Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday | CUESA

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Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday

SUNDAY, 10 AM to 3 PM | YEAR ROUND, RAIN OR SHINE

The Jack London Square Farmers Market is operated by CUESA at Oakland’s Jack London Square on Sundays (10 am to 3 pm), year round, rain or shine. Founded in 1989, the Jack London Square Farmers Market has deep roots in Oakland, providing a vibrant waterfront marketplace for Bay Area families.

With more than 40 vendors, the Jack London Square Farmers Market offers local produce, food craft products, and breakfast and lunch options. See our seller lineup »

Every Sunday we also offer free education programs, such as cooking demos, tastings, and kids activities. Check out our calendar of upcoming events  »

Directions, Transit, and Parking

The Jack London Square Farmers Market takes place in Jack London Square at Webster Street at Embarcadero West, in the plaza that contains Jack London’s Cabin (aka “Palm Plaza”).

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Directions and public transportation »

Nearby parking lots »

CUESA offers validation at the Washington Street Garage (101 Washington) for farmers market shoppers, making your first hour just $.75. Stop by the CUESA Info Booth on Sundays (10 am to 3 pm) for validation.

What market services does CUESA offer?

CUESA offers many services to make your farmers market shopping experience more relaxing, rewarding, and enjoyable, such as an Info Booth, Veggie Valet, parking validation, and EBT. Learn more »

Can I use my credit card at the farmers market?

Many of our sellers take credit cards! Ask at the farmers market, or see a current list »

Where are the ATMs?

An ATM is located by the parking lot adjacent to the plaza at Broadway and Water Street.

Can I use my EBT card or WIC vouchers in the market? What is Market Match?

CUESA’s farmers markets accepts EBT (CalFresh/food stamps). During market hours, customers can use their EBT card at the CUESA Info Booth to receive market coins. WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) and Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers must be redeemed directly at participating sellers’ stalls. EBT shoppers can double their dollars up to $10 per market day through the Market Match program, which offers tokens redeemable in the market for fresh fruits and vegetables.

Why aren’t dogs allowed at the farmers market?

California Health & Safety Code 114259.5 stipulates that live animals aren’t allowed in certified farmers markets and permitted food facilities, with the exception of service animals. Fraudulently misrepresenting service animals is a misdemeanor (California Penal Code 365.7 [a]). Please make plans to leave your animal at home or at a safe place outside of the market.

How do I apply to be a vendor at the farmers market?

Please see our prospective sellers page »

How can I get involved as a volunteer at the farmers market?

Thank you so much for your interest and support! Volunteers are vital members of our team who perform a wide range of duties such as assisting customers at our farmers markets and supporting our education programs. Learn more about volunteering here, or contact cindy@cuesa.org.

I represent a local nonprofit. Can I table at the farmers market?

In stewardship of the Jack London Square Farmers Market as a local community space, CUESA welcomes mission-aligned local nonprofit organizations to share their work with our market community, free of charge. For more information, please contact us at jlsfm@cuesa.org.

I am a local musician. Can I play music at the farmers market?

CUESA manages live music at the Jack London Square Farmers Market. If you are interested in performing, please contact us at jlsfm@cuesa.org.

What is CUESA?

CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn more »

Does CUESA offer sponsorship opportunities for companies in the farmers market?

Yes. Learn more »

I have more questions. Who should I reach out to?

We invited your questions and input! Please feel free to contact us at jlsfm@cuesa.org or 415.291.3276.

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Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday Sellers

Seller Main Products

Achadinha Cheese Company

CheeseSee all »

Anna's Seafood

seafood, smoked fish, prepared foods, See all »

Big Paw Olive Oil Company

Olive oil, vinegarSee all »

Bini's Kitchen

Nepalese dumplingsSee all »

Casa Rosa Farms

Pasture-raised meats, olive oil See all »

Charlie Clark’s Smoked Fish / Coastside Farms and Specialties

Smoked fish See all »

Cholita Linda

Latin American cuisine, tacosSee all »

Civil Pops

food craft products, ice pops See all »

Copper Top Ovens

Wood-fired pizzasSee all »

Cortez Farms

Berries, vegetables, squashSee all »

Country Grill

Rotisserie chicken, sandwiches, salads See all »

Delicious Kettle Corn

Kettle corn, lemonadeSee all »

Diaz Farms

Dried, fresh fruit, nutsSee all »

Dot’s Baking Pantry

Baked goods, pastries See all »

Feel Good Bakery

Breads, pastriesSee all »

Fresno Family Farm

Fruits, vegetables See all »

Great Valley Poultry

Eggs See all »

Ground Stew Farms

Vegetables, herbs See all »

Happy Acre Farm

Fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowersSee all »

Hidden Star Orchards

Fruit juice, syrups, apple sauceSee all »

Home Maid Ravioli Co.

Fresh pastas, pasta sauces See all »

Hummus Heaven

Mediterranean foods See all »

Infinitea

Tea See all »

J&M Ibarra Farms

Vegetables, fruitsSee all »

La Crepe a Moi

CrepesSee all »

La Vie Wellness

Probiotic juices, wellness beverages, superfood snacks See all »

Lucky Dog Hot Sauce

Hot sauceSee all »

Medina Berry Farms

Berries See all »

Planting Justice

fruits, vegetables, herbs, nutsSee all »

Precious Puch Doggie Bakery

Dog treatsSee all »

Reem's

Arab street food (mana’eesh) See all »

Resendiz Farms

Fruit See all »

Swank Farms

Vegetables, fruits See all »

The Honey Ladies

Honey, bee productsSee all »

The Sharp Brothers

Knife sharpening See all »

Tres Bien Creamery

CheeseSee all »

Way to Life Foods

Granola, baked goodsSee all »

Wisdom by Wisdom

SoapsSee all »

About CUESA

CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn More »