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Best farmers markets in North Carolina

by The 100 Companies

• Carrboro Farmers Market is on the outskirts of historic Chapel Hill and is one of the oldest markets in the state. With local offerings like fresh farm produce, local meat and eggs, homemade bread, art, pottery and more, this is open-air experience has southern charm and wonderful variety.

• Charlotte Regional Farmers Market is owned by the state department of agriculture and has at least five buildings full of anything you could possibly need.

• Asheville City Market is held downtown on Saturdays. It was established in 2008 as a learning lab to pilot new programs and provide more opportunities for farmers.

– Amanda Fox, The 100 Companies

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