Downtown

Renton Farmers Market

The market runs June 2nd through September 29, 2020

This year, the Renton Farmers Market will change from being the community-gathering place it has been for 19 years, to a quick in-and-out destination for essential food shopping. While you will not see local artisans, crafters, ready-to-eat foods, kid’s activities or hear the sounds of live music, be assured that your favorite farmers will be ready with their Washington-grown fresh produce, flowers and other staples that you have come to enjoy.

New Location!!

The Market will be moving just slightly to the west, across Logan Avenue S to Gateway Park, in the gravel lot. This new location will also feature a designated entrance (just west of the corner of S 3rd St and Logan Avenue S) and exit so the Market staff can monitor the number of shoppers and ensure proper social distancing per regulations from Public Health – Seattle & King County. A line to enter will begin at the entrance and wrap north along Logan Ave S. Please follow directions on all posted signage and practice proper distancing from other shoppers in line.

Social Distancing Accommodations
The market has been redesigned for 2020 in a new paired down format where physical distancing and a high level of sanitation can be maintained for everyone. The number one goal is to make sure the market is a safe place for you to do your weekly food shopping.

Click here for more information about the market and to discover what is on the schedule for this week.

Here are a list of vendors you can expect to see at the market this season!  Vendors are subject to change week-by-week, so please check the website for an updated list.

Plan Your Visit Before you Come!

Download the Visit Renton mobile app to view the map of vendors each week and make your plan for shopping.

Follow the Market on Facebook!

Don't forget to visit us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-the-minute Renton Farmers Market news and vendor specials!

Aguilar Farms

Vegetables & fruit provided by Aguilar Farms out of Sunnyside, WA!
Amador Farms is a small farm in the Yakima Valley, growing different types of fruits and vegetables, without pesticides.

Bees in the 'Burbs

Bees In The ‘Burbs is all about helping people who want to find amazing local honey, honey products, and gifts. We also serve beginning through master beekeepers with our truly expert knowledge and experience.
The Fernandez family offers organic farm fresh produce brought to you directly from their fields in Sunnyside. They are proud members of the Washington Latino Farmers Network , dedicated to providing marketing services that build direct relationships between an association of small, local and multicultural farm and food businesses and their optimal customers.

Forest Fairy Bakery

We specialize in all natural, from scratch baking. We bake breads, cakes, cookies, granola and jam from local ingredients. We never use any trans fats, hydrogenated oils or preservatives. Everything we create is from scratch, always using high quality ingredients including extra virgin olive oil, unbleached and stone ground flours, organic nuts, seeds and berries and all loaves are hand formed.with love.

Hayton Farms Berries

We’re a fifth generation family farm located on Fir Island in the Skagit Valley. We grow a variety of organic strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Come find us at the market!

Homemake Gardens

Homemake Gardens is a family operated flower business. Our flowers are grown in Carnation and Monroe, WA and sold at local farmers markets in Washington.

I's Farm

I's Family Farm that has been running for the past 8 years and is a local business that is located in Kent valley.

Lind's Meats

Whether you need a snack for home or have used our services in the past, come by to support the locals farmers markets and say hello.

Martin Family Orchards

Martin Family Orchards has been producing a wide variety of fruit since 1984. From apples, apricots and cherries, to nectarines, peaches, pluots, plums and pears, we pride ourselves in clean and responsible growing. Come visit us at any number of farmers markets throughout Western Washington, where we are selling fruit 365 days a year.

R/P Guerrero Farm

Certified Organic since 2008, the 55 acre farm is planted with a mix of orchard crops such as apples,cherries, pears, nectarines, and peaches, with about 3 acres set aside for vegetables, including tomatoes, peppers, and asparagus.

Spooner Farms

Here at Spooner Farms we’re working toward our Sixth Generation as a farming family in the Puyallup Valley. Our commitment to growing quality farm fresh produce is done with your family in mind. All of our of berries are farmed for optimal flavor and hand-picked for excellence – doing our part to promote healthy, yummy snacking.

Sidhu Farm

During these difficult times it is important to keep your immune system healthy. We are doing local, no contact deliveries of our antioxidant packed frozen berries, honey, jam and powder within a 75 mile radius of our farm in Puyallup, WA. These healthy, nutritious berries make great smoothies and shakes that will help keep your berry cravings under control.

Shua's Vegetables & Flowers

Fresh produce and flowers grown in South King County. We offer our produce and flowers from April until October. You can find us at the Renton Farmer's Market and other local markets.

Tafoni Bakehouse

We handcraft our breads using slow fermentation and deliciously nutritious local grains. Our breads start with three ingredients - flour water salt - plus additions that enhance and complement the tastes of the local flours. We develop the flavors during a three-day process of slow and natural fermentation, which not only builds flavor complexity but also increases the digestibility and nutrition of the bread. The loaves are shaped by hand and baked in a professional deck oven, giving them a crispy crust and creamy crumb.

Thong's Garden

Since we grow our own flowers, the prices may change from time to time depending on availability and season. Please contact us directly for a delivery quote and/or to schedule pickups. Wrapped Bouquets: $10- standard size, $20- large, We can customize a larger sized bouquet for you!

Twinkletoes Farms

Twinkletoes Farm is a small mixed vegetable operation in South King County. We are committed to growing high quality, fun vegetables that appeal to kids and discerning adults. We are committed to using ecological and sustainable practices in our farming in order to make the world a better place and produce the most nutritious and delicious vegetables you'll ever eat.
Yang Market specializes in cut and dried flowers offered in bunches or bouquets.