Exit #208 on I-40 (west of Greensboro near the Airport)
Market open 7:00am -6:00pm every day.
Today's Farmer's Deliveries
Updated Daily around 10am
(List of products not broken down by varieties; quantities represent boxes, bags, cases, etc.)
All new and returning farmer vendors must meet with Market Management prior to renting space. Contact the market office (336)-605-9157 to schedule your meeting for a Tues. or Thurs. For more information and forms regarding selling at the Market click here.
Market Shoppes Monday - Saturday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
(Click here for hours of individual Market Shoppes vendors)
Shop for – candy, cakes, nuts, fruits, made in NC items, candles, wine, pasta, cheeses, sauces, pet treats, CBD products, spices for baking, flower bouquets, gift baskets, produce, meats, soaps, lotions, wooden crafts, dried beans, & much more.
Farmers Area 1 & 2 Monday - Sunday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
A.B. SEED & CO. 336-393-0214 Monday-Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday - 10:00am - 5:00pm
MOOSE CAFE 336-668-1125 our NEW WINTER HOURS:
Monday - Thursday 7am-4pm Breakfast & Lunch;
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 7am - 8pm Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Rick Cecil, Marketing Supervisor, ext. 201; firstname.lastname@example.org
Gregg Lowe, Program Supervisor I, ext. 202; email@example.com
Bobbie Hanner, Admin. Associate II, ext. 200; firstname.lastname@example.org
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services operates four regional farmers markets, strategically located across the state to serve the citizens of North Carolina. These regional markets were built by the state and dedicated to N.C. farmers and growers and the produce and plant industry. The goal of the farmers markets is to furnish facilities where our farmers can provide fresh, locally grown produce and plants to N.C. consumers with reduced handling costs. At these regional markets, consumers are able to talk with farmers who grew and harvested the fresh produce and plants from nearby farms.
The freshness, quality and variety of horticultural crops grown by N.C. farmers cannot be beat. Our farmers produce 21 major vegetable and fruit crops throughout the state. In addition, products from N.C. nurseries, greenhouses, Christmas tree farms, and turf grass and sod growers are available throughout the year or in season. Also, you can find a variety of North Carolina-produced meats, cheeses, wines and specialty foods available year round, complete with a Garden Center and a family-style restaurant.