Homegrown Since 1939
The Scranton Co-Op Farmer’s Market has promoted farm fresh foods long before buzzwords like “organic” and “all-natural” became trendy. Today, it still invites local farmers to sell their produce, all grown right here in NEPA.
Meat, eggs, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, baked goods, apple cider, breads, and wine are available for sale, as well as flowers, herbs, and plants to grow at home. A food concession stand offered soups, sandwiches, and other lunch items.
The market also hosts events, such as cooking and canning demonstrations and an annual Halloween parade.
The market is open July through Thanksgiving.
Videography by: Ashton Gyenizs, Intern