Founded in 1980, Baltimore’s 32nd Street Market is a non-profit organization offering baked goods, produce, fruit, prepared foods, and flowers to patrons from all economic, social, and ethnic backgrounds.
The Market mission is to provide a vehicle for independent vendors to survive large agribusiness competition, while available a variety of produce, meat, bread, and plant selections to an underserved city community. Our vendors provide an opportunity for farmers to sell their products directly to the public, and for the public to benefit from access to fresh food that they would not otherwise have available to them in the immediate area. All funds collected from Market vendor spaces fees and membership donations are put toward market expenses. Any profits after expenses are paid are donated back to the community in the form of annual grants to local nonprofits.
For more information on 32nd Street / Waverly and its programs, please visit their informative website: http://www.32ndstreetmarket.org/.