Slow Food in the Tetons is a non-profit organization working to strengthen our Teton area food system and increase access to good, clean and fair food.  

The Online Marketplace provides a platform to connect local producers and consumers. We strive to bring you fresh, healthy, locally grown and produced food on a weekly basis. Ordering from the Slow Food Online Marketplace helps support our community. 

As with our in-person markets, some of the products available via the Online Marketplace are homegrown and/or homemade products, which have been made in private, non-commercially-licensed facilities. Unless explicitly stated otherwise (such as with USDA-inspected meat) these products are not certified, labeled, licensed or inspected and are produced and sold in compliance with the Wyoming Food Freedom Act.


CUSTOMERS! Shop online for a weekly assortment of locally and regionally sourced fresh produce, frozen meats, packaged goods and prepared food.

Visit our Product List page to see what is available. We're growing and so is our product list. Check the website weekly for new items. If you're ready to shop, Register as a Customer.  

PRODUCERS! Are you a local farmer or producer looking for an opportunity to reach out to our community? Please email with the subject heading "Interested Producer" if you'd like to inquire about selling your product through the market.  


Shopping Period is open weekly from Monday at 12pm - Tuesday at 6pm

Pick-up Orders Thursday from 1pm - 5pm at the Greenhouse (next to Twigs Garden Center)   890 US-89, Jackson, WY 83001


Slow Food is proud to be part of a food-access working group that includes representatives from food-related organizations, businesses and agencies. Slow Food has taken on the role within this group to support local farmers and ranchers, and to create a system to get their healthy food directly to those in need. We offer "Veggie Vouchers" through St. John's Medical Center to bring fresh and healthy food to community members who suffer from food insecurity or illness at zero cost to the individual. If you love local food and are in a position to help others in our community that are in need, there is an option to add a donation to your online marketplace order.


The Teton Conservation District is a primary supporter of the Online Marketplace through grant funding.

The launch of the Online Marketplace is also made possible by a timely lead gift from the The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole through their Emergency Response Fund, out of recognition of the need to support local farmers and provide healthy food to the community during this crisis.