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Farm Stand Project



This project began in 1993 with a mission to make fresh produce more readily available in low-income neighborhoods traditionally underserved by full-service grocery stores. In addition to accepting cash, our Farm Stands accept public program benefits such as FMNP and SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps). The Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) issues checks to income-qualified seniors and WIC families which can only be used to purchase produce at certified Farmers’ Markets and, through USDA authorization, our Farm Stands.

Farm Stand vs. Farmers’ Market
Unlike Farmers’ Markets where the farmer comes to the market to sell, we go to the farmers and purchase produce and then deliver it to the Farm Stands. The Food Bank complements the produce for sale with nutrition education to encourage healthy eating, including monthly cooking demonstrations and samplings with recipes using local produce. You can search for recipes with our Recipe Rainbow.

 

Find a Farm Stand convenient for you!

 

Millvale Borough Farm Stand

518 Grant Avenue Millvale, PA 15209

Market Time: Wednesdays, 2:30 – 6:00p

Season: June 18 - November 19

 

Rainbow Kitchen Farm Stand

345 East Eighth Avenue Homestead, PA 15120 (Citizen’s Bank parking lot)

Market Time: Wednesdays, 11:00 – 3:00p

Season: June 18 - October 1

 

Brighton Farm Stand

3237 Brighton Road Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Market Time: Tuesdays, Noon - 4p

Season: June 17 - August 26

 

Clairton Farm Stand

Lifespan Senior Center - 530 Miller Avenue Clairton, PA 15025

Market Time: Thursdays, 9:30a - 1:30p

Season: July 17 - October 30

 

Questions? Contact our Food Resource & Produce Specialist, Jeralyn, at (412) 460-3663 ext. 214 or jeralyn@pittsburghfoodbank.org