If you’re looking to source vegetables, fruits, and herbs straight from a local farm, farmers markets are the way to go. Farmers markets have evolved, and many carry other local products, such as dairy, eggs, meat, honey, bread, flowers, plants, pastries, and snacks. They’re a fantastic way to buy local, seasonal ingredients for your meals while supporting nearby farmers. Read on for six farmers markets near Coppell, TX our Crème de la Crème staff thinks you should try.

Coppell Farmers Market

Vegetables on a Kitchen Counter

farmer’s market haul, july 18 by Stacy Spensley is licensed with CC BY 2.0

Make your first stop closest to home at Coppell Farmers Market, located at 768 W. Main St. The market is open from 8 a.m. to noon most Saturdays throughout the year. You can score honey from Summer Sweetness Texas Honey, beekeepers who keep 70 local hives in five apiaries in North Texas, and fresh, delicious cheese made by hand from Mozzarella Company. Weathertop Farm, run by Chris Buckalew, has a bounty of local goods for you to enjoy, and he grows everything organically. He has seasonal vegetables, eggs from his free-range chickens, and beef and pork raised on his farm.

Farmers Market of Grapevine

For a farmers market available all week long, head to Farmers Market of Grapevine at 520 S. Main St., #203, in nearby Grapevine. This family-run market is passionate about bringing fresh, healthy food to your table. In addition to the fruits and vegetables you’d expect to find, this market has many additional products available. You’ll find a vast array of local jarred items, including preserves, jams, relishes, pickled veggies, salsas, sauces, and much more. The market also sells baked goods from Stir Crazy, which offers regular and vegan-friendly items, and Muscovado Bakery, which offers versatile items like sweetbreads and dips.

Dig into freshly made homemade chips, queso, guacamole, salsa, and hummus, and make sure to try the traditional and gourmet tamales. You can also get local farm fresh eggs and locally made soy or beeswax candles. Satisfy your sweet tooth with handmade artisan confections, gourmet chocolates, and old-fashioned candy. There’s also locally grown grass-fed beef and free-range chickens in the store. The Farmers Market of Grapevine is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Grand Prairie Farmers Market

Stop by the Grand Prairie Farmers Market at 120 W. Main St. in Grand Prairie for a wide selection of offerings. This open-air market is your spot to nab locally grown fruits and veggies, plants, honey, eggs, baked goods, tamales, chips, salsas, dips, relishes, and more. You can also buy locally made soaps, candles, jewelry, and other artisan goods. The market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., from early April through mid-December.

North Richland Hills Farmers Market

Make your way to NRH Farmers Market at 7700 Davis Blvd. in North Richland Hills for quality produce, plants, and more. This long-standing farmers market has been in business for over 15 years, making for a reliable source of growers with over 40 years of experience in produce. They pride themselves on superior customer service and attention to detail while sourcing the finest produce locally and regionally from throughout Texas, all to ensure that you can get fresh, in-season fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

Some seasonal specialties you can pick up at the market are East Texas tomatoes, Parker County peaches, and Pecos cantaloupes. Other produce available includes locally grown and organic carrots, broccoli, celery, cucumbers, and cauliflower. They even carry two healthy dog food brands, Victor and Taste of the Wild, along with canned goods, plants, candy, nuts, pottery, and Boar’s Head cold cuts. North Richland Hills Farmers Market is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Frisco Rotary Farmers Market

Frisco Rotary Farmers Market holds a seasonal spring and summer market at 6048 Frisco Square Blvd. in Frisco. This year’s season begins on April 1, 2023. Everything sold at this market comes from locations under eight hours away, so you can be sure that you’re getting the freshest produce and goods possible. Items are grown, prepared, or cooked by market vendors. The items must come from a local farm if a vendor sells another producer’s products. They take their commitment to sourcing hyper-local goods very seriously so that you can feel good about supporting local farmers, bakers, confectioners, and artisans.

This upcoming market season, you can get produce, eggs, and meat from K Bar K Meats and La Esperanza Farm. For baked goods, coffee, sweets, pickles, oils, canned goods, and more, you can count on the fine folks at Barking Owl Coffee Roasters, Tastefully Olive, S & J Canning, Chef Skylar’s Da Fiamme, and The Best Fudge Ever. The market will also have crafts for sale. Frisco Rotary Farmers Market also encourages you to chat with the vendors to get to know the people who grow and make your food.

Keller Farmers Market

Stop by Keller Farmers Market at 400 Bear Creek Parkway in Keller to enjoy a seasonal spring, summer, and fall market. The Keller Farmers Market is a nonprofit organization guided by a mission to impact the well-being and health of the local community. They pursue this goal by providing fresh, locally grown food through the market, offering ongoing wellness education, and creating programs that foster social gatherings that give support and income to artisans, food producers, and local farmers.

The market offers fresh fruits and vegetables, plants, and foods, including freshly made salsa, bread, olives, macaroons, pastries, tamales, pickles, honey, coffee, jerky, seasonings, hot dogs, Cajun food, and wine. The market also features pottery, crocheted items, art, crafts, skin care, and bath goods, and it’s open from March to October on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon.

Our Crème de la Crème of Coppell staff have provided this list to help you find farmers markets that make you feel confident about the quality of food you feed your family. So the next time you go shopping, consider skipping the grocery store and heading to a farmers market for local produce, baked goods, prepared foods, candles, crafts, health and beauty items, and so much more.