Throughout the city and surrounding towns, Spartanburg County farms produce both an incredible abundance and variety of crops, most of which you can buy straight off the vine, tree, or bush.
Come see where your food is grown, learn more about how these family-businesses operate, pick your own fruit and vegetables, and discover how several local restaurants have partnered with these local farmers to provide some of the best farm-to-table experiences to be found anywhere.
With 6 farm store locations in SC, we’re a family owned and operated farm since 1955.
Located in Boiling Springs, South Carolina, Belue Farms Natural Market offers a healthier, happier way to shop for groceries. We stock locally grown, organic, whole and natural foods including our famed peaches and strawberries, gluten-free staples and snacks, and Southern specialties.
Our mission is to bring local organically grown produce to Spartanburg and surrounding areas. We will grow/produce only using sustainable practice.
Greyrock Farms and Green Acres Produce, Moore, South Carolina. The Anderson family invites you to visit our real-working dairy farm!
Visit a working dairy farm, the last family-owned one operating in Spartanburg County. You can also pick-your-own strawberries on this working farm.
More than just a market; increasing supply, demand, and access to healthy, local food in Spartanburg County.
There are reasons to go besides shopping, like cooking demonstrations, children’s activities, live music and visiting their Urban farm, which is focused on year-round, sustainable, and innovative farming methods.
Hughey Farms sells a wide-variety of fresh and locally grown produce
The Inman Fresh Farmers Market provides a wonderful opportunity to purchase the freshest local ingredients directly from the farmers who grow them.
Jackson Farms II is family owned, grows fruit, vegetables, and cut flowers sold at its roadside produce stand & upstate farmer’s markets.Come see us!!
We are an eco-friendly farm using no chemicals or pesticides in our gardens. Our soil compost is enriched with raw materials used on our organically raised vegetables, eggs, and poultry.
You’ll find farms and stands in the area that are open seasonally. They’ll offer buckets of delicious strawberries and peaches, baskets of muscadines and scuppernongs, along with jams and jellies. Visit these folks during the growing season for fresh-from-the-field goodness. Farmers keep seasonal hours, so be sure to check on their availability.
Find breakfast and lunch, continental style, during the week with a full breakfast on Saturdays during the Farmers Market. They serve beer and wine, so stop in and relax in the afternoons.
When looking for that down-home taste, nothing is better than food grown locally, sold locally, prepared locally, and eaten by you.