1.4 min readBy Published On: June 10th, 2020Categories: Features0 Comments on Farmers Market is back in the Seaport District

Bringing an abundance of local, fresh food to the neighborhood, Seaport welcomes back Boston Public Market’s seasonal open-air farmers market for its third year. Located on Seaport Common, the weekly market will be open on Saturdays, 12pm-6pm through September 26, 2020. As always, the farmers market will offer a variety of locally sourced grocery shopping essentials, specialty foods and more, as the community continues to seek nourishing meals to enjoy at home and al fresco while supporting local businesses.

This year, in support of the City of Boston’s regulations to help fight the spread of COVID-19, the Seaport market will operate with new safety measures, including having distanced market tables, implementing queuing markers, requiring vendors to have mandatory facial coverings, providing a hand washing station, eliminating onsite product sampling and more. Shoppers are also encouraged to use contactless payment when possible.

The Boston Public Market at Seaport is an extension of the indoor, year-round Boston Public Market (100 Hanover Street at Haymarket Station). Vendors at its Seaport location are proud to accept SNAP/EBT and HIP for all eligible products, in addition to WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program coupons at select vendors.

A Selection of Vendors at The Boston Public Market at Seaport Includes:
Del’s Lemonade
: Frozen Lemonade
Duxbury Saltworks
: Hand-harvested sea salts
Farmer Dave’s
: Fresh produce – fruits and vegetables
Sisters of Anarchy: Ice Cream
: Ice cream
Native Colombian Foods Coffee
: Hot and cold coffees, and coffee beans

Vendors are subject to change based on product availability. Shoppers are encouraged to visit bostonpublicmarket.org or follow Seaport, @seaportbos, and the Boston Public Market on Instagram for updates on outdoor market vendor changes and other details.

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