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    Upper East Side Farmers Market at Legion Park

     
    Saturdays from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, year-round
    Biscayne Blvd at 66th St.
     
    Tip: Cars drive east on 64th to Legion Park parking lot, take a lovely 2 minute stroll through the park to the market, in front of NET building.

    $20 in Veggie Bucks given to EBT/SNAP (food stamp) users for first $20 spent on the EBT card! (Spend $20, get $20 free!) Limited to one offer per user, per market day.
     
    We also accept cash, credit, and debit cards. 
    Join our Facebook group and follow us on Twitter for real-time market updates!!!

    A sample of the wonderfully Miami, fabulously diverse market with local food and international flair!
     
    Vendors at the market:

    Proper Sausage: Handmade, artisanal sausages made fresh weekly. 

    Little Haiti Community Garden:- Locally grown produce from 1.5 miles away!

    Nature Boyz: the best fresh guarapo and tropical fruit juices in town, with fruits from his own farm.

    Asha Orchids: Unique, gorgeous and long-lasting orchids and more.
     
    Bodhi's Garden
    Healing herbs and plants for your garden, and delicious lunches!

    Novae Gourmet: Handmade Jerkys- beef, chicken, turkey and more (sold at UOP booth)

    Pogo Products: Hand-sewn bags, satchels, dog-carriers, clothing and more from recycled materials.

    Alicia in Delicious Land: Fresh made Empanadas

    Akete Jamaican Fritters: Drumming and delicious foods by Akete!

    Massud's Roasted Corn: Fresh roasted, local and organic when possible. 

    and many others!

    Produce from our own mini-farms and all over Miami-Dade County and South Florida, and sometimes a bit further out in the heat of the summer.
    Miami-Dade Farms:
    Little River Market Garden-grown a mile away, fresh produce.
    Three Sisters Farm- Truly sustainably grown local produce.
    Bee Heaven Farm- All kinds of organic vegetables.
    Paradise Farms- Organic baby arugula and Oyster mushrooms.
    Possum Trot Farm- organically grown exotic fruits.
    Cifuentes Farm- pesticide free basil, cilantro and seasonal Dragonfruit.
    Tropical Village Market- Homestead grown tropical fruits.
    Grove Services InternationalHomestead grown tropical fruits.
    Sunshine Organic Growers-Local Organic Veggies.
    Homestead Organics- Local organic Green Beans.
    Pine Island Tomato Farms/ Strawberry Fields of Kendall- On FB!
    Homestead Pole Bean Co-op, last co-op of farmers left in Homestead
    John's Girls -Chicken eggs from truly free-ranging birds, and bananas.
    Miguel Bodes Honey: Local Wildflower and Tropical Fruit, plus Orange Blossom and Tupelo from Central and Northern Florida.

    South Florida:
    Worden Farm, Punta Gorda
     Witt Farm, Punta Gorda
    Sem-Chi Rice- Local organic rice grown in the Everglades in rotation with sugarcane.

    Many products from other farms make occasional appearances based on availability- we're always 
    looking for new producers and the best veggies!

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