The Farm Market promotes nutritious food access by offering high quality, fresh produce at affordable costs. The Farm Market’s three food trucks travel to locations throughout FeedMore WNY’s service area of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties in order to provide healthy, low-cost fruits and vegetables to individuals whom otherwise may not have access to such foods.
Our goal of this program is to reduce the number of “food deserts” in Western New York – areas that do not have consistent access to fresh food. Our Farm Market provides access to fresh, locally grown and sourced produce to our neighbors. During times when locally sourced produce is unavailable, The Farm Market will partner with area wholesalers to provide an abundance of food items.
Any member of the community is welcome to visit our Farm Market! The Farm Market accepts cash, credit/debit cards and SNAP as payment. Fresh produce is available until sold out.
Available produce fluctuates depending on what is in season, so stop back often! A typical Farm Market stop will have between six and 12 varieties of fruits or vegetables.
Our Farm Market does so much more than create access to healthy food – it also helps buyers learn how to use their new produce!
FeedMore WNY works with SNAP-Ed, the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, the New York State Department of Health and the National Council on Aging to provide both nutrition education and SNAP Application Assistance to our neighbors. Education materials and referrals to these services will be available at each Farm Market stop.
We also provide recipe ideas for currently available produce!
Bring the Farm Market into your community! If your agency, business or community group is interested in hosting our Farm Market, applications are now being accepted! Click the link below for more details on hosting requirements:
host the farm market
For more information about the FeedMore WNY Farm Market, contact Elyse Burgher, Nutrition Services Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (716) 822-2005 ext. 3001.