Local Products

Local food is better for you. The shorter the time between the farm and your table, the less likely it is that nutrients will be lost from your food. Local farmers are not anonymous and they take their responsibility to provide quality foods for the consumer seriously. By supporting local farmers today, you are helping to ensure that there will be farms in your community tomorrow. 



Eating local produce tastes better and is better for you!  An abundance of local fruits and vegetables are always available at the McCall Farmers Market.  Whether you're looking for greens, lettuce, root vegetables, tomatoes, peppers or melons; you'll always find an amazing grower ready to fill your basket with the freshest, tastiest, in-season produce.  Buying produce at the farmers market is much better than a trip to the grocery store; you get to meet the farmers that planted, cared for and harvested those amazing fruits and vegetables.  Buying local is not only good for the local economy, but is unsurpassed in flavor and quality.  So come meet a farmer at the McCall Farmers Market!  


Come out to the McCall Farmer's market and get to know your farmers and ranchers! Knowing where your food comes from and how the animals are raised is important. Here you can find meats, dairy and eggs from a variety of locally raised animals including beef, himalayan yak, venison, pork, lamb, and goat. Be curious and enjoy delicious and unusual products you might not find at your grocery store, while knowing you are shopping local.




According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 80 percent of all flowers sold in the U.S. are imported, primarily from South American industrial flower farms that have a history of using harsh chemical fertilizers, toxic pesticides and unfair labor practices. Conversely, your local Flower farmer offers an organic, fresh and healthy floral bouquet with a long vase life. Next time you go to buy flowers, find the the local source right here in Mccall at the market. We have everything from Anemones to Zinnias ANd plenty of Sunflowers!


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We also Feature local Food and Coffee Vendors!


To see a full list of our Farmers click here.