There are farmers' markets all over the greater metropolitan area that you can visit to purchase locally grown produce. Here are the some of best farmers' markets in Charlotte!
Vendors at this market sell a variety of goods from honey, meat, and vegetables to fruit, flowers, and resale products. Charlotte Regional Farmers Market is actually one of only four state markets to operate in North Carolina.
It is a state-run market and is held on multiple days throughout the week. Different vendors are assigned to different days, so you should check who will be selling the day you plan to visit.
This farmers market is a centrally located outdoor store where you can find great products for a bargain. Their items change with the season so you will find something different each time you visit.
They open at 6 a.m., and even with it being outdoors, it can still get quite crowded. They do accept cards as long as you purchase above the minimum requirement.
Matthew’s Community Farmer’s market is the largest producer-only market found in the greater Charlotte area. Everything sold at the market is grown within 50 miles of the city.
Fish is caught off the coast of North Carolina and quickly sent to the market by the fishermen. All of the products are naturally-grown without any additives or treatments.
The Uptown Farmers Market is centrally located right in the middle of the city. It is the newest addition to Charlotte’s markets and was inaugurated this past December 2020.
It is a producer-only market that aims to deliver only fresh and delicious foods into the city center. You are able to meet with the farmers directly responsible for your food.
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