While fewer farmers markets are open during the winter, several around the Upstate and in Western North Carolina are braving colder temperatures to bring seasonal offerings and to continue to give local vendors an opportunity to sell their products.
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Food truck owners, cottage bakers and other up-and-coming food retailers will have a pathway to start and grow a business when the City of Anderson opens its shared kitchen space next fall.
Hub City Farmers Market’s annual fundraising dinner will go virtual on September 24 with participants preparing a 3-course meal alongside – albeit online – Spartanburg Chef Jamie Cribbs of The Kennedy.
Several Upstate farmers markets are opening this week with restrictions in place to protect the health and safety of attendees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Mauldin is looking for local farmers and artisans to participate in its summer farmers market to be held on Tuesdays from June 2 – July 28.