New Hope Community Farmers Market

Why shop at Farmers Market?

New Hope Community Farmers Market Mission:

“Building community in New Hope and the surrounding areas by providing locally grown and produced foods and merchandise in a vibrant open air market.”

The Creation   Ten years and counting, the vision remains focused on the Community.  We take pride in the Market’s availability to all vendors, shoppers and supporters who remain loyal to this amazing Market!  The New Hope Community Farmers Market (NHCFM) was


With few exceptions, produce is brought to market the same day or within a day of picking. That’s fresh! Fresh products are crisp, have good texture, and taste better.


Farmers bring many different varieties of just about every product. Variety provides a great healthy way to enrich ones life.

Talk to the farmer

This is really an advantage. Since the person, you buy the product from is the farmer or his/her employee, you can ask anything about the product, for example, where it was grown, what variety it is, if the product was sprayed, and cooking suggestions.

Supporting family operated small farms

Each stall space is used by a different farm. By shopping at farmers markets you are supporting these family operated small farms.

Minnesota grown

At the farmers’ market, you know that all products sold at our farmers’ markets are grown in Minnesota.


Fruits like strawberries and tomatoes are picked when ripe, not before. Ripened on the tree or vine adds significantly to flavor.


You simply cannot compare the volume, variety, quality, and freshness of flowers at the farmers markets with what grocery stores offer. With the exception of greenhouse roses, the types of flowers at the market vary with the season. For example, in February-March there are fantastic tulips, and during the summer there are tuberose, sunflowers, zinnias, and many more.

Enjoy visiting with others

You always see people talking to one another, having a good time.

Reducing the carbon footprint

Distance produce travels from farm to you via a grocery store is often greater than 1,000 miles. Transport to and storage at the store often requires refrigeration, and these result in carbon dioxide emissions. At our farmers’ markets average distance traveled is less than 50 miles and there is no refrigeration or storage. Buying at a farmers’ market results in less carbon dioxide emissions.

Market Board of Directors

Kristine Frey

John Elder

Olivia Frey

Mark Brown

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