Farmer Update: Late-Season Yields

We’ve been lucky to have a good selection of growers at the Coppell Farmers Market through the month of September due to the cooler temperatures and rain.  This October (as noted in the Dallas Morning News) a handful of growers have exhausted their late summer crops and await their first fall/winter harvest.

Visit on Saturdays for all your grocery needs, including: milk, eggs and bread, and take note that a bigger harvest will return in late October- early...   | Read More

New Farm Alert!

Tree Folk Farm joined the Coppell Farmers Market in early September. The farm specializes in mushroom production and grows vegetables, too, on their 1.3 acre property in Denton, TX.

“We are a diversified farm growing mushrooms, vegetables, fruits, and trees. We practice ecological farming with no till garden beds, only organic approved pest sprays, and homemade compost from veggie scraps, manure, crop residues, and spent mushroom substrate.”

— Matt and Andrea...   | Read More

Foxy Veggies’ Grilled Corn Salad Recipe

Saturday, August 11 Ashley Douglas, owner of FoxyVeggies, to teach cooking demonstration at the Coppell Farmers Market. Douglas is a local chef, creator and educator.

PERFECT SUMMER SALAD RECIPE (as featured in the Dallas Morning News)

Ingredients 4 ears of Corn 3 Limes 1 Cucumber, remove seeds and dice 1/2 Pint Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, halved 1/2 Cup Red Onion 1/2 Jalapeno, diced 1/2 Cup Feta, Jersey Girls Milk Co. recommended 1/4 Cup Extra...   | Read More

Introducing: The CFM Loyal Shopper Card

Stop by the Coppell Farmers Market for your weekly groceries and a loyalty card this Saturday! On your fifth visit receive a $5 token to spend with any vendor. Loyalty cards available while supplies last. 

Photo from a July 2018 market day, depicting a vendor selling heirloom cherry tomatoes and Moon Glow pears.

WHY SHOP the CFM? Find peak season vegetables and fruits along with pantry...   | Read More

What’s Fresh August 25

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits and Vegetables

Muscadine Grapes Jujube Cantaloupe Watermelon Peaches Cucumber (pickling and slicer) Summer Squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, patty pan) Eggplant Tomatoes Peppers (sweet + hot) Okra Sweet Corn Peas...   | Read More

Join the Celebration

Saturday, August 11: FREE iced coffee and chocolate chip cookies (while supplies last), and chef demonstration in CELEBRATION of NATIONAL FARMERS MARKET WEEK! 


Join us to celebrate farmers markets on August 11th. The Coppell Farmers Market (and markets nation wide) are calling attention to the big roll that markets play in our economies, communities, and health.

Schedule of Events: 

8am-noon (or until supplies run...   | Read More

Farm to Table Dinner Ticket Sales

The Coppell Farmers Market will sell tickets to our annual Farm to Table on Saturday, August 11. Ticket sales begin at 8:00 am sharp, but the ticket line begin forming around 6:45am. A limited number of tickets will be available. Four ticket maximum per person. Price per ticket: $100, cash or check only.

The Coppell Farmers Market Farm to Table Dinner will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018.


More about the Dinner: Our Farm to Table Dinner honors the food...   | Read More

Garden Time for Kids Schedule: June-August

ABOUT GARDEN TIME FOR KIDS: During this weekly program at the CFM Learning Garden visitors will learn what’s growing and taste test in season vegetables.

WHEN: 10:30-11:15am every market Saturday

LOCATION: The Coppell Farmers Market Learning Garden is located near the splash pad, right next to the flagpole.


June 23- Live Ladybug Release June 30- Local Farmer’s Tomato...   | Read More

Instagram Giveaway

Instagram giveaway! Snap a photo of your #CFMhaul and share for a chance to win $100 in market money. Contest runs June 16-30 and winners will be announced via Instagram on Monday, July 2.

June at the CFM

It’s June and shoppers are seeing peak-season fruits and veggies roll into the Coppell Farmers Market (CFM). Some seasonal gems include: peaches, blueberries and field tomatoes. It’s the perfect time of year for our farmers market to plug in, share the harvest with community programs, and offer a little extra fun on market Saturdays.

Upcoming CFM Partner Programs:  Veggie Vouchers at the Library Summer Reading Kickoff Party, June 2nd 

The CFM...   | Read More

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