Cookeville Farmers Market
This Cookeville farmers market is located at Downtown Center Cookeville, TN 38503. Come visit and take a look. Call to find out about its selection of fruits, local specialties, crafts, vegetables and organic food. Hours are - Call for information. Use the Edit link if you visit this market to provide information about what is sold.
If you've shopped at Cookeville Farmers Market, tell us what you think of the market.
I go every day or two while its open. Fresh vegetables and good conversation with the people who grow them. I miss my garden and the Farmer's Mkt is the next best thing. I can eat summer squash, new potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, onions, beets, etc. every day, the same as I did when I grew them myself. Its a nice place :)
-- Carole Fite
although i agree i go here to buy local but also go there to get other items that are available such as watermelons on the 4th of july which cant be produced locally so without the availability of both worlds it wouldnt be worth going to
I AGREE WITH MS> TEASLEY!! I am not a customer of the Farmers Market. I am a vendor. I sell only what my husband and I grow. We ALWAYS sell the freshest vegetables, greens,(and every once in a while, we have fresh grapes from our very own vines!) We work in extreme conditions of rain,drought, and what ever else mother nature gives us. Sometimes I know we have to charge what seems like "too much". But remember, the next time you go to the market, look for your local farmers. The REAL farmers. We are by far NOT the only ones! There are LOTS of us working hard to get you all the best quality that your hard earned money can buy! (Heres a small hint: we don't have produce baskets) athats not all to look for but its a good start!
-- Jessica Bain
I visited this Farmers Market on two occasions and was distressed to find non-local food being sold. There were apples from Michigan and while I love MI apples, the whole purpose of local farmers markets is to give LOCAL farmers a venue to sell and the public a place to buy LOCAL!
-- Sylvia Teasley