Keeping meals healthy and fresh—even through the winter months—has never been easier in the Carolinas. From year round farmers’ markets to home delivery services, you can get the homegrown goodness you crave even in winter!
Year-round Farmer’s Markets
For fresh produce, farm to fork meats, cheese and more, the Charlotte Regional Farmers’ Market is open all year and features North and South Carolina growers.
At the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market, you’ll find a variety of vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs, meat, pastries, honey, tea, coffee and beer grown or made within 60 miles of Chapel Hill.
The Market at 501 Yanceyville St., Greensboro, NC is an indoor facility with free admission, Wi-Fi, and plenty of free parking. They are open Saturdays 7 a.m.-12 noon year round.
The Greenville State Farmers Market features retail and wholesale vendors selling produce, plants and garden accessories.
Delivered fresh to your door
For convenience in the winter weather, have a produce box delivered regularly to your home or office. There are numerous vendors that have many different options to suit your unique tastes and preferences.
The Absolute Organics offers home or office delivery of fresh, organic and often local produce in Charlotte, Lake Norman, and surrounding areas.
The Produce Box delivers fresh, local produce and specialty products like meats, cheese and bread to homes and offices in the Raleigh-Chapel Hill-Triangle area, the Triad (Winston-Salem, Greensboro), and much of Charlotte.
Bella Organics serves customers throughout North and South Carolina, calling their service an online farmers market dedicated to providing fresh, local, organic and sustainably raised food delivery.
Backyard Produce delivers to the Triangle, Triad, Charlotte area and Greenville, SC.
Mother Earth Produce delivers a weekly menu of fresh, seasonal vegetables and fruits in Upstate South Carolina to Greenville, Simpsonville, Traveler’s Rest, Spartanburg, Greer, Moore, Lyman, and Boiling Springs.
Farmers’ markets and produce delivery services are great ways to support your local Carolina farmers all year. By purchasing their homegrown, local and seasonal foods, you help them continue to provide the healthy fresh foods you love to eat—even in the winter!