The Farmers’ Market at the Connecticut Regional Market has officially opened under the operation of the Capital Regional Development Authority (CRDA) for the season. Farmer vendors will be present on Saturdays from 3-6 am for wholesale orders and 6-9 am for retail and on Sunday for wholesale orders from 5-6 am and 6-9 am for retail. Shoppers should follow all social distancing guidelines and executive orders as issued by Governor Lamont, including wearing cloth face coverings. For additional details, please contact CRDA directly at 860-527-0100.”
About the Regional Market
The Regional Market is a statutorily authorized facility located at 101 Reserve Road in Hartford. Its purpose is to provide a central location for farmers and wholesalers to sell and distribute food and other agricultural products. It covers 32 acres, contains 230,386 square feet of warehouse space, an active railroad spur, and 144 stalls in its farmers' market.
Known as the largest perishable food distribution facility between New York and Boston, the Regional Market operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Providing convenient access to Interstates 84 and 91, as well as Routes 5 and 15, this centrally located food hub serves the Northeast.