Top Ten Season Essentials to Staying Healthy

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Stock up on our Top Ten Season Essentials to Staying Healthy

Fresh Citrus (get those vitamins)
Lotus Gypsy Organic Tea (replenish and relax)
Beetanicals Bee Pollen (build your immune system)
Rad Juices (refuel with these power packed juices)
Garden Goddess Ferments Kvass (feel good on the inside)
H2e Aromatherapy Essential Oil Blends (to relax)
SW Herb Plant Healing Remedies (to stay balanced)
AZ Honey and Propolis Lozenges (fight off scratchy throats)
Studio 11 Sea Salt Scrub (wash away impurities)
Ahima Essentials Moisturizing Creams (keep skin soft)


Recipe: Market Latkes


Shop the freshest ingredients to make flavorful Market Latkes this year!

Crooked Sky Potatoes, Onion
Steadfast Farm Eggs
Blue Sky Herbs
Salts of the Earth Flavored Salts
YoBro Microgreens (to garnish)
Cotton Country Jams Apple Preserve

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Local Guide for Gift Giving

Making your list and checking it twice?  Shop local gifts for everyone in your life.  Find the perfect presents and feel good about supporting your local community!  Join us every Saturday, 8am-1pm, and mark your calendar for Phoestivus, December 13th and 20th.

Bank Locally with Arizona Federal


Community Food Connections is pleased to welcome Arizona Federal Credit Union as a new sponsor of the Phoenix Public Market.

Arizona Federal has extended a special new account offer to the Phoenix Public Market Community. If you open a checking account at Arizona Federal between now and December 31st and use your debit card 10 times in the first 45 days, they’ll deposit $100 in your account! You can open the account online at or at any of their branches. Make sure you use the promo code “PHXMARKET” for the special offer.

Arizona Federal is a locally owned and operated credit union serving Valley residents since 1936. Unlike banks, Arizona Federal is owned by its members and serves them through a not-for-profit, cooperative business model.

When the credit union does well, they share their income with their member-owners. In fact, they’ve paid over $30 million back to members since 2012 through their revenue-sharing program.


Eco-Friendly Changes to Make Today

How to Live a More Sustainable Life: Eco-Friendly Changes to Make Today


Guest Post by Neil Stawski of climatewise | Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash

In October 2018, a United Nations scientific panel released a climate change report with a somber prediction: We have only 12 years to slash global carbon emissions 45 percent in order to keep global warming at a maximum of 1.5 degrees C.  Actions need to be taken by large corporations — especially in the energy and mining sectors. However, we too can do our part starting at home. Making small and sustainable improvements can help reach that goal and encourage better practices outside of our homes. Here are some changes you can make to help reach that goal.

Start at Home

For most, the bulk of our carbon footprint is comprised of the energy we use to power our homes. By making some small and sustainable home improvements, you can reduce emissions while enjoying the added benefit of lower power bills. One of the easiest things you can do is Read the full story »

Let’s Give Thanks + Let’s Shop Local

Spread the word this holiday season… Friends Don’t Let Friends Shop Chain Stores
Let’s Give Thanks + Shop Local this Thanksgiving!
We have the perfect farmers Market Menu ready for you to shop this Saturday.
Check out some of our Market recipes…

Recipe: Cuban Black Bean Chili

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Read More for The Fig and The Knife Recipe

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Meet Your Farmers

Local farmers Maya Dailey (Maya’s Farm) and Erich Schultz (Steadfast Farm) take a minute to reflect on their experience as local growers in the Valley, what makes them unique and why they love Phoenix Public Market.

Pheast with your farmers on November 11th at PHX Pheast


Thank you to Elizabeth Bromley for this kind video.

Get Your Tix PHX Pheast |November 11th, 5-9pm


What’s In Season: Fall

Fall_Festival(1)What’s In Season | Fall

Arugula, Basil, Bok Choy, Broccoli, Carrots, Corn, Dates, Figs, Green beans, Green onion/scallions, Herbs, Limes, Lettuce, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Squash (winter), Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes, Turnips