Shop at our Markets

Eat our food, meet our farmers, and learn how to grow your own food either in-person at one of our markets or online.

Pop-up markets

Our goal is to bring fresh, local vegetables to every community in New England, especially those that are overlooked by other farmer’s markets. Come for the veggies, stay for the cultural experience. 

See our schedule below to find out where we’ll be next!

2023 Pop-up Market Schedule

Online Ordering

Can’t make it to the market? Order our farm fresh products online and get them shipped right to your door!

We offer affordable delivery prices for our community members.

Frequently Asked Questions

In short, no. We change it up every week. Check our schedule to see where Bami will be. Sign up for updates, and we’ll send our most recent schedule right to your inbox every week.

Bami Farm is run by African immigrants and refugees who are making home in New England. We grow foods native to both New England and our different African cultures. You’ll find your typical American onions, potatoes, broccoli, garlic, tomatoes, etc, but we also offer a variety of African peppers, bananas, greens, and root vegetables. Bami also makes delicious jams, relishes, and pickles out of our produce – you won’t find products like our’s anywhere else!

When you shop at the grocery store, do you know where your food is coming from? Can you go to the farm and meet the person who grew and picked your food? Does that person live in your community and care about where you live? Probably not. When you buy produce from Bami Farm, you are not only closer to the source of your food, you are supporting your neighbors and making your community a healthier place. And our farmers grow foods specific to different African and Latino cultures that are hard to find at most grocery stores.

Yes. Our partnership with Farm Fresh let’s us accept all SNAP benefits, although this can vary from market to market. Please contact us to confirm.