CUESA | Market Happening: Fall Holiday Farmers Market

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Sat 8am–2pm | Tue & Thu 10am–2pm

Fall Holiday Farmers Market

Tuesday, November 23, 2021 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

Fill your holiday table with locally grown goodies from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Tuesday, November 23, 10 am to 2 pm. You’ll find our regular Tuesday farms along with some special pop-ups to make for a unique, delicious, and truly local fall feast. Stock up on fresh local produce and handcrafted treats and sweets, and grab lunch while you’re here.

Please note that our farmers market will be closed on Thursday, November 25.

Check out CUESA’s Farmers Market Fall Feast Guide for shopping tips and recipes.

CUESA farmers markets accept EBT (CalFresh/food stamps). Customers using EBT can double their dollars (up to $15 per market day) through the Market Match program, which offers free market coins redeemable only for fruits and vegetables.

Farm & Vendor Lineup

Bisou Chocolate (pop-up!): handcrafted chocolates
Delightful Foods (pop-up!): pies, cookies
Everything Under the Sun: fruit, vegetables, dried fruit
Green Thumb Organics: vegetables
Hummus Heaven: hummus, dips
Iacopi Farms: Brussels sprouts, dried beans
K&J Orchards: fall fruit
McGinnis Ranch: organic flowers, vegetables, herbs
Mi Comedor: tacos, quesadillas
Nahua Pizza: pizza
Norte 54: pan dulce (Mexican pastries)
Proyecto Diaz coffee: coffee
Rojas Family Farm (pop-up!): fall fruit
RoliRoti: porchetta sandwiches
Three Babes Bakeshop (pop-up!): pies
Twin Girls Farm: fruit
Urban Organics: organic vegetables
Yerena Farms: berries

Holiday Gift Sets from Oakland Bloom

In addition, Oakland Bloom will be popping up with delicious goodies and holiday sets. Oakland Bloom’s mission is to advance economic equity and to create pathways to business ownership for poor and working-class refugee and immigrant chefs in Oakland.

  • Saucy Holiday Set featuring Layla’s Kuhinja’s Ajvar (roasted red pepper sauce; Bosnia), Hiyab Family’s Awaze (chili sauce; Eritrea), Asúkar’s olive-Fig tapenade (Palestinian-Cuban), Prima’s Corner’s vegan pesto (Cuban)
  • Holiday Dessert Box featuring Layla’s Kuhinja’s chocolate-coconut truffles (Bosnia) Cafe Anbesa’s Himbasha (holiday bread; Eritrea) Asúkar’s Baklawa con Guayaba (Palestinian-Cuban) Prima’s Corner’s Besitos de Coco (vegan coconut kisses; Cuban) M&D’s Niangao (rice cake; Hong Kong), East Oakland Soul Kitchen’s mini sweet potato pie (Oakland), and more!


CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. Learn More »