Welcome to Fresh2You! Look for our one-of-a-kind truck from June through November in a neighborhood near you. Fresh2You makes select stops throughout Chester County bringing fresh, delicious, seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Fresh2You accepts all forms of payment, including cash, credit/debit, SNAP/EBT and WIC or Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks. For customers shopping with SNAP/EBT or FMNP, Fresh2You can stretch your food budget by offering matching dollars in the form of Veggie Bucks. These can be used on any future purchases of fruits and vegetables during the Fresh2You season!
On the Road with Fresh2You
Due to Covid-19, Fresh2You Mobile Market will look different this year. Staff and volunteers will be implementing new safety measures and ask that all guests of Fresh2You wear masks and maintain 6 feet of social distance. We, unfortunately, will not be able to host tastings or cooking demos at market due to coronavirus safety protocols.
*The Fresh2You Mobile Market winter schedule is subject to change. We are hoping to start winter market January 27th but are also taking the recommended COVID-19 precautionary measures for the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, partners and the community. CCFB is a partner with the Chester County Health Department and will continue to follow their recommendations as the authority on this situation. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for market updates and weather announcements. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
2021 Winter Market Schedule
January 27* – April 2, 2021
* subject to change. We are taking the recommended COVID-19 precautionary measures for the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, partners and the community.
Veggie Bucks from the 2020 season will be accepted at the winter market.
10:30a – 12:00p | Phoenixville Senior Center
153 Church St., Phoenixville
2:00 – 3:30p | West Chester University
South Campus, Farrell Stadium
10:30a – 12:00p | Kennett Area YMCA
101 Race St. Kennett Square
2:00p – 3:30p | Coatesville @ 3rd Ave. & Lincoln Hwy
302 Lincoln Highway, Coatesville
- FRIDAYS| 10:30a – 12:00p | Oxford Library
48 S. 2nd St., Oxford
From Farm to Market
Fresh2You sources most of the produce we sell from our very own Agriculture Department, with on-staff farmers growing at several locations throughout Chester County. We also support our network of local farms and producers by purchasing additional fruits and vegetables and other goods, bringing you the best in seasonal produce and locally made products.
If you are a local grower or producer interested in partnering with Fresh2You, please email a product list to Roberta Cosentino, Fresh2You Market Manager.
Fresh2You offers a Fruit and Vegetable Prescriptions (FVRx) in partnership with The Clinic in Phoenixville, Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center, La Comunidad Hispana in Kennett Square, Community Health & Dental Care, WIC Program in Oxford, and Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) in West Chester. Through their health care provider at these locations, patients can redeem prescriptions for fruits and vegetables weekly, at any Fresh2You Mobile Market Location.
With support from Fresh2You Mobile Market, established Farmers Markets throughout the County are becoming SNAP retailers. Growing Roots Partner’s Downingtown Farmers Market was the first in Chester County to accept SNAP in 2017! Growing Roots Partners now accepts SNAP at all of their markets with locations in Eagleview, Malvern, Devon and West Reading. If you are a market manager and are interested in becoming a SNAP retailer, contact Roberta Cosentino, Fresh2You Market Manager, for more information.
Volunteer at Fresh2You
Are you looking for a fun, interactive way to help your community? Fresh2You volunteers are essential to market operations. Volunteers help streamline sales at market by helping customers navigate the market, answering customers’ questions about produce, assisting with pre-packed produce boxes, and ensuring all safety precautions and procedures are being followed. View our volunteer calendar and registration here.
Internships are available through the Department of Food Security Initiatives. Please contact Wendy Gaynor, Director of Food Security Initiatives, for current opportunities.