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Mission Community Market: Thursday


Founded in 2010, Mission Community Market is an open-air marketplace made up of farmers, small local businesses, and community programs, promoting family health and creating a fun, beautiful public space for the Mission District. Starting in May 2018, CUESA is honored to support this vibrant neighborhood market with deep roots in the Mission community.

Directions and Transit

Mission Community Market takes places on Thursdays, 4 to 8 pm, on 22nd Street (between Mission and Valencia) and Bartlett Street in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood. The market is accessible from the 24th Street BART station, as well as the 14, 49, and other MUNI lines. Find Bay Area transit information, maps, and schedules at www.transit.511.org.

What market services does CUESA offer?

CUESA offers many services to make your farmers market shopping experience more convenient, rewarding, and enjoyable. Visit the CUESA Info Booth to 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?

Find Wells Fargo and US Bank ATMs at the intersection of 22nd and Mission, and a Chase ATM at 21st and Mission.

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 Mission Community 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 mcm@cuesa.org.

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

We are excited to collaborate with Little Mission Studio, an independent music school in the Mission District, to curate local, diverse, and family-friendly musicians to perform on our market stage. If you are an interested musician, please complete Little Mission Studio’s Interested Musician Form.

Through our low-barrier, free public venue, MCM provides a critical opportunity for artists to gain exposure, develop talent, and secure future gigs through our marketing support. By showcasing musicians and performers, MCM provides a crosscultural space for community members to gather and celebrate the diverse cultural history and artistic talents of the Mission neighborhood.

See our live music calendar »

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 mcm@cuesa.org or 415.291.3276.


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Mission Community Market: Thursday Sellers

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Main Products

Yerena Farms

Berries, squashSee all »

Winters Fruit Tree

Raw, roasted, and flavored nutsSee all »

Urban Sprouts

plant startsSee all »

Twin Girls Farm

FruitSee all »

Tory Farms

FruitSee all »


Curries, dips, chutneySee all »

Root Down Farm

MeatSee all »

RoliRoti Gourmet Rotisserie

Roasted chicken, porcetta sandwichesSee all »

Nucha Empanadas

EmpanadasSee all »

Mi Morena

TacosSee all »

Medrano's Flowers

FlowersSee all »

Marla Bakery

Breads, pastriesSee all »

LeftCoast GrassFed

MeatSee all »

K&J Orchards

FruitSee all »

Jennifer Kindell

Screen printsSee all »

Izalco Catering

PupusasSee all »

Iacopi Farms

Vegetables, beansSee all »

Hummus Heaven

Mediterranean foods See all »

Home Maid Ravioli Co.

Fresh pastas, pasta sauces See all »

Happy Boy Farms

Certified organic vegetables, cut flowersSee all »

Hale's Apple Farm

Apples, figsSee all »

Great Valley Poultry

Eggs See all »

Flour Chylde Bakery

Gluten-free baked goodsSee all »

Far West Fungi

MushroomsSee all »

En Vie Naturals

Skin care productsSee all »

Dive into Divinity

Crystals, jewelerySee all »

City Bees

Honey, bee productsSee all »

Charlie Clark’s Smoked Fish / Coastside Farms and Specialties

Smoked fish See all »

Blue House Farm

Certified organic vegetables, fruits, cut flowersSee all »

Avila Farms

VegetablesSee all »

Arata Farms

Stone fruit, figsSee all »

Achadinha Cheese Company

CheeseSee all »


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