• Wide Assortment with people
  • Peas and Peppers
  • Tamales
  • Mixed Vegetables
  • Eggplant
  • Beans
  • Fresh Flowers
  • Tomatoes and Eggplant
  • Beans and Blueberries
  • Okra and Potatoes
  • Cukes and Squash
  • BBQ Sauces
  • Onions and Scale
  • Snellville Honey
Thank you Snellville Farmers’ Market customers and vendors for your votes.
In 2013 we were voted the #1 market in Georgia and in the nation on the Top 100 Most Celebrated Farmers Markets list by American Farmland Trust's I Love My Farmers Market Celebration.
The market is closed for the season, but will reopen on June 7th, 2014.
Market Recipes

Market Recipes

Here are some great recipes that use ingredients that can be purchased at the market.
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Hours and Directions

Hours and Directions

Want to know where we are and when we’re open?
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Our Vendors

Our Vendors

We feature vendors who bring in-season, local produce, baked goods and other locally-made food products.
Meet Them

The market is THE place to be on a Saturday morning in Snellville

The Snellville Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, June through September, in front of Snellville City Hall, 2342 Oak Road.

The market features products that come from farms and gardens that, for the most part, are located within a 100-mile radius of Snellville. However, because the area around Snellville is so developed, in some cases we have had to reach out beyond 100 miles to bring certain products to the market.

When you purchase local produce, rather than produce that has been shipped across the country, it comes from farmers who

have nurtured their crops and usually picked their produce the day before the market, or even early that morning. For the consumer, this means the produce they purchase is freshly picked and flavorful.

A farmers’ market is also a fun place to shop. What a wonderful Saturday morning activity it is for a family to rise early and head to the market. Surprises always await…like the first tomatoes of the season, juicy Georgia peaches still warm from the sun, a variety of squash you’ve never tried, or the pumpkins that mark the fall season.