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The Braintree Farmers Market is currently operating virtually every Saturday thru Market2Dayapp.com

(Order by Thursdays before midnight for Saturday delivery or community hub pickup)

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Braintree Farmers Market Outdoor 2021 Season

Braintree Town Hall  Braintree MA  02184

During the 2021-22 Season the BFM will offer a Virtual Farmers Market in conjunction with an Outdoor Market.

Outdoor Market Dates:  June 19-October 16, 2021

Thanksgiving Holiday Farmers Market:  November 20, 2021
Winter/Spring Farmers Markets:  Saturdays, February 5, March 5, April 2 and May 7, 2022
Location: Braintree Town Hall Mall, One JFK Memorial Drive, Braintree, MA 02184
Featuring locally grown and produced fruits, vegetables, hormone & antibiotic-free meats, seafood, delicious prepared foods, flowers, plants, preserves, Vermont maple syrup, spa products, gourmet baked goods, fresh eggs, pies, local honey, fresh baked breads, mushrooms, granola, authentic Italian pestos, cheeses, made-to-order arepas, sauces, cranberries, microgreens, locally roasted coffees, soups, pickles, fresh-pressed cider, dairy-free desserts, garlic salts, bone broths, and much more.
The Braintree Farmers Market is a community event organized by local volunteers.   Visit our Community Table to find out about other non-profit organizations that we support.  Check our Events page for Special Events throughout the season.  Music sponsored each week by the Braintree Electric Light Dept.
THE BRAINTREE FARMERS MARKET IS A 501-C4 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
 
 

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