Listings in Food Assistance
Arizona has several food assistance programs to help your family afford a healthier diet. The businesses and farmers markets below accept a variety of food assistance options.
Your Market offers natural, Arizona-grown fruits and vegetables, eggs, honey, salsa, and other locally-made foods. Real Food, Real Farmers, Eat Local!
100 South Avenida del Convento
Tucson, Arizona 85745
1200 W. Vineyard
Phoenix, Arizona 85041
The mission of Ndee Bikiyaa (The People's Farm) is to restore personal and cultural health among the White Mountain Apache through agriculture.
Farm Road, Canyon Day
Canyon Day, Arizona 85941
The Open Air Market at the Phoenix Public Market is a program of Community Food Connections (CFC), a 501c3 non-profit organization. CFC creates a downtown community gathering place by supporting small farmers and businesses.
721 N Central Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Each Wednesday, the morning comes alive with a variety of artisans and small, local food businesses at the Green Valley Village. Stroll through the market to find artisan goods, jewelry, and southwest flavor for your home and taste buds!
101 South La Cañada Drive
Green Valley, Arizona 85614
in Vegetarian, Vegan, Soy Free, SNAP/EBT Accepted, Radishes, Organic, Nut Free, Mustard, Microgreens, Local Food Retailers, Lettuce, Home Delivery, Gluten Free, Farmers Markets, Double Up Food Bucks Accepted, Distributors, CSAs, Broccoli
Locally grown specialty vegetable greens called microgreens. To preserve flavor and maintain the highest nutritional value, our microgreens are sold living, in a soil free medium, you harvest as you use. Woman owned indoor, vertical, hydroponic farm.
We are a food-based farmers market and gathering place dedicated to inspiring and educating home cooks through Arizona local produce, handmade foods and handcrafted goods.
5757 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
The Yuma Farmer's Market is a fund-raising project of Crossroads Mission. The profits of the space rentals are used to support programs for the homeless, the needy, and the addicted of our community.
N Main St
Yuma, Arizona 85364
The Help Yourself Co-op Program at United Food Bank offers households the ability to stretch their grocery dollars a little further. Families and individuals can purchase through our Co-op choosing fresh meats and fresh produce for only $20
358 East Javelina Ave
Mesa, Arizona 85210
We're excited to be part of the Verrado Community - featuring local farmers, ranchers, artisan food producers and handmade crafts!
Main Street and N. Verrado Way
Buckeye, Arizona 85396