Calling ALL locals come out to the market today!

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market will be open with many of us vendors in attendance.

Hope to see you there!!

Pay no mind to the approaching storm named Alberto- come stock up on cheese before it arrives!

Pay no mind to Subtropical Storm Alberto, First Storm of 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Charleston Farmers Market
Time: 8am – 2pm
Dates: Open -> November
Location: Marion Square - 329 Meeting Street
Columbia Soda City Farmer's Market
Time: 9am – 1pm
Dates: Year round
Location: in the 1500 block of Main Street
Forsyth Farmers Market
Time: 9am – 1pm
Dates: Year round
Location: South end Forsyth Park Savannah Georgia
Port Royal Farmers Market
Time: 9am – 12pm
Dates: Year round
Location: Ribaut Rd, Port Royal, SC 29935
Summerville Farmers' Market
Time: 8am - 1pm
Dates: Open -> November 24th
Location: First Citizens Bank parking lot behind Summerville Town Hall at 200 South Main Street.
Sunday Brunch Farmers Market
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Dates: Year round
Location: 1977 Maybank Highway - Behind the Pour House

Back to School - Get some Farm Fresh Cheese Curds into the lunchbox

Join us this week at the farmers markets and happenings!


FreshFields Village Farmers Market on Kiawah: from 4:00 - 8pm



Mount Pleasant Farmers Market: from 3:30 – 7pm

Location: We are right in front and center under the pavilion


Bluffton Farmers Market: 2- 7pm



Charleston Farmers Market:  from 8 – 2pm

Johns Island Home Grown Farmers Market: from 9 - 1 pm

Summerville Farmers Market: from 8 – 1pm

Forsyth Farmers Market: from 9 – 1pm

Columbia “Soda City” Farmers Market: from 9 – 1 pm

Port Royal Farmers Market: from 9 – 12 pm



Sunday Brunch Farmers Market: from 11 - 3 pm


National Cheese Curd Day

Tasting Table

Curds The Word Posted July 1st.

What are Cheese Curds, this is a very common question asked to us at the farmers markets.  Tasting Table did a great job in just a few words.


They’re a critical part of the cheese-making process. Here’s how it works:

① To make cheese, you strain curds, or cheese solids, from whey, the liquid by-product.

② Next, the curds harden and age into the blocks with which you’re familiar.

③ But before cheese fully sets, you can eat the curds, which are wonderful, little gems all their own.