Archive for May, 2019

Shopping Local Just Got Easier

If you’re someone who loves the idea of buying home grown vegetables but struggle to maintain a farmers market shopping routine, help is on the way with our market’s new app! Customers can shop from a variety of Coppell Farmers Market vendors from their smart device during the week, then pickup the order at their convenience on a market day.

While other farmers markets across the country are already using this technology, the Coppell Farmers Market is the first in the region to...   | Read More

Herb Biscuits From Dishing Up the Dirt

We love Dishing Up the Dirt’s recipes because of their seasonality. Right now shoppers can find a superb variety of herbs at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fresh Herb Biscuits

Market Shopping List:

1 bunch thyme, parsley, or basil from Biscuit Heads Baking Co. or Elliott Grows1 container handmade butter from Sundance Gardenmilk (in place of butter milk) from Jersey Girls Milk Co.

What’s Fresh June 1

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUIT

Peaches*+Strawberries*+Blackberries +Blueberries+

ROOTS

Beets *+ Radish...   | Read More

Local Learners, Student Groups, & Non-Profits Invited

Did you know that the CFM hosts a young learner or student group, and a non-profit organization every week? Learn how to get your group involved!

Every farmers market day one booth is reserved for a Coppell- based, registered 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization*, as well as young learners with an entrepreneurial goal or a student group who is raising awareness or funds for a cause.

*Non-Profit organizations can use the space just...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 25

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITS Strawberries *+ Peaches* SUMMER VEGGIES Tomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber *+Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *+New...   | Read More

It’s Vendor Appreciation Week!

The Coppell Farmers Market will celebrate our vendors on Saturday, May 25th.  Join in celebrating the amazing, hardworking individuals who grow and prepare our food, day-in and day-out. We encourage customers to show gratitude to their favorite farmers, ranchers, and food producers in any simple way. 

The Coppell Farmers Market fulfills grocery needs year-round.  Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Open Saturdays, 8am-noon....   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 18

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITS Strawberries *+ Peaches* SUMMER VEGGIES Tomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans ...   | Read More

Pictures from Food Day

A tremendous THANK YOU to all who participated in Food Day for Kids! What a wonderful community we have!

The Coppell Farmers Market is open year-round. Market staff visits all farms on a regular basis with the mission to ensure fruits and veggies are grown by the seller. The CFM is located at 768 W. Main St. in Old Town Coppell. Open 8am-Noon.

What’s Fresh May 11

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITS Strawberries SUMMER VEGGIES Tomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *New Potatoes...   | Read More

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