Spring has (finally) sprung, meaning farmers markets are beginning to blossom across Greenville – including the TD Saturday Market on Main St., which starts its 2019 season tomorrow.
You shouldn’t have to hike across the Upstate to get your greens – so we’ve come up with a comprehensive list of farmers markets happening across our region.
What you shop for: In addition to the usual offerings, this year-round market features artisan breads, potted plants, local crafts, and homemade soaps + lotions.
What you shop for: Stop by Adam’s Mobile Market’s truck or the brand new HQ for seasonal produce, honey, meat, and signature “Take and Bake” meals.
What you shop for: During the summer, more than 70 regular farmers and vendors make this market the largest independently-run, nonprofit farmers market in the state. In addition to the produce and products featured here, they often have special offerings - this week is the Opening Day Plant and Flower Sale.
What you shop for: Vendors at this market are farmers and artisans who produce eggs, artisan cheese, locally roasted coffee, health and beauty products, + more. The May 11 market will feature a Ribbon Cutting, special drawings, and prizes in celebration of the market’s tenth season.
What you shop for: In addition to locally sourced produce, clothing, pastries, and gifts - the Mauldin Farmers Market features live music, food trucks, and beer + wine from Growler Haus.
What you shop for: The Fountain Inn Farmers Market has a wide variety of fresh produce, crafts, + artisan goods from local vendors, plus different activities and excitement each week.
What you shop for: Stop by on Opening Day for live music, bouncy houses, and a plant sale. This market regularly features local farm produce, locally pastured meat and cheeses, along with specialty items like pimento cheese, doggie treats, and honey.
What you shop for: This Spartanburg farmers market runs rain or shine. They specialize in soy candles, sauces + spreads, trees, shrubs, arts, and crafts. If you’re headed to this market, park on the lower lot adjacent to the market on College St across from V-Com.
What you shop for: Check out the Easley Farmers Market for local pottery, jewelry, coffee, candles, + a variety of local produce.
What you shop for: Vendors at this market bring spring produce, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, handcrafted soaps, and much more. The Anderson Farmers Market accepts WIC vouchers, senior vouchers, EBT and SNAP benefits.
What you shop for: This market, located in historic Williamston, features local vendors like Chocolate Artworks, Timonade, Bella Vita Farm, TeeTyme Productions + Nood Clean.
What you shop for: Held rain or shine, the Clemson Farmers Market includes goat’s milk products, olive oil, granola, boiled peanuts, plants + herbs.
🌽 Gaffney Station Farmers Market | 📍Gaffney Visitors Center + Art Gallery | ⏰ Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., April-May; Tuesday + Thursday 3-6 p.m. plus Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., June-Sept. 14; Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Sept. 15-Nov.
What you shop for: Items at this market include fresh fruits, vegetables, and other raw agricultural products. The Gaffney Station Farmers Market also includes handmade or homemade artisan crafts.
What you shop for: Located on Main Street along the sidewalk, the Woodruff Farmers Market showcases local produce, jams, wine, crafts, handmade soy candles + bath items, and much more.
What you shop for: The Six Mile Farmers Market invites you to bring a chair, chat with old and new friends, and buy some local produce. Inside vendors will be on-site rain or shine.
What you shop for: Enjoy beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains while shopping local produce and goods. This market features collards, honey, fresh breads and flowers, and handmade pottery. Most weeks will include live music.
Can’t make it to your local market? There are new ways to access local produce online. Learn more about online delivery options and local CSA programs here.
Do you know about another local farmers market? Make sure to lettuce know in the comments below.