With Independence Day upon us, Durham Farmers' Market urges the community to celebrate with foods from small, independent family farms and business. In order to be successful, local, independent farmers are dependent on those of us who have chosen to eat local and fresh food. So, in a sense, we are interdependent on one another. Our local food system in North Carolina is strong for two reasons: first, there are wonderful, hardworking farmers and second, there is a strong, supportive community of eaters who buy local products. One could not exist without the other.
And please, remember to vote in the America's Favorite Farmers' Market Contest. Show your Durham love and appreciation for independent farmers by voting HERE.
Fresh this Week
Fruit: Melons, Peaches, Blueberries, Dewberries, Blackberries, Rasperries
Vegetables: Field tomatoes, Arugula, Beans (green, yellow, Roma, filet, purple), Beets, Carrots, Chinese Cabbage, Cabbage, Cherry Tomatoes, Corn, Collards, Cucumbers, Dandelion Greens, Eggplant, Garlic, Green Onions, Herbs (Basil, Cilantro Oregano, Parsley, Dill, Chives, Mint), Kale, Lambs Quarter, Leeks, Lettuce, Okra, Onions, Pea Shoots, Peppers (sweet, hot, Padron), Potatoes, Salad Mix, Shallots, Swiss Chard, Summer Squash, Tomatillos, Tomatoes (red and green), Zucchini
Flowers: Agrostemma, Asiatic Lillies, Campanula, Dahlia, Delphiniums, Lisianthus, Snap Dragon, Sunflowers, Zinnia
Meats: Beef, Bison, Chicken, Duck, Goat/Chevon, Lamb, Pork
And: Honey, Chicken and Duck Eggs, Flour, Yellow & White Cornmeal, Grits, Pecans, Wines, Fresh and Aged Goats and Cows Milk Cheeses, Baked Goods, Pasta, Beer, Wine, Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Preserves, Handmade Chocolates, Wool, Landscaping Plants and Vegetable Transplants
Crafts: Handmade Clothes & Jewelery, Baskets, Pottery, Photographs, Soaps and much more...