THURSDAYS
11AM – 2PM

539 Broad Street, Hartford
Next to Firebox Restaurant

We accept Cash, Credit, Debit and SNAP / EBT (We match SNAP up to $20)

Hartford is rated as the most at‐risk town in Connecticut for food insecurity.

The Farmers Market is a place where corporate employees venture into the neighborhood, where seniors and SNAP recipients stretch their food dollars, and where communities co-mingle. The Market is situated on the green, adjacent to Firebox Restaurant on Broad Street. It is open May through September, on Thursdays from 11AM until 2PM.

Hartford is Connecticut’s capital city and home to several Fortune 500 companies, and yet 35% of the city’s 125,000 residents live below the poverty line and approximately 40% of residents receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits (formerly food stamps). Hartford is also ranked the worst of Connecticut’s 169 towns in population at risk of food insecurity.

As one means for increasing access to healthy, locally-grown food, four of Hartford’s farmers markets accept SNAP, including Forge City Works, Homestead, the North End, and the West End markets. In addition, all four markets participate in the Double Value Coupon Program (DVCP), a national non-profit program that provides customers with an incentive to spend their SNAP dollars at farmers markets by doubling the value of SNAP they spend on produce.

Contact Jocelyn at 860-548-9877 ext. 404 to become a vendor or learn more about the Farmers’ Market or send an e-mail to jocelyn@forgecityworks.org

2019 FARMERS MARKET VENDORS

Killam and Bassette Farmstead

Gotta’s Farm

Beckett Farm

KNOX Incubator Farmers
(Red, Gold and Green Foods, Barbecho’s Harvest, Pablo Liriano, Micro2Life)

Hyper Health Farm

Gordon Bednarz

Sweet Harmony Bakery

Chet’s Italian Ice

Coco Rico Ice Cream

Replanted Herbalist

G-Monkey Mobile

El Bori Foodtruck

Disco Forno

2 Your Health Vegan Food Truck