MORE THAN JUST A MARKET.

Increasing supply, demand, and access to healthy, local food in Spartanburg County.

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Impact

With a mission to increase supply, demand, and access to healthy, local food in Spartanburg County, we are making a tangible difference in people’s lives. Our programs help break down barriers for low-income families to put healthy food on their table, teach children about the importance of eating healthy, and help to grow business for local farmers and small businesses.

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Help Us Reach Our Goal!

Hub City Farmers’ Market is a non-profit organization that relies on community support and donations. To help us make a bigger impact on Spartanburg, we’ve set a summer goal of fundraising $10,000. This will help us to better serve you!

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Latest News

Farmers’ Market July 20, 2019

Have you picked up a watermelon yet?   Presents 8:00 am — Opening Bell 8:00-12:00 Kids activity with Playthings A Plenty 8:00-12:00 Master Gardeners will answer all your gardening questions[…]

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Farmers’ Market July 13, 2019

Blueberries, peaches, cantaloupe! It is a sweet season at the Market!   Presents 8:00 am — Opening Bell 8:00-12:00 Kids activity with Junior League “Kids in the Kitchen” 8:00-12:00 Master[…]

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Farmers’ Market June 29, 2019

Healthy Blue food giveaway to first 100 people!   Presents 8:00 am — Opening Bell 8:00-10:00 Radio Station live remote from the Market! 10:00-12:00 Karl Lauber on the Wades Community stage! […]

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Hub City Farmers’ Market Announces New Leadership Team

HCFM is pleased to announce Jordan Wolfe as the new Executive Director and Heather Raines as its new Associate director. Help us give them a warm welcome!

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Check out our Mobile Market!

Established in 2010 as the first of its kind in SC, the HCFM Mobile Market purchases local produce and value-added foods from local farmers and entrepreneurs and resells it at schools, community centers, and businesses throughout Spartanburg County.

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Opening Day!

Opening Day of the Hub City Farmers’ Market 2019

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