Farmers markets and greenmarkets in New York City provide an opportunity to buy fresh and affordable produce while supporting regional farmers. NYC Health + Hospitals has farmers markets at some of the City's hospitals.

Most farmers markets accept SNAP benefits (EBT) and all accept Health Bucks coupons.

You can find locations, schedules, and other information about greenmarkets and farmers markets using the NYC Health Map.

Use the NYC Health Map to search under Farmers Markets.

The Department of Parks and Recreation does not manage green and farmers markets.

For a general complaint about a farmers market or greenmarket you can contact GrowNYC online.

Contact GrowNYC.

For a food safety complaint or to report unsanitary conditions at a farmers market go to the Food Safety Complaint page.

The New York State Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides coupons for low-income seniors. The coupons can be exchanged for locally grown fruit and vegetables at participating farmers markets in New York City.

You can contact your local Senior Centers for eligibility and distribution information. Due to the limited number of coupons, senior centers may restrict their supply to current members.

Call 311 if you need more help.

You can use Health Bucks coupons at all NYC Farmers' Markets to buy fresh fruit and vegetables.

You can get a $2 Health Bucks coupon:

  • For every $5 you spend in SNAP benefits (also known as Food Stamps) at any farmers market that accepts EBT.
  • When adults or kids participate in nutrition and cooking classes, sponsored by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, at select farmers markets.   

Community organizations may also apply to receive Health Bucks coupons for nutrition or health-related programming.

The Health Bucks season runs from July 1 to November 30.

You can get more information on the City’s farmers markets, health bucks, and applications for community organizations online.

Learn more about Health Bucks.