Healthy St. Pete will aim to develop programs that look to partner with neighborhood stores and restaurants to make shopping for healthful options even easier.
Saturday Morning Market
Located in the heart of downtown St. Pete, the market runs every Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm. Visitors have come to expect local vendors, fresh produce, live music, arts and crafts, food vendors and a community gathering experience like none other. For more information, visit www.saturdaymorningmarket.com.
New! Saturday Morning Market Online!
Can’t make it to St. Petersburg’s Saturday Morning Market? No problem! The Market is pleased to announce an ONLINE farmers market, available now at http://stpetersburg.localfoodmarketplace.com. Simply place an order from Sunday at 3 p.m. through Tuesday at 8 p.m., indicate your pick up location, and then collect your order on Thursday from 4 until 7 p.m. Our market “FARMILY” currently consists of two organic vegetable farmers, two small local farmers, and local vendors. Log on to find local vegetables, strawberries, citrus, pastured chicken and eggs, beef and beef bones, freshly baked breads, sea salt, artisan teas, coffees, and mushrooms!
Pick Up locations each week on Thursday from 4:00p.m. – 7:00p.m. at the following locations:
- Thomas Jet Jackson Recreation Center
1000 28th Street South, on the east side of the park.
- 1114 Central Avenue
Parking for the Central Avenue location is in the back of the building on the west side near the glass doors.
Accepts SNAP/EBT, Fruit and Veggie Vouchers, and “prescription cards”; Offers 1:1 incentives up to $20 for fresh veggies and fruits. SNAP cardholders may purchase $40 of food for $20 with their cards. Be sure to bring your cards, shopping bags, and indicate the desired pick up location. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
American Heart Association – You’re the Cure
You can make a difference! Join the American Heart Association’s Healthy Food Financing Initiative and support local grocers to open, expand, and improve grocery stores in underserved areas. An economically sustainable solution to bring good nutrition and jobs into our neighborhoods. Learn more at www.yourethecure.org or https://youtu.be/xDyM3QD02E0.