Charleston Markets Support Local Farmers and Shrimpers
Farmer's Markets in Charleston South Carolina are 'growing'. Whether you're on John's Island, Downtown Charleston or near the Lakes in Summerville, you can shop for home grown fruit and vegetables from local farmers. You'll also find local honey, (great for allergies), homemade breads, gelato, fresh pies and baked goods and arts and crafts. These farmers depend on our support in order to make their living.
Where would we be without our hard working farmers?
Now, the fishermen are joining the weekly outdoor markets. Mt. Pleasant fishermen are selling the catch of the day at Moultrie Middle School on Saturday mornings from 8am to 12 noon. Like the farmers, the fishermen go out on the water to make their living. When they come home with their catch they have to sell it fast before it spoils. You certainly can taste the difference between freshly caught fish and the supermarket seafood.
Where would we be without our hard working fishermen?
Check online for a list of locations for a fresh, farmer's market near you. Or take a ride and explore a new area and see what other markets have to offer. Perhaps the Sunday Brunch Market on James Island where local food trucks serve their specialties!
I'm sure you'll feel good supporting the locals and enjoy all things home grown and home made!
Donna Andreano 843-256-3348 email@example.com