Thank you for supporting local farmers!
The Fill Your Pantry 2021 online ordering is closed.
Stock up on dry beans, winter squash, grains, onions, garlic, flours, nuts, honey, root veggies, pasture-raised meats, fish, and more. By purchasing directly from Oregon's small and mid-sized socially responsible producers, you are expanding and improving our local food system. Thank you for being part of the solution!
Fill Your Pantry PICK-UP will take place at these winter farmers markets
between December 4th and 12th.
Hollywood Farmers Market - Saturday, December 4th | 9am to 1pm
Oregon City Farmers Market - Saturday, December 4th | 10am to 2pm
Hillsdale Farmers Market - Sunday, December 5th | 9am to 1pm
Montavilla Farmers Market - Sunday, December 12th | 10am to 2pm
IMPORTANT INFO and TIPS
1 - To begin shopping online FIRST login (at the top of the page go to SIGN UP! or the little person icon in the green bar). After logging in select the “Sub-Period” for the farmers market where you would like to pick-up your order. Online ordering is by farmers market date / pick-up location. You may order from (and pick up from) multiple farmers markets, but you will need to pay for each order by Sub-Period (i.e. farmers market date / pick-up location).
2 - You need a credit card to pay for orders online.
Please note your card will not be charged until after the pre-ordering period has closed, on November 28th, 2021.
3 - There is a 3% service fee on all transactions. This 3% fee paid by you, our local food system supporters, puts more money in the farmers' hands! Thank you!
4- Payments for EBT/SNAP orders will be processed on-site at the farmers market info booth at each pick up location.
5 - Pre-ordering secures your BULK orders. Participating farmers will also offer day-of sales, their day-of products may be different from their bulk pre-order selection.
6 - Please BYOW / Bring-Your-Own-Wagon, if you have one, to help carry your bulk purchases to your vehicle!
Fill Your Pantry Week 2021 is brought to you by a coalition of local food system non-profit organizations:
Friends of Family Farmers, Slow Food Portland, Come Thru Market, Oregon Farmers Market Association, OSU Small Farms, Culinary Breeding Network, Cook First and numerous Portland-area farmers markets.
Thank you to New Seasons Market for supporting equitable access for farmers and ranchers and supporting the BIPOC farming community.