The bounty of the Rogue Valley is on full display during spring and summer. Farms and gardens are alive with beautiful flowers, juicy fruits and crisp vegetables.
It’s a time when we cook healthy meals and fill our plates with a suite of colorful, vibrant and fresh foods. Fortunately, Southern Oregon is an agricultural oasis that has its abundance on display all year long, but especially during this beloved time of year.
In addition to farmers markets in Medford and Ashland, Phoenix has a lovely market which boasts fresh foods and packaged items that will be right at home in your kitchen.
The Phoenix Farmers Market is a produce and natural foods store, featuring seasonal and locally grown foods. Visit them today and find everything for your next locally-inspired meal.
A Long History
The Phoenix Farmers Market opened in 1942, starting as a small stall on the side of the road and eventually becoming a permanent fixture in Southern Oregon. The unique store features fresh produce — which is usually displayed outdoors — all year long. They also have a wide selection of packaged items, so you can check everything off your grocery list when you visit.
With a mission to promote a healthy lifestyle, the Phoenix Farmers Market emphasizes the importance of fresh and locally grown fruits and vegetables. They also carry many gluten-free products, in addition to:
- homemade kimchi and salsa
- local breads and cookies
- local gourmet cheese
4880 S. Pacific Highway, Phoenix
Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Shop Like A Local
Whether you need fresh lemons for curd, cherries for homemade pie filling, or bell peppers for fajita night, the Phoenix Farmers Market has it all. They have been a part of Southern Oregon for decades, providing fresh and healthy food. Visit the Phoenix Farmers Market today and find a little slice of food heaven right here in Phoenix.