Egg Day & More
Community Farm stand
Every Thursday of the year, our kitchen becomes a pop-up farm stand! Farmers bring eggs and other local foods for purchase. At Egg Day, you will find a variety of locally farmed, fished, foraged, or produced foods. Egg Day is cash only.
During the main growing season, some local farmers also use the space as a pick-up location for their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.
Every Thursday from
North Coast Food Web
577 18th Street, Astoria, OR
Egg Day FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Egg Day?
Egg Day is a weekly, self-service “farm stand” located in the North Coast Food Web. Local farmers drop off eggs and other produce for community members to purchase. The purpose of Egg Day is to connect small, local producers to individuals and families that want to purchase local food right from the source.
Egg Day is also a pick-up site for some local CSA’s.
Do you just sell eggs?
Nope! There are a lot of eggs each week and they sell out quickly, but we also get meat, dairy, bread, produce, and other value-added products like jams, pickles, and jellies.
When is Egg Day?
Any cancellations will be announced on our Facebook Page.
How does payment work?
Egg Day is Cash Only. Each farm has their own “bank” pouch for their products. A Food Web volunteer is always here to help.
For Producers Interested in Selling at Egg Day
Who can sell at Egg Day?
Local food producers. Producers fish, ranch, farm, or forage foods. Local to our region includes Pacific County, Washington, and Clatsop County, Oregon, or nearby!
What can I bring to sell?
You can bring eggs, produce, or other value-added items that you fish, ranch, farm, or forage locally. What is considered local? We prefer food and ingredients sourced from Clatsop County (Oregon) or Pacific County (Washington), or nearby.
We ask that products are grown pesticide-free & animals are treated humanely.
How do you handle money and transactions?
Egg Day is Cash Only. Each Producer uses a separate bank for transactions.
Is there a fee to sell at Egg Day?
No! Egg Day is free of charge for Producers. All profits go directly back to you.
How can I sell products at Egg Day & More?
Contact our Programs Manager ( "caitlin" @ "northcoastfoodweb.org" ) or call our office 503-468-0921 to let us know what you’re interested in selling.
We have an Egg Day Guidelines Document that we ask all Producers to sign.
How do I bring my products to sell?
Producers bring their ready-to-sell products to the Food Web on Thursday mornings (8:30-9:00am) along with their own bank, cooler (if necessary), and information about their operation, products, and pricing.
We ask producers to pick up their supplies before 4pm on Thursdays- if this is not possible (for producers with a longer commute), we can arrange for a different pickup time.
Who is in charge of Egg Day?
Producers decide what to bring and the price for each item.
A Food Web volunteer helps visitors who come to Egg Day & More with purchases. Producers retrieve their bank and any leftover products by Thursday at 4pm. Then we do it all again the next week!
Are you interested in getting set up as an Egg Day vendor? Email us (email@example.com) or call (503-468-0921).
All vendors must agree to the Egg Day Guidelines.