Columbus County Community Farmers Market


Whiteville, North Carolina
Farmers Market

Columbus County Community Farmers Market

The Columbus County Community Farmers Market, established in 1998, is one of the finest local markets in the area. The market features only farmer-grown, farmer-sold products. Member's farms are visited periodically to assure that all items sold are locally grown by the seller and are of the highest quality.

New Hours of operation for 2014 are Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:00 AM until 1 PM, May through December.

For more information, contact Carl Shuman, Market Manager, at (910) 642-3789 or visit www.columbuscountyfarmersmarket.com.

Listing last updated on Mar 29, 2014

The Columbus County Community Farmers Market is located at 132 Government Complex Road (between the Farm Services Building and the Department of Social Services) north of Whiteville. Green directions signs are located throughout town.



Schedule and Location:

Hours of operation are Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7:00 AM until 1:00 PM.



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The very best thing to help our farmers in this area. You will find the freshest produce here than any where else. If you have not been, please come.


We're lucky to have a farmers market in our community. Residents and visitors have the opportunity to purchase fresh quality vegetables and fruits that are most time much less expensive than grocery stores.... [more]


I grow a large assortment of veggies & produce and love suppporting other'a that do the same to help our own county and people .

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2009-07-01

The popularity of farmer's markets continues to grow around the country and lots of national organizations are doing their part to recognize and promote the importance of local food!  As a result, the Columbus County Community Farmers Market is participating in two national contests!   The first is the "America's Favorite Farmers Markets" contest sponsored by the American Farmland Trust.... [more]


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