Columbia Farmers' Market

Experience the taste of mid-Missouri, including fresh produce, meat, eggs, cheese, fruit, honey, flowers, plants, arts & crafts, & more. As a producer-only market, everything sold here is offered by the farmers and artisans who help sustain the culture, economy, and environment of our region.

For more than 30 years, we have taken pride in providing our customers with the very finest locally-produced goods that Mid-Missouri has to offer. One visit to the market will impress you with the variety and quality of goods created in our part of the country and show why we were awarded the 2004 Missouri Farmers Market of the Year by AgriMissouri!

If good taste isn't motivation enough, we are sure that you can find many more reasons to shop at the Columbia Farmers' Market. We feel good about offering the products of local growers and small family farmers produced with traditional labor- and care-intensive methods. We are proud to give you the opportunity to spend money within a local economy, to meet the person who grew your food, and to enjoy shopping among old and new friends. For fun, don't miss our special events throughout the growing season featuring local entertainers, musicians, and experts to entertain, enlighten, and enliven you!


Listing last updated on Mar 23, 2011

2010 marks our 30th year serving Mid-Missouri!

Schedule and Location:

The Columbia Farmers Market now has several locations, with a different schedule at each location. For up-to-date schedule and location information, please vist our website; see link below.

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Because I am buying from local vendors, which (1) keeps my money local; (2) reduces the need for large, fuel-consuming semi-trucks to be on the road, and (3) is a great way to get fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats (many fruits and vegetables are harvested the day of the market).

I love the Columbia Farmer's Market because the growers are knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. They've become like family over the years.

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