The Boston Public Market Association’s two seasonal farmers markets in Dewey Square and outside the Boston Public Market return this week, bringing fresh local food to residents, workers, and visitors on the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
As a supplement to the indoor, year round Boston Public Market, now entering its first full summer season after launching in July 2015, the two outdoor markets offer farm fresh produce; meat, poultry, and eggs; milk and cheese; fish; bread and baked goods; flowers; and an assortment of specialty and prepared foods from more than a dozen local farmers, fishers, and food entrepreneurs. The Boston Public Market Association has operated seasonal farmers markets in downtown Boston for over nine years.
Boston Public Market vendors are proud to accept SNAP/EBT for all eligible market products, and both the Market and the seasonal farmers markets are participants in the City of Boston’s Boston Bounty Bucks program, which provides a dollar for dollar match, up to $10 a day, for SNAP customers to spend at participating farmers markets and the Boston Public Market.
The Boston Public Market recently announced that it will be open 7 days a week, starting July 18.