Sumary of A guide to farmers’ markets around Boston:
- Where to find farmers’ markets in and around Boston Food Stock up on locally grown produce, hot sauce, prepared foods, and more.
- In 2020, shopping at a farmers’ market in the Boston area came with an abundance of COVID-19 rules and regulations.
- As Massachusetts continues to reopen, many of the COVID-19 restrictions have disappeared from local markets, instead replaced by reminders to stay home if you feel sick and to try your best to keep a distance from other shoppers.
- Some places —including Brookline Farmers’ Market and Union Square Farmers’ Market — are still requiring that all shoppers, regardless of vaccination status, wear a mask.
- (Be sure to check with each market for individual regulations, as well as whether they accept SNAP, WIC, and senior vouchers.)Advertisement: With farmers’ markets springing up again throughout the Boston area, we’ve put together a list of some of the top local markets to stock up on fresh produce, honey, bread, and more.
- What: Ashmont Farmers’ MarketWhere: 1900 Dorchester Ave., BostonHours: Fridays, 3 p.m.
- 29Select vendors: Sibling Organic Crops, Stony Creek Farm, The Food Project Brookline Farmers’ Market.
- – Lane Turner/Globe Staff What: Brookline Farmers’ MarketWhere: Centre Street West parking lot, BrooklineHours: Thursdays, 1:30 p.m.