Farmers Market

Culver City Farmers Market

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The Culver City Farmers Market is a year-round, certified farmers market that operates from 2 to 7 pm every Tuesday, rain or shine. Located on Main Street in Downtown Culver City, this market has been sponsored by the City of Culver for over two decades in an effort to provide the surrounding community with farm-fresh produce and locally-crafted artisan foods.

Families, friends, and colleagues alike experience each season's bounty of farm fresh produce provided to them by the industry's most respected growers. Local chefs add to an eclectic mix of shoppers who seek the freshest ingredients in order to ensure the highest quality and flavor in their dishes. In addition, when one makes the choice to shop locally, they also help to reduce their carbon footprint, a win-win for the environment.

The market hosts seasonal craft activities for all ages–Find alerts on the market Facebook and Instagram.

Market Shopper Info

All are welcome at the Culver City Farmers’ Market, though rules concerning solicitation and attendee safety do apply. 

Farmers Market Rules

  • No filming
  • No dogs  (Per Department of Health Guidelines; service dogs are exempt)
  • No skateboarding or bike riding
  • No smoking

Farmers Market Coins
Use your credit cards, debit cards, or Apple/Android Pay to purchase Culver City Farmers Market coins at the farmers market manager’s booth. These coins are used like cash to purchase vendor goods; therefore, they’re accepted by all vendors and do not expire.

Composting
Culver City’s Farmers Market does not accept or process public composting, but the City of Culver City does! Visit the City’s Recycling & Trash webpage for details.

Social Service Nutrition Programs

The Culver City Farmers Market participates in, and accepts payments from the following federal and state programs in order to provide an affordable, healthy eating lifestyle to its community. Visit the information booth for instructions on spending these benefits at the market.

CalFresh (EBT)
Culver City Farmers Market is an authorized SNAP merchant, providing federal nutrition assistance to qualified recipients. Customers can swipe their EBT card at the information booth to purchase food stamp coins to shop at the market. Certain restrictions apply. Coins are not to be exchanged for cash or other market currency.

Market Match
Market Match is California’s healthy food incentive program, which matches CalFresh benefits at participating farmers’ markets. Customers who swipe their EBT card at the information booth will receive an additional (up to) $10 in Market Match coupons for fresh fruits and vegetables. When at the Farmers’ Market, visit the information booth to receive Market Match Coupons that can be used at booths selling fruits and vegetables.  Coupons are not to be exchanged for cash or other market currency.

Women Infant and Children (WIC)
Culver City Farmers Market is an FVC authorized market. Customers can spend their monthly fruit and vegetable coupon (FVC) directly with a farmer for fresh produce year-round.

FMNP (Farmers Market Nutrition Program for Seniors and WIC Recipients)
Culver City Farmers Market is an FMNP authorized market. Customers can spend their FMNP checks directly with a farmer for fresh produce May through end of November.

Current Farmers and Vendors

Certified Farmers

  • O - Organic
  • S - Seasonal

Vegetable Growers

  • Living Lettuce Farms
  • Don Betos
  • Smith Farms - O
  • Suncoast Farm
  • Tamai Family Farm
  • Underwood Family Farms
  • Valdivia Farms

Asian Vegetables

 •  Ramones Family Farm

Berries

  • Murray Farms – S, O
  • Smith Farms - O
  • Tamai Family Farm


Fruit

  • Arnett Farms
  • Chinchiolo Farm
  • Fagundes - S
  • Ha’s Apple Farm
  • Ken's Top Notch - O
  • Tenerelli Orchards
  • Residential Orchard - S
  • Ramones Family Farm

Plants & Flowers

  • Environmental Arts
  • Patty Farms


Mushrooms

 •  F & F Farms

Citrus

  • Bernard Ranches 
  • Don Betos Farms 
  • Ken’s Top Notch - O 

Avocados

  • Ace Ranch – S, O
  • Bernard Ranches 
  • Don Betos Farms 
  • F & F Farms 

Dried Fruit, Dried Beans, Nuts & Jams

  • Arnett Farms
  • Suncoast Farm

Eggs 

  • Don Betos Farms
  • Ha’s Apple Farm

Meat

 •  Novy Ranch (Grass-fed)

Cheeses & Kefir

  • Stepladder Creamery
  • Achadinha Cheese

Honey 

 •  Don Pilis Apiaries

Farm Fresh Juice

 •  Apple Sherrill Orchards

Prepared Food Vendors

V = Vegan

 Hot Food Pre-Packaged  Bakery   Specialty Items
 AJJ Crepes  Blode Kuh -V Cobbler Mania J&P West Coast Seafood
 Cumin Express  Brenda's Peanuts Delice's de France Pete's Knife Sharpening
 Kai Kai Dumplings  Completely Pickled - V      Delvigne Croissants        Refined Grinds Coffee 
 PUREe Soups - V  Dave's Korean - V The Ridiculous Baker - V        Shucks Oyster Bar
 Tamale Treats & More  Fresco Pasta    Zen's Tea
 Tipsy Q   Frontier Kettle Korn   Zozo's Fresh Pressed Juice
   Yalla Tizer Hummus & Yogurt