Edible Upcountry Farm and Market Guide (Sponsored)

December 04, 2014
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Carolina Natural Farms

Certified SC grown family farm in Greer raising pastured beef, lamb and free-range eggs, completely free of hormones, GMOs, antibiotics.

Furman Farm & Randy Blackwell Farm Stand

Student-run gardens feed this student-run produce market, all in the shadow of the beautiful Shi Center for Sustainability. Open Mondays from 3:30-5:30

Gibson Organic Beef

The first and only USDA Certified Organic Beef Farmer in the entire state. Westminster-based, family-owned, pasture-raised Black Angus cattle. See website for markets and retail locations as well as online ordering options.

Greenbrier Farms

Roddy Pick and Chad and Amy Bishop run this 300 acre farm, CSA, farm store and event space in Dacusville, a darling of the upcountry. With produce, grass-fed livestock, and frequent special events, Greenbrier is a source for many restaurants in the Upstate.

Happy Cow Creamery

Farmer Tom Trantham runs this on-the-farm milk bottling operation, complete with cheerful cows and an on-site store that offers a variety of tasty products from around our region. Happy 10th Anniversary Happy Cow!

Milky Way Farm

This family-owned dairy is located near Lake Hartwell, with natural raw milk for purchase at delivery locations, select retail stores and at the farm.

Parson Produce

Daniel Parson runs this two-acre sustainable farm south of Clinton, relying on organic farming methods to keep his CSA members and faithful downtown Greenville Saturday Market shoppers fed.

Split Creek Farm

This Grade-A goat farm conjures up award-winning cheeses, milk, fudge and yogurt. Stop by the farm to do some shopping, chat with owners Evin Evans and Pat Bell and meet the goats.




Hub City Co-op

Downtown Spartanburg soon will be home of South Carolina’s first cooperatively-owned grocery. It aims to promote local commerce, harvest and connectivity.

Ingles Markets

Founded in 1963, Ingles is a regional grocery that takes pride in providing its shoppers with the best products and prices. All stores are located within 250 miles of Asheville’s distribution center to promote freshness.

Slow Food Earth Market

Slow Food, an organization that fosters quality, sustainability and social justice, offers market featuring products with integrity, cooking demos and kid-friendly activities on the third Thursday of each month through September. Certified by the Slow Food Foundation of Bio-Diversity.

Whole Foods

America’s first nationally certified organic grocer. This Austin-based standard bearer is your stop for high-quality products.


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