Mobile Produce Market will operate May 31, 2019 (weather permitting) to November 2.
When families can afford a healthy diet, communities get healthier.
York Fresh Food Farms will launch the second year of its Mobile Produce Market operation, a shuttle bus customized into a farm-stand-on-wheels, on May 31, 2019 (weather permitting).
The Mobile Produce Market will operate from June to the first week in November to bring high quality, affordable, farm-fresh produce to underserved and food insecure neighborhoods and to City residents with limited transportation.
The Mobile Produce Market will accept SNAP Benefits/EBT, WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks, WellSpan Market Bucks vouchers, cash, credit and debit.
The Mobile Produce Market operation is an important step towards achieving York Fresh Food Farms’ goals of providing nutritious, organically grown produce to underserved York City residents, addressing food access inequities, spreading the word about nutritious, good tasting fruits and vegetables and eating healthy and increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables in the City of York.
Look for York Fresh Food Farms’ a market stop near you!
Every Monday — York Towne House 10:30am – noon 200 N Duke Street
Every Monday — Hannah Penn K-8 School 3:30pm – 5:30pm 415 E Boundary Avenue
Every Tuesday — Lee’s Food Market 4pm – 6pm 564 N Pershing Avenue
Every Wednesday — Springdale 4pm – 6pm Intersection of Newlin Road & Merion Road
Every Other Thursday morning — White Rose Senior Center 10:30am – noon on the 1st & 3rd Thursday—28 S Broad Street
Every Other Thursday morning — SpiriTrust Lutheran/Kelly Dr 10:30am – noon on the 2nd & 4th Thursday—750 Kelly Drive
Every Thursday — Paks Food Market 4pm – 6pm 750 E Princess Street
Every Friday — rabbittransit Downtown Transfer Center 3pm – 5:30pm 213 W King Street
Every Saturday — York Fresh Food Farms 11am – 2pm N Pershing Avenue at Parkway Blvd
View mobile market schedule here: 2019 regular schedule in English and Spanish
The Mobile Produce Market operation will include nutrition information that will focus on eating more fruits and vegetables by providing above-and-beyond customer service at each market stop including:
- information and handouts about fruits and vegetables offered for sale,
- recipes, food preparation and storage information, food budgeting tips and other resources.