouse
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA's)
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA is a “subscription” to a farm to receive a weekly box of produce. It’s a way to support your local farms and eat healthy all summer. Farmers get an upfront payment which helps pay for the year's supplies, while members gain a direct relationship with the farm, enjoying fresh and seasonal meals every single week. Many CSAs offer pickup at your local farmers market.
Click here to view a list of AA Farmers Market Vendors with CSAs , and their contact information.
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