Farmers’ markets in and around Stockton
Stockton is located in the middle of the abundance of California's Central Valley.
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To celebrate the agricultural richness of the region, the Stockton area offers numerous farmers' markets that bring the farm to your table as soon as the produce is picked. Even better, many farmers' markets are open year-round so that locals and visitors can get fresh food any time of the year. Take a look at some of Stockton's farmers' markets.
One of the oldest farmers' markets in the state, the Downtown Stockton Asian Farmers' Market is held every Saturday throughout the year. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, the market also offers Asian produce, products, fish and sweets. The amazing assortment of items landed the Downtown Stockton Asian Farmers' Market on Saveur magazine's Top 100 in 2007.
Add fresh flavors with a stop at the San Joaquin Certified Farmers Market, held every Thursday April through November from 8:00am to 1:00pm (behind Weberstown Mall). The market features a variety of fresh produce and fresh baked goods! BONUS: Residents can enjoy produce year-round with this market, held every Sunday from 8:00am to 1:00pm!
The Downtown Tracy Farmers' Market gives locals and visitors the chance to not only stock up on fresh produce but also local favorites from bakeries like Beckmann's Old World Bakery and Kandi's Pies and Pastries.
The Lodi Farmers' Market is reminiscent of the street fairs that pepper San Francisco, thanks to the music and booths that intersperse a selection of vendors selling everything from locally made sausages to clothing.
During the summer, you can find locals and visitors hanging out at the Manteca Farmer's Market, listening to the bands on the gazebo stage and checking out the food, crafts and commercial vendors.
Other local markets that attract both locals and passersby are the Market at Delta College, Park West Place Farmer's Market, and the West Valley Mall Farmers' Market, each with its own specialty and plenty of fresh offerings.
Be sure to check out the San Joaquin County Farm Guide and Map for a list of vendors and further details to help you plan your trip.