Produce Path for Customers (formerly FM Engage)

Produce Path for Customers logo which is an orange tomato with produce path written on it
What is Produce Path for Customers?

Produce Path for Customers (formerly FM Engage) is an iOS and Android mobile and web-based application that allows farmers market managers to share up-to-date information about their market directly to their customers.


What can Produce Path do for customers?
  • Find Farmers Markets. Find markets nearby and add favorite markets to your homepage.
  • Get Market Logistics. Find out about your local farmers market hours of operation, locations, incentive programs offered, additional services offered, and more.
  • Review Produce Availability. Learn about what products are likely to be available at the market, items with limited availability, and what vendors are likely to be at the market.
  • Plan For Your Visit. Create a grocery list, find recipes, and learn about upcoming events at local farmers markets.
  • Subscribe For Updates. Get information directly from the farmers market manager with the option to opt-in to get an email notification each time your market posts a message to their profile.

Interested in trialing the Produce Path app as part of a research study? Contact


What can Produce Path do for farmers market managers?

Farmers market managers using Produce Path for Customers can update their profile information and post real-time messages with their customers via the Manager Portal (formerly FM Tracks) interface. Currently, only select markets in Ohio with access to Produce Path for Managers are able to offer this customer-facing extension. Produce Path for Customers will be coming soon to more markets and other states soon!


Want to know more?

Learn more about our current research activities with Produce Path for Customers app here.


Questions? Want to learn about how you or your market can use Produce Path for Customers? Contact our Community Nutrition Program Manager, Katie Poppe at

Page updated on May 9, 2024. Produce Path technology is owned by Case Western Reserve University.