Shop Online From The Farmers Market Food Hub - Curbside Pickup for Individuals and Wholesale Buyers

Place an order for pickup at the market! Most of our vendors are on the site, a few will take orders from their own site instead.

Richfield Farmers Market Online Shop - OPEN

Online Orders FAQ/Preguntas frecuentes de pedidos por internet

Where does the food come from?
All the food and goods available on our online shop are from our farmers market vendors. If you’ve been to our winter and summer markets, you’ve probably met them already!

Almost all products are grown, raised, or made in MN. Just like at our farmers market, there are some infrequent exceptions made for foods that don’t grow in our climate, such as olive oil, coffee, and chocolate. Click on a vendor’s name in the shop to read more about them on their farm profile.
Where do I go to place an order?
You can access our online shop several ways:

How do I place an order?

Watch this video for the basics of placing an order:

Why am I asked to register? What does that mean?

To place an order, we need the name of the customer, the delivery address and contact information in case we need to discuss your order with you. It doesn’t cost anything to register as a customer. As a registered customer, you will also receive an occasional emailed catalog with new seasonal farm products and any important updates. You will only need to register once, then you will use your login information to sign in to Local Line.

I didn't see the answer to my question. How can I get more information?
First, check out Local Line’s Guide for Buyers here:

Still need an answer? Choose one of these options:

  • Comment below with a question
  • Send a message to Richfield Farmers Market on Facebook
  • Call 612-861-9362

Thanks for reading! Reach out with additional questions.
-Richfield Farmers Market

Preguntas frecuentes de pedidos por internet

De donde viene la comida?
Toda la comida y artículos disponibles en nuestra tienda por internet viene de nuestros vendedores de productos agrícolas. ¡Si usted ha venido a nuestros mercados de invierno y verano, puede que ya los haya conocido!

Casi todos los productos son crecidos, cultivados, o hechos en Minnesota. Igual que en nuestros mercados agrícolas, con poco frecuencia se hacen algunas excepciones a comidas que no crecen en nuestro clima, como aceite de oliva, café, y chocolate. Haga clic en el nombre del vendedor en nuestra tienda para leer más sobre él en su perfil de agricultor.
A donde voy para hacer un pedido?
Usted puede acceder nuestra tienda por internet de diferentes maneras:

  • Haga clic al botón “shop now” en la página Richfield Farmers Market de Facebook
  • Visite nuestra página en el sitio de internet de la ciudad: , Haga clic en la pestaña “Farmers Market Aggregation Project” (Proyecto de agregación del mercado agrícola) a lado izquierdo, y haga clic al enlace “Richfield Farmers Market Online Shop”
  • Vaya directamente a la tienda por internet con este enlace:
Como hago un pedido?

Vea este video para lo basico de hacer un pedido:

No vi la respuesta a mi pregunta. Como puedo obtener mas informacion?
Primero, revise el guia para compradores de “Local Line” aqui:
¿Aún necesita una respuesta? Seleccione una de estas opciones:

  • Comente abajo con su pregunta
  • Mande un mensaje a Richfield Farmers Market por Facebook
  • LLame al 612-861-9362

¡Gracias por leer! Por favor contáctenos con preguntas adicionales.
-Richfield Farmers Market


Do you offer wholesale pricing for restaurants, stores and other institutions?

Yes, we can! Let's talk.
Richfield Farmers Market is currently licensed as a Retail Food Handler with the MDA. 

What's Available Wholesale, and When?
Looking Ahead - What's Fresh for 2023:
Our available products are mostly seasonal. Let us know what you can use, and at what time of year.  Local produce typically starts coming in in early June.  
From 2020 to 2022 we offered a broad range of products - all kinds of local fruits, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, breads and other baked goods, pastured meats, eggs, cheeses, beverages, ready to eat foods, aromatherapy & natural self-care products, single source chocolate, coffee beans, and more.