Western PA's Local Food Guide
Broadway Ave. & Hampshire St., Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15216
Bayne Park, 34 N Balph Ave, Bellevue, PA 15202, United States, Pennsylvania 15202
5050 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, United States, Pennsylvania 15224
1529 Brownsville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15210, United States, Pennsylvania 15210
412 St Clair Ave, Clairton, PA 15025, United States, Pennsylvania 15025
Mellon Square Park: Smithfield St. & Sixth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15222
Market Square: Forbes Ave. and Market Pl., Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15222
Station St. and N. Euclid Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15206
905 Greentree Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15220, United States, Pennsylvania 15220
7140 Bennett St, Pittsburgh, PA 15208, United States, Pennsylvania 15208
Arsenal Park: 40th St. & Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15201
1000 Beaver Grade Rd, Moon, PA 15108, United States, Pennsylvania 15108
E. Ohio St and Cedar Ave., Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania 15212
8889 Schenley Drive Extension, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, United States, Pennsylvania 15260
905 East McMurray Road, Venetia, PA 15367, United States, Pennsylvania 15367
1021 N Canal St, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, Sharpsburg, PA, Pennsylvania 15215
2928 Sheraden Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15204, United States, Pennsylvania 15204
18th St. and E. Carson St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15210
Behind Murray Ave. business district Between Beacon St. & Bartlett St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
7301 Schoyer Ave, Swissvale, PA 15218, United States, Pennsylvania 15218
455 West 8th Avenue, West Homestead, PA 15120, United States, Pennsylvania 15120
225 Penn Ave, Wilkinsburg, PA 15221, United States, Pennsylvania 15221
Just Harvest is working to end hunger in Allegheny County, in part by expanding access to fresh, healthy food. The Fresh Access program also helps support our region’s small farms and the Pittsburgh area communities that host farmers markets.
Launched in 2013, the Fresh Access program enables shoppers to use their food stamps – as well as credit and debit cards – to buy fresh, nutritious, and locally-grown food. Fresh Access Food Bucks give food stamp shoppers an extra $2.00 to spend on fruits and veggies for every $5.00 they spend in food stamps at 22 participating farmers markets from May to November (dates vary by location).
Shoppers can swipe their ACCESS electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards or their credit/debit cards and receive tokens they can use just like cash to purchase a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, meat, and dairy products. Tokens are accepted by dozens of vendors and the list is always growing.
We publish our updated annual Local Food Guide and take all types of content submissions like pictures, articles, reviews, and more. Use the form below to submit content for next year's guide! We are not accepting any more content for our 2020 guide.
This directory of farms, farmers' markets, CSAs, etc. will also contain local food tips, hacks & know-how from farms, food businesses, and food resource organizations.
We help consumers connect to tools and resources to know how and where to access local, real, healthy food year-round.