El Pueblo Farmers’ Market

El Pueblo Farmers’ Market is a farmer’s market located in Tucson, Arizona on 100 West Irvington Road. This market can be found at a healthcare institution and resides in the county of Pima. The location participates in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Address and Directions

Farmer’s Market Name: El Pueblo Farmers’ Market
Address*: 100 West Irvington Road
Tucson, Arizona 85714
County: Pima
State: Arizona
Zip Code: 85714
Website: http://www.communityfoodbank.org
GPS Coordinates: X:-110.9691
Y:32.16326
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Special Notes: Healthcare Institution
Farmer’s Market ID 1006755

*Note: Address may not indicate the exact location. The GPS coordinates may be more accurate.

Farmer's Market Location for El Pueblo Farmers' Market

Market Hours of Operation

Season Market Hours
January to December Monday:3:00 PM – 5:00 PM;

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Payment Options

Accepts Credit Cards Yes
Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program (WIC-FMNP) Yes
WIC Cash Value Vouchers Yes, Women, Infants, and Children CVV’s are accepted
Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) Yes
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Yes

 

Available Produce Sold at the Market

Information below may not be accurate especially if the market did not provide a list of produce offered.

Produce Available?
Baked Goods No
Cheese and Dairy No
Crafts No
Fresh Cut Flowers No
Eggs Yes
Fish and Seafood No
Herbs Yes
Fresh Vegetables Yes
Honey Yes
Jams, Preserves, Dried Fruit No
Maple Syrup No
Meat No
Nursery No
Nuts No
Plants No
Produce Available?
Poultry No
Ready to Eat Foods No
Soap No
Trees and Shrubs No
Wine No
Coffee and Tea No
Dry Beans No
Fresh Fruits No
Grains and Flour No
Juices and Ciders No
Mushrooms No
Pet Food No
Tofu and Soy No
Wild Harvested Forest Products No
   

 

Market Information Last Updated:

Monday, May 14, 2012

 

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