State Farmers' Markets

The Florida State Farmers Market system is comprised of 13 wholesale produce markets and one livestock auction market. The more than 200 market tenants are responsible for marketing more than $200 million in Florida-grown agricultural products annually. Find out how this important agricultural infrastructure resource operates and how you can lease space.
The Bureau of State Farmers' Markets provides information, leadership and modern facilities necessary to move farm products from the farm to the consumer.

The bureau manages the operation of 13 state-owned wholesale shipping point farmers' markets and leases these facilities to farmers, packers, brokers, truckers and related agribusinesses. These markets specialize in fresh Florida produce.

The State Farmers' Markets are located in:  Florida City, Fort Pierce, Fort Myers, Quincy, Immokalee, East Palatka, Plant City, Pompano, Sanford, Starke, White Springs, Trenton and Wauchula.