Are you looking for local produce in the Greenville area? Fortunately, Upstate residents have several options. Whether you are searching for Greenville farmer’s markets, roadside stands, or CSA farms, we’ve got you covered.
It’s that time of year again when our mouths start to water for watermelon and fresh berries and when our dinner table can easily be filled with fresh, local vegetables. We are very fortunate to live in the Upstate where there are so many options for fresh, local produce near Greenville, SC. The definition of local isn’t a concrete one. But most experts say that to be considered local, the item has to be harvested or made within 100 miles. The benefits of eating local produce are many including better flavor, nutrients, and supporting the local farmers.
Looking for specific kinds of local food? Here’s a list of farms and stores where you can find:
This article includes:
Greenville, SC Area Farms that Sell Their Own Produce
Roadside Stands and Local Stores with Fresh Produce Near Greenville
Greenville Produce Delivery Services
Upstate Area Farmers Markets
Local Farms in the Upstate Where You Can Purchase Meat + Produce + Dairy
Bethel Trails Farm has pasture-raised beef, lamb, chicken, pork, and eggs.
JBO Ranch has amazing fresh produce. Find them at the Bethel Trails Farm Saturday morning market 9 am – Noon.
2302 Friendship Church Road, Gray Court
Blue Ridge Creamery has local milk and handmade cheese.
14 Blue Ridge Drive, Travelers Rest
Clemson Area Food Exchange offers pickup options through the Clemson and Seneca areas for local food from area farms. Peruse the website to see what they offer.
Farm Fresh Butt Nuggets in Pelzer offers free-range eggs at a low cost.
Fort Powell Homestead in Powdersville offers local salad mix from St. Basil Farm by appointment.
Greenbrier Farms has local meat for sale. Check their Facebook page for the latest offerings and events.
766 Hester Store Road, Easley
Golden Forest Farms, located in Abbeville, has lots of local produce, eggs, and even a CSA that delivers to the Upstate starting at $50.
Happy Cow Creamery offers milk-derived products from their cows that include chocolate milk, tons of cheeses, and local produce.
332 McKelvey Road, Pelzer
Horseshoe Farm has CSA Farmshare subscriptions available. Pickup is at The Revival Butchery in Greenville or at Horseshoe Farm.
650 McElhaney Road, Travelers Rest
Southern Oaks Jerseys feature Jersey dairy cows to produce their items, the dairy they sell contains 20% more protein, 20% calcium, and more butterfat (flavor) than other kinds of milk. They offer their products at local markets and through delivery service Market Wagon.
1458 Highway 20, Abbeville
Oak Hill Cafe & Farm offers freshly harvested produce, plus a ton of prepared food and coffee available to order online.
2510 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville
Providence Farm has local meat, eggs, milk, cheeses, ferments, elderberry syrup, grits, and cornmeal.
110 Walker Road, Anderson
Skyland Farms offers farm-raised meat, local-sourced produce, mushrooms, and eggs.
4124 North Hwy 14, Greer
Split Creek Farm has goat’s milk, goat cheese, yogurt, and fudge available at their Anderson farm. Bonus points because you can see baby goats while you swing by the farm shop on weekends.
3806 Centerville Road, Anderson
The Toasty Farmer – an indoor farmers market during the winter held at Brewery 85. They have at least one local farmer with produce plus other farms that bring fish and meat. They also have other fantastic vendors – we highly recommend.
6 Whitlee Court, Greenville, SC
Greenville State Farmers Market – open daily year-round and located not far from downtown Greenville. They have some great prices on things like produce and beans. They also carry meat, eggs, coffee, and other goodies.
1354 Rutherford Rd, Greenville
Produce Roadside Stands and Local Stores Near Greenville
Topsoil Kitchen & Market, while not a farm, does work with many local farms to sell their produce and other goods. Plus, they’ve got ready-made meals to order with curbside pickup!
13 S Main Street, Travelers Rest
Carolina Fresh Market & More has tons of local food available at the small market.
6619 US 29, Pelzer
Farmacy in Easley has lots of local produce, milk, soaps, cheese, and eggs. 508 South B Street, Easley
Mauldin Open Air Market on Butler Road, open year-round.
699 East Butler Road, Mauldin
Taylor Boys Produce has a list online you can choose from that includes fruit and vegetables. Pickup is available at their location in Enoree.
4138 Cross Anchor Road, Enoree
Tomato Vine – open year-round. Follow on Facebook for the most up-to-date inventory of produce.
4120 Old Buncombe Road, Greenville
Dillard’s Peach Stand opens in late spring with local produce like tomatoes, corn, jalapenos, cantaloupes,
Fisher’s Orchard on Jordan Road in Greer. They are generally known for their peaches, but during the peach season, they also offer quite a bit of local produce. Only open during the summer.
504 South Buncombe Road, Greer
Bagwell Farms offers lots of
1605 Jonesville Road, Simpsonville
Swamp Rabbit Cafe offers a produce box full of local produce for under $30. Order online and do curbside pickup.
205 Cedar Lane Road, Greenville
Bob & Lisa’s Produce is open seasonally, and offers veggies, fruits, jams, and more.
9706 Anderson Road, Piedmont
Online Local Produce that Delivers in Greenville
This is a relatively new and exciting way to buy local produce. You go online to these sites, order the produce you want and they collect from local farms and deliver to an agreed-upon location. Neat, huh?
Market Wagon is a new service to the Upstate that will get residents their favorite items from local farm sources, like Shipt but for local items! You can select sampler boxes, meal kits, and all carte items from local vendors including Growing Green Family Farms, Colonial Milling, Humble Roots, Southern Oaks Jerseys Farm, Hen House Baking, and more!
Mother Earth Produce Many KAG readers have been delighted by bins of fresh, local fruits, veggies, meat, eggs & more delivered right to their doorsteps in Greenville & Spartanburg.
Growing Green Family Farms is offering delivery and pickup of local produce.
Don’t forget – local CSAs are another fantastic option for local produce.
Farmer’s Markets near Greenville
G & G Retail on Rutherford Road operates Monday – Saturday from 7:30 am – 6 pm. They will generally have everything you need, but that’s because they fill in the gaps by ordering from out of state. If you want to stick with local produce, just ask where it came from. There are plenty of local options. The State Farmers Market is located in the same building as G & G Retail. They will have local vendors on Saturdays selling anything from baked goods to plants to produce. Open 8 am – 6 pm, Monday – Saturday.
Saturday Market Downtown Greenville is a favorite for many. This is a seasonal market that will open May 1 – October 30 and happens every Saturday from 8:00 am-noon. In addition to produce there are a few artists booths that contain local’ items.
Learn more about this popular essentials market in Greenville.
Traveler’s Rest Farmers Market is at Trailblazer Park and starts on May 7, 2022, and is open from 8:30 am-Noon.
Greer Farmers Market is at Greer City Park (301 E Poinsett Street) and will be open Saturdays starting May 3rd through August 30 from 8:30 am-Noon. It has artisans, bakers, makers, farmers,
Mauldin Farmers Market at the Mauldin Cultural Center Tuesdays from 5-8 pm April 12 – November 8. Several local farms are vendors, as are businesses in the area that sell food and goods.
Farmers Market at Fountain Inn at 100 Depot Street on Saturdays June – August 2022 from 8 am-Noon. Lots of local goodies abound at this farmers market. People love it for the small-town feel as well.
Simpsonville Farmers Market is at City Hall (118 Northeast Main Street, Simpsonville) every Saturday from 8 am-Noon beginning on May 7, 2022 and features local farms, vendors, food, and coffee.
Landrum Farmers Market is at 111 N Trade Street in Landrum. It Saturdays occurs from 8 am-Noon and runs through the summer. They have all kinds of local vendors, artisans, and farmers.
Do you have any favorite spots for local produce that we didn’t list here? Let us know! Happy shopping!