The Downtown San Jose Farmers’ Market presented by Kaiser Permanente will be held every Friday from June 12 to December 18 from 10 am to 2 pm on San Pedro Street, between Santa Clara and St. John streets. The Market will be open exclusively for seniors and those with health vulnerabilities from 10 am to 11 am.

Park at the Market & San Pedro Square Garage and receive 90 minutes of free parking.

This week at the market:

Diaz Farms

Stone fruit like peaches and nectarines are here, with apricots and plums on the way.

Borello Farms

Sweet cherries in several varieties. Try them all.

Avila Farms

Organic veggies at their best. Color your meals with carrots, green beans, bell peppers, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, and potatoes.

Hamlow Farm

Luscious summer peaches, nectarines, and pluots.

Vasquez Farms

Yummy fresh strawberries for cool summer salads and desserts.

Medina Berry Farms

Loads of delicious strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries.

Ken's Top Notch

Juicy sweet stone fruit like peaches, nectarines, and pluots.

Pirate Creek Bees

Local pure honey and honey products.

Beckmann's Old World Bakery

Loaf breads, pastries, pies, cookies, and other tasty treats.

Hummus Heaven

A wide variety of flavored hummus, from garlic to lemon. They also have pita chips and pita bread.

India Gourmet

Naan wraps, rice bowls, and more Indian treats for lunch or dinner.

Clara's Eggs

Cage-free chicken eggs.

Tony's Kettle Corn

Sweet salty kettle corn, made fresh.

Alonso Foods

Pick up some great Mexican food for a quick lunch or dinner.


Organic cold-pressed juices made with organic fruits and vegetables, in several flavors.

Sweet Deagon Baking

Handmade brittles, sweet and nutty. Try several of their many varieties with new ones being invented by Hway-ling Hsu.

Important changes to the Downtown Farmers’ Market

Farmers’ Markets are considered essential during the COVID-19 crisis. The San Jose Downtown Association and Pacific Coast Farmers Market Association (PCFMA) are taking extra precautions to keep our market safe.

Please help us as we work diligently to maintain social distancing at the market.

Changes at the market

  • Booths spaced 10′ apart whenever possible
  • Handwashing stations or hand sanitizer available
  • Customer access to stalls restricted
  • Booths have designated area for customers to wait
  • Farmers bag all items
  • Farmers and market staff wear masks and gloves if handling money
  • If the farmers allow, you may pick out and handle your own produce. Farmers will either ask you to clean hands or provide you with a disposable glove, tissue paper, or other single-use items. Customers, please toss these items in the garbage before going to the next produce stand. Customers can also request that the farmer pick out the produce for them.

How you can help

  • If you are sick, stay home
  • Wash your hands before you get to the market
  • Wear a mask at all times
  • Always practice social distancing – especially in line
  • Minimize the size of your group
  • Service pets only
  • Know what you want before it’s your turn
  • Buy pre-bagged items when possible
  • Shop quickly to limit crowding and socializing
  • Pay with a card, small bills or exact change
  • Don’t eat or drink at the market
  • Thank your farmer

More details here

Remember to

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and often for at least 20 seconds
  • Sneeze or cough into a tissue or into the crease of your elbow
  • Wash all produce thoroughly before using it
  • Wash your reusable bags between visits


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