Miles Farmers Market COVID-19 FAQs and Info
Everything you need to know to about shopping at Miles Farmers Market during the COVID-19 pandemic
Miles Farmers Market COVID-19 Information Page
We want to make sure we answer your questions and describe how we’re serving our customers, employees, suppliers and our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Miles Farmers Market open?
Yes, we are open 7 days a week and we are committed to continuing to serve our customers.
Does Miles Farmers Market have new store hours?
Effective March 24, 2020, our hours were changed to 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., everyday Sunday through Saturday.
Does Miles Farmers Market have enough product?
Yes, we are fully stocked but may experience sporadic product shortages.
Health and Safety
What is Miles Farmers Market doing to ensure the health and safety of its customers and employees?
- All self-serve stations will be closed until further notice, including the complimentary coffee station, as well as the olive and hot soup bar.
- We have installed plexiglass shields at our registers.
What is Miles Farmers Market doing to increase sanitation efforts?
In addition to our already strict sanitation and food safety standards, we’ve hired additional employees dedicated to cleaning the store throughout the day.
Grocery Delivery and Curbside Pickup
Are delivery and curbside pickup available at Miles Farmers Market?
We do not offer delivery for groceries.
We are temporarily offering curbside pickup, Monday through Friday. Orders are pulled in order as received. The wait is anywhere from 6 hours to the following day. There is a $20 charge for this service with no minimums. This service is not on our website; you must email your shopping list. You can email your shopping list to our head cashier at, curbside@MilesFarmersMarket.com. Please put ‘Shopping List’ in the subject line and in the body of the email include your name, phone number and of course your detailed shopping list.
Where can I find more information about the virus/how to protect myself?
For more information, we recommend visiting the CDC’s, and Ohio Department of Health’s COVID-19 information pages.