Market History
In 2003, the market opened with the Emmaus Main Street Program serving as administrator, treasurer and on-site manager. Two years later, the Emmaus Farmers' Market Board of Directors was formed and bylaws written and adopted. With much pride in the market's success, the EMSP turned the market over to the newly developed group and the Emmaus Farmers' Market has grown to what we know today.

The Market is now in its sixteenth season with 23 producers, offering a wide variety of seasonal local produce (fruits & vegetables) as well as meats including bison, pastured chicken, pork and beef, local raw milk and cheeses, raw honey, prepared foods, pastries, cupcakes, organic breads, olive oil, roasted coffee, kombucha, flowers and herbal tinctures, and even bedding plants.

Farmers' Market Nutrition Program checks are accepted by registered vendors.