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Looking for a local, true farmer's market in the Santa Clara County area of California?  Scroll down this page and you will see the farm markets, farm stands, roadside stands, produce markets, even garden fruit and vegetable stands and seasonal community farmer's markets in the Santa Clara County area of California, sorted by county. Markets offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name. If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website.

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What's in season in October 2019, and other timely information:

October Apple, pears, pumpkins, Fresh fruit and vegetables, many locally grown abound! Always see the market's website or Facebook page for current hours; many change their days and hours without notice or for the changing seasons.

the Santa Clara County area of California Farmer's Market Listings in 2019, by county

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Santa Clara County

  • Giordano Farms- Wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables,
    5825 Snell Ave, San Jose, CA 95123. Phone: 408-761-9831. Email: giordanofarms@yahoo.com. Open: daily, 9:00am - 6:00pm; Open seasonally. Directions: See their website for directions. Payment: Cash, only. Family-owned farm selling their own (raised on-site) produce.  (ADDED: December 14, 2012, suggested by a visitor)
    Comments from a visitor on December 14, 2012: "Love-Love-Love Giordano Farms! It is so cool to have a family-farm this close to Suburbia - and I am truly addicted to their corn! Cherries, apricots,melons, plums, peaches and - hands-down - THE best, sweetest corn in the valley! They also bring in produce from other local producers. I don't believe they are certified organic - but all of their farm-grown produce is non-GMO. They make and sell their own jam and dried apricots, as well.  I think they typically start-up around April every year with fresh local produce.."