Statesboro farmers market sells fresh produce, goods through November


Ashlynn Melnyk, Correspondent

After it’s closing due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market is back open, selling fresh produce and goods Downtown. 

This farmers market convenes every Saturday through November, selling locally-made products ranging from fresh vegetables to baked sweets. 

Participants are not only local to Statesboro or its surrounding counties, rather businesses and farms located all over the southeastern region of Georgia bring their produce to this market.

The market is expecting nearly 25 vendors on Saturday and expects more vendors to follow in the coming weeks as word gets out. Farmers market sales have been solely online over the pandemic on Market2Go, their online website.

As areas open up from a pandemic-induced hiatus, the market returns to their physical location in downtown Statesboro in the Synovus bank parking lot, but they won’t be stopping their online service. Orders can still be placed online for contactless pick-up.

For more information about the Mainstreet Farmers Market visit their website