Saturdays at SoDa Row in Daybreak are headlined by locally grown produce, delectable homemade bites and unique items made by local artisans and crafters. Every week, the Daybreak Farmers Market, also known as the South Jordan Farmers Market, features 50+ vendors. Several of the vendors happen to be Daybreak residents, sharing their talents with the neighborhood.
The Daybreak Farmers Market is open to the public every Saturday, 9 am-2 pm, weather permitting. Parking and admission are free. Get directions to Daybreak and the farmers market located in South Jordan, here.
Daybreak Farmers Market Details
Every Saturday June 3 – October 14, 2023
9:00 am- 2:00 pm
Open to the public
Daybreak Farmers Market Vendors
According to the Daybreak Farmers Market website, “vendors are local and regional small producers – organic, conventional & backyard farmers & growers, ranchers who grow beef, pork and lamb using sustainable ranching methods, and a wide selection of artisans who craft food, jewelry, pottery, leathergoods and other crafted items.”
Archer & Ella
Cotton Candy Clouds
Crafted with Love
Dawn Riddle Artistic Habit
Homemade in the Cottage
Life’s a Freeze
Liv Pure Acai
Queen Bee Honey
Rooster’s Gourmet Popcorn
Sego Lily Farm
The Doggie Bag
The Hive Gallery
The Nut Garden
Uncle Bob’s Butter Country
Utah Infinity Gardens
Weed Family Honey
West African Cuisine
Young Entrepreneur Saturdays are held the third Saturday of every month.
Questions or Vendor Applications
The Daybreak Farmers Market is a partnership between LiveDAYBREAK, our community council, and Daybreak resident Stephanie Devine. For questions or vendor applications visit: https://daybreakfarmersmarket.com/
Daybreak Famers Market Beginnings
In 2017, Stephanie moved to Daybreak from Huntington Beach, California. As she settled into her new community, it struck her that Daybreak would benefit greatly from a farmer’s market. As a strong supporter of local businesses and growers, Stephanie was determined to make it happen. And we are excited to welcome the Daybreak Farmers Market back.
“I’ve always tried to eat as close to where my food was grown as possible. In fact, my family either grew or harvested most of our own food when I was a child. Because of that, I value the incredibly dedicated and often difficult work that small producers put into their products,” said Stephanie. “I’ve been shopping farmer’s markets since the 1980’s and thought that a farmers market would be the next logical step for a community like Daybreak.”
Stephanie has been able to secure a wide variety of vendors selling produce, grass-fed beef, artisan baked goods, wild caught seafood, handmade jewelry, crafts, and hand-sewn clothing.
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