Meriden Farmers Market

The Meriden Green
Location: Mill St. (between State St. and Pratt St.)
Time: 8:30 am - 12:00 noon
Dates: Saturdays July 10-Oct. 16, 2021
Info: 860-841-0888

Our Eleventh Anniversary

Market Open Rain or Shine
Join the fun
Fresh Connecticut-grown produce
Parking: On-street or free at Community Health Center
(134 State St.)

For the 2021 season, the Meriden Farmers Market plans to operate
under state guidelines
for safety and social distancing.

  • Face coverings are strongly encouraged when coming to the market.
  • Please maintain a safe distance of at least six feet between yourself and other individuals.
  • Please follow the directions of Farmers Market staff regarding positions in lines, locations to wait in, etc.
  • We encourage families to limit the number of people coming to the market to the primary buyer only, if possible.
  • Please do not come if you are feeling sick; have someone else come to the market for you.

  • Our vendors will all be wearing face masks and gloves and will sanitize between customers.
  • While someone is at a booth, please wait behind the line until they are finished with their purchase.
  • Please allow our vendors to select the items you are purchasing; we want to minimize the amount of product handling.
  • Please make your purchases and move to the next booth. We want everyone to make purchases in a timely manner.
  • All farmers accept cash, FMNP Vouchers, Doubling Dollars coupons, and EBT coupons.  Whenever possible, bring a variety of bills so you can provide exact change.



Parking Options - On-street or at Community Health Center

Meriden Farmers Market

The Market offers farm-fresh produce. 
Ripe produce is harvested and then sold at the Market that day, providing an exceptional garden-fresh taste. Shoppers will find a variety of fruits and vegetables grown for flavor and have the opportunity to meet the farmers. And buying from Connecticut farmers also helps our state’s economy.

Funding provided in part by the Connecticut Department of Agriculture
through the Community Investment Act