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Vendor profiles    Vendor dir​​​ectory    Products     Recipes    CSA Information

The Ann Arbor Farmers Market has over 120 vendors and is a producer-only market, featuring local products from Michigan, Ohio, or Indiana. As a 102 year old market, we have many 3rd and 4th generation farms that participate.

At market you will find Fruit, Vegetables, Eggs, Meat, Cheese, Flowers, Plants, Baked Goods, Beverages, Hot Prepared Foods, Artisan Productcs, and more!

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Vendor​ Spotlight​

Get to know different vendors each month through our featured profiles, view upcoming events, and find basic market info.


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Vendor D​irectory

View a direc​​to​ry​​​ of all market ​vendors and what they have to offer.​ Contact vendors directly for most current list of products offered.


​Search by Product

Click on the category below to see which vendors carry each product, and the varieties they have to offer in the 2021 season!

                                                    ARTISANS  Artisans.jpg                                          Fruits and Vegetables.jpg   FRUIT AND VEGETABLES​​​

                                             BAKED GOODS  Baked Goods.jpg                                          Prepared Foods.jpg  HOT FOODS 

                                   DAIRY, MEAT, & EGGS   Meat and Poultry.jpg                                          Flowers and plants.jpg  FLOWERS AND PLANTS​​​

                                  VALUE-ADDED FOODS​  Value added.jpg                                           Beverages.JPG  BEVERAGES

View Michigan Farmers Market Association Seasonality Guides​ for what is available in our state.​

​Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs)

A CSA, which stands for 'community supported agriculture.' is a subscription or membership to a farm to receive produce or other farm products on a regular basis. The customer enters into a relationship with that farm to get a weekly box or prepaid card for a share of their veggies (or fruit, meat, eggs, flowers, or prepared foods). Several vendors offer CSA programs and offer pickup at market, so it's easy to find a program that's right for you!

Updated 2022 Info Coming Soon. To view a list of 2021 CSA farms and their contact info, click here: Updated 2021 CSA Info

If you are a City of Ann Arbor employee interested in participating in the workplace CSA Program, click here: City of Ann Arbor Workplace CSA program

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