Mobile Market

Make a donation today and help Mill City Grows expand access to healthy, locally grown food in our community.

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Welcome to our 2020 Mobile Market Season

View our entire Mobile Market schedule in ArabicEnglishKhmer, and Spanish.

Order a Mill City Grows Veggie Box ONLINE >

Join our weekly Farm Share Program ONLINE >

We are committed to providing locally grown produce to people in Lowell. If you’re interested in signing up for a weekly Veggie Box, we can work with you on payment options.

If you are a recurring HIP customer, experiencing financial hardship, or facing food insecurity, we encourage you to reach out to us through text or email at market@millcitygrows.org or call us at 978-455-2620.


Mill City Grows Mobile Market COVID-19
Customer Requirements for Outdoor Mobile Market Shopping

  1. Customers must wear a face covering at all times while shopping
  2. Customers must remain 6ft apart at all times
  3. Customers who are experiencing symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle pain, fatigue should not attend the market
  4. Customers who were ordered to quarantine by a medical professional should not attend the market
  5. Only one member of a household should shop at the market if possible
  6. No pets are allowed at the market
  7. Use the provided hand washing station before shopping at the market
  8. No reusable shopping bags at this time

Please view our Mobile Market calendar below and be sure to follow Mill City Grows on Facebook for Market updates and information. We accept cash, credit, debit, and SNAP/EBT. We participate in the state’s Healthy Incentives Program (HIP). 

 Interested in having the Mobile Market stop in your neighborhood or at your event?  Contact Alison Jacobs at Ali[at]millcitygrows[dot]org. 


Thank you to our generous Mobile Market Supporters:

 

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Thank you to our Special Market partners:

 

 


Mill City Grows (MCG) fosters food justice in Lowell by creating opportunities for residents to produce, distribute, access, and eat “good food” regardless of race, class, gender, ethnicity, citizenship, ability, religion, or community.   MCG defines “good food” as food that is healthy, local, organically grown, culturally appropriate, and produced with sustainable practices for people and the environment.