Waxhaw Farmers’ Market Opens to Start the Season

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WAXHAW, NC – The Waxhaw Farmers’ Market is open, and the turnout was great. 

Diane Hook, market advocate and board member, said that the opening of market season had a great showing, and that products are selling out fast. Throughout the next two weeks, she said, a variety of late-planted produce will pour in to keep supply flowing.

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Masked customers shop at the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market

Amid the current health crisis, the market has made some changes to keep customers and suppliers safe, but they remain open every Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. The market has implemented hand washing stations, and roped off lines for each vendor station. They are limiting the number of customers at a given time, and they have temporarily stopped family activities and crafts. Despite the limiting of activities, there are still plenty of local goods and good entertainment to enjoy. Musician Jim Tierney featured at this week’s market, entertaining customers with his great guitar sound.

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Jim Tierney performs at the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market

For nutrient-dense, fresh-picked produce and goods that have been handled considerably less than anything at the supermarket, your best bet is the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market. Visit the market to experience the great local products from new vendors and market favorites like: 

  • Blue Goat Dairy
  • Boy & Girl Farm
  • Circle B Ranch
  • DabHar Farms
  • Happy Pig Farms
  • McCord Farms
  • Potters Market Farms
  • Roots Farm and Nursery
  • Sharonview Farm
  • Taylor Family Greenhouse
  • Todd and Williams Garden
  • Bare Market
  • Belgian Waffles on Wheels
  • Grapes and Olives on Tap
  • Indulgence Candles
  • Tea Leaves and Pages
  • Two Sisters Roasting Co.
  • Waxhaw Woodworking

Once the current health crisis is over, chefs, animals and educational activities will arrive at the market as well. For more information, visit the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market website at www.waxhawfarmersmarket.org

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