Covid-19 set-up for the Cape Coral Farmers Market -effective May 2, 2020
- Market will offer produce, foods, soap and pet foods only at this time.
- Vendors spaced appropriately, at more than 6 feet distance from each other.
- Vendors will handle and bag customer purchases.
- Customers are required to follow social distancing guidelines.
- Vendors and staff must have masks and sanitizer.
- Vendors will keep customers from handling anything in their booths.
- Vendors and staff will encourage proper customer spacing.
- No Samples. No exceptions.
- Hand wash station is available for vendor use as well as customers.
- If you are sick, please stay home. This applies to vendors and customers.
The Cape Coral Farmers Market has been a favorite Saturday morning destination for 26 years. Over the years, we have grown to over 125 vendors. We are confident that we have all the delicious foods and local crafts that you love to shop for.
Fresh, local & healthy fruits and veggies, including Certified Organic produce, are the core of the market along with homemade and handmade foods and crafts. Fresh baked breads & pastries, homemade pickles, jams & jellies, Gulf fresh seafood, fresh meats, homemade pet treats, handcrafted soaps, essential oils, local honey, made-on-site guacamole, fresh, cut flowers, native plants & trees are just some of the fantastic products available.
Since shopping and eating seem to go so well together, the market has endless options. A food truck court and tent vendors offer BBQ, Crepes, Empanadas, Mexican food, German street food and healthy options like Kombucha, health smoothies, Acai bowls and salads.
Each season we do our best to give back to the community by offering spaces for non-profits, schools and community groups. Another way we give back is by offering the ability for our EBT/SNAP customers to shop for healthy and affordable food options. We are proud to say that 7 years ago, we were the first market in Lee County to offer ease of shopping for our neighbors.
We are also proud that we were the first market in Lee County to offer Fresh Access Bucks to our EBT/SNAP customers. This program gives $40.00 extra to purchase Florida grown fruits & veggies at the market. A healthy community is a great outcome.
The market can also be very entertaining with great musicians perform during the season.
We hope that you choose to make the Cape Coral Farmers Market your Saturday Morning Destination!
For more information, call Claudia St Onge at (239) 549-6900 x101, email@example.com (or) visit the Farmers' Market site at www.capecoralfarmersmarket.com