mFOODIE is an app focused on improving the farmers market experience. Market-goers will enjoy discovering farmers markets in the National Farmers Market Directory from all over the United States and its Territories.
The app unifies the farmers market community by encouraging communication among market managers, vendors, and market-goers. The result is more current and relevant market information.
mFOODIE has a robust feature set designed to enhance and increase visits to farmers markets.
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** For all mFOODIE users **
Discover markets by Day, Nearby, Name, and Map.
View the market's hours of operation. View specials, products, payment types, videos, and other details. View the vendors at a market and their details.
Search for markets near places using common names such as: Washington Monument or Seattle Space Needle.
Organize lists of favorite markets, vendors, and fellow mFOODIEs.
Direct message fellow mFOODIEs.
View, visit, comment, favorite, and rate markets and vendors.
Redeem vendor visit points for Reward Program special offers from participating vendors.
View your visited markets and vendors on a map.
** Additionally, For Market Managers & Vendors **
Add announcements, photos and descriptions about the market, vendor, products, specials, events, etc. Add a video, such as a video news story featuring the market, its vendors, events, etc.
Market Managers and Vendors receive a free webpage displaying key mFOODIE information in an easy-to-read, fact sheet style. This is useful for easy tweeting, posting on your social media platforms, or adding as a link on your website to complement your existing information.
Analytics Reports provide useful market and vendor data to help better understand market-goer needs.
Organize and manage markets and vendor companies using convenient lists. View details, message, add and remove markets and vendors from lists.
Use the Rewards Program to incentivize market-goer visits and promote products.
The mFOODIE Team
"connecting farmers market managers, vendors, and market-goers"