Get your farmers market fix in the breadbasket of the Midwest.

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The Twin Cities know how to do farmers markets—we are known as the breadbasket of the Midwest, after all. While some are open year-round, your best bet for a bountiful farmers market trip is sometime between the months of April and November. Fresh fruit and vegetables, aromatic herbs, grass-fed beef and dairy products, artisan crafts and so much more await you.

Chinese radish at a market.

Hmongtown Marketplace

More than 200 year-round vendors allow a glimpse into a Southeast Asian market and the Hmong population’s storied history in Minnesota.

Fresh and organic vegetables at farmers market.

Linden Hills Farmers Market

Located in the adorable Linden Hills neighborhood, this market grows every year, and it’s easy to see why. Their focus goes beyond just selling local produce.

Lyndale Farmers Market

With nearly 200 vendor stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, local meat products, cheese, flowers, honey, olives, artisan crafts and more, you could spend hours here.

Wolf Honey Farm stand.

Northeast Farmers Market

Northeast Minneapolis has really come into its own over the last few years, attracting art galleries, breweries and one phenomenal farmers market.

St. Paul Farmers Market. A father and his son enjoying an ear of corn.

St. Paul Farmers Market

In the heart of Lowertown St. Paul is a farmers market older than Minnesota itself. If you’re looking for the most local of local goods, this is your place.


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