Findlay Market - operated continuously in the same iron-framed building since 1855 - is not just another historic monument; it is an essential institution to life in 21st century Cincinnati. Linking uptown with downtown, Findlay Market is a vibrant living landmark at the heart of Cincinnati's future.
Our Core Values
Local: We value freshness above all, emphasizing a variety of locally grown food and unique, locally created products sold by people we know as friends and neighbors. We embrace our role as a vital anchor for a strengthened central city and Over-the-Rhine.
Authentic: We value genuine human connections and social interactions that a vibrant, dynamic public marketplace promotes. We value the diversity in all definitions that exists among our merchants and our shoppers.
Value-minded: We believe in providing our shoppers fresh, high quality foods at fair prices and a rich product array that will satisfy a wide range of shopper needs. We provide an inclusive shopping experience that is unparalleled in our region.
Entrepreneurial: We create a supported environment for diverse startup businesses and the growth and sustainability of locally owned and managed businesses.
Responsible: We honor our role as stewards of a thriving landmark and demand integrity in our interactions with our shoppers, merchants, employees, volunteers, and community partners.
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As a part of Findlay Market's Greening the Market program, Findlay Market will be hosting Sustainability Night each Tuesday from 4-8 p.m. They will be collecting recyclables and other items in an effort to reduce waste at the market and within our community. They will have drop off locations set up at Jane's on the Elm Street Esplanade.
Collected Items through The Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub:
-Dried markers/highlighters and pens
-Disposable Straws (cleaned)
-Cell phone cases
-Wine Corks & other cork material
Collected Items Through Findlay Market
-Clean, broken down cardboard boxes
-Reusable shopping bags
-Triple A to 9V Batteries
Traditional recyclable items Hamilton County accepts
-Plastics: bottles, jugs, and tubs/yogurt cups/containers
-Aluminum cans and other metal cans & tins
-Glass bottles & jars
Gleaned Items Through Society of St. Andrew
-Non-expired whole produce from residential participants
-Non-expired whole produce & meat/dairy products from Findlay Market vendors
More information can be found here: https://www.findlaymarket.org/greeningthemarket