The ways farmers are integrated into markets is still a question on which several scholars are working. Markets are a key dimension to understand farmers’ social reproduction strategies. These chapter aims to place the discussion on agri-food markets within the broader scope of economic sociology, especially highlighting the analytical approaches to markets that have been mobilized by leading schools of contemporary sociological thinking. We intend to show the possibilities for dialogue as well as the explanatory potential offered by different economic sociology approaches to markets. Thus, we contribute to filling the gap in interaction between studies on agri-food markets and the analysis of markets tout court.