Boxes from Market Sellers Available for Curbside Pickup | CUESA

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March 20, 2020

Boxes from Market Sellers Available for Curbside Pickup

Pre-order a produce box from your favorite farm for contactless curbside pickup at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. In addition to the CUESA Farmers Market Box, we’re also offering pickup for individual farms and market sellers at the Ferry Plaza Farmer Market on Saturdays.

Here’s How It Works

  1. Pre-order your box of choice directly from the farm or seller using the links belowBe sure to remember which seller you ordered from! You’ll need to know when you pick up.
  2. Be sure to specify your pickup date and location (Ferry Plaza Farmers Market) when ordering.
  3. On your pickup date, pull up curbside to collect your box at CUESA’s Veggie Valet tent in front of the Ferry Building. On Saturdays (8 am to 1 pm), look for the black tent just south of the clocktower as you head north on Embarcadero. On Tuesday and Thursday (10 am to 2 pm), the Veggie Valet service is offered through CUESA Info Booth.

For contactless curbside pickup, drive up to the white curb, let our team know your name and which seller you ordered from, and we will load your box into your back seat or trunk. Please be patient as we assist other customers. You can also walk up to the Veggie Valet booth. 

Participating Market Sellers

Brokaw RanchPickup available Saturday (ORDER HERE)

  • Curated selection of citrus and avocados

Cap’n Mike’s Holy SmokePickup available Saturday (ORDER HERE)

  • Selection of smoked fish and other goodies

Dirty Girl Produce: Pickup available Thursday & Saturday (ORDER HERE)

  • Salad box or hardy veggie box with shelf-stable dried beans and jarred tomatoes

Star Route FarmsPickup available Saturday (ORDER HERE)

  • Seasonal veggie box


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