Regular Downtown Stop Schedule
When: Wednesdays, 4pm – 5:30pm
Location: Macdonald Avenue & 15th Street
Fresh Produce from Local California Farms
Great, Low Prices
CalFresh/EBT Welcome * Market Match Honored
A note about the Richmond Main Street Farmers' Market
Unfortunately, Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association, has decided to discontinue the seasonal Wednesday market at Nevin Plaza. We thank everyone for shopping there and supporting the producers and artisan vendors. We really appreciate it and we are sad to see the market discontinued. For this Spring/Summer, we are partnering with Freshest Cargo Mobile Farmers’ Market to add a stop in Downtown. For the timebeing, the Freshest Cargo truck will be operating in Downtown in place of the farmers’ market. We hope you are able to visit the truck. They have a lot of great produce at fantastic prices. With your continued patronage we hope to rebuild the market.
What is Freshest Cargo? It's a “farmers’ market on wheels”! Sourcing produce directly from local farmers to sell at sites across the Bay Area. Increasing access to fresh, quality produce in areas where it is not otherwise easily accessible. More details & schedule available here.
Payment Options & Food Access Programs
Cash, debit & credit cards, CalFresh/EBT, WIC accepted
Monthly food benefit/nutritional assistance program for low-income households (previously known as food stamps). Learn more and how to apply here.
A dollar-for-dollar match when shoppers pay using CalFresh/EBT. Get extra cash to buy fruits & veggies! Up to $10 FREE. Learn more and how to participate here.
Freshest Cargo Downtown Richmond Stop is courtesy of a partnership between Richmond Main Street and Fresh Approach. Questions? Comments? Contact us:
Richmond Main Street
Effective September 25, 2017
From Fresh Approach:
We’re sad to report that CiCi, our beloved East Bay truck, suffered a nasty injury last week. After a collision with a garage door (don’t worry – everyone’s ok!), the pop-up window can no longer open and close, making the truck a hazard to operate.
Our Freshest Cargo trucks are custom-built, which means that ordering the parts required for a repair can take longer than expected. For this reason, the some East Bay routes, including the one in Richmond, will be cancelled until further notice while we wait for repairs.More information and to sign-up for updates, visit www.FreshApproach.org.