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Local Food Data Tracking

The Local Foods Data Tracking Program is a partnership with USDA Market News that provides public access to aggregated pricing data on Vermont agricultural products, which include fruit and vegetable crops, meat, poultry, and eggs.  

The goals of this program are to collect and synthesize up-to-date pricing data that can be used by farmers, retail outlets, organizations, and the public to make price comparisons, set competitive prices, assess business value for insurance rates and loans, and allow consumers to make informed choices.

The Agency of Agriculture works with producers, processors, and farmers markets across the state to collect and publish pricing data, which can be found in the reports below. National pricing reports are also available at the USDA Market News website. 


Drew Watson
(802) 636-7793

Local & Regional Food Market News

USDA Market News works with State Departments of Agriculture and local and regional food systems to provide prices, volume, and other information on agricultural commodities sold at local and regional markets throughout the U.S.