Farmers Markets In and Around Maury County in 2024

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Over the last five years, according to IBIS World, farmer’s markets have grown 7.5% to a $1.3 billion industry. They allow personal connections to develop between farmers and shoppers. Also, by cutting out the middleman, farmers receive more food dollars, shoppers receive the freshest locally grown food, and local economies thrive. 

Fruits and vegetables are the number one item purchased, followed by meat and dairy. Other food products like sauces, handmade pasta, flavored oils come in third.

The Maury County area offers a number of Farmers’ Markets that provide locally grown produce, meats, cheeses, other food items, plants, and fine crafts. 

Columbia Farmers Market

Riverwalk Park

102 Riverside Drive

Columbia, Tennessee

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, May through October

8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

(931) 560-1500

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Columbia Farmers’ Fresh Market takes advantage of local farms and features vendors selling honey, jams, eggs, baked goods cut flowers, locally raised meats and lots of other produce such as fruit and vegetables sold directly by the farmer.

They also have several artisans who produce items such as soaps, jewelry, woodworking, balms, salves, and skin care. 

A family friendly environment allows the community to come meet local farmers and makers. 

Hidden Gems Farmers Market

863 Old Military Road

Spring Hill, Tennessee

Saturdays, Year Around

11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 

Hidden Gems is an amazing Saturday afternoon farmers market in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Vendors offer everything from farm fresh vegetables and fruit to eggs, beef, pork, chicken, fish, and baked goods There are also food trucks with items like pizza. There are some artisans offering good like natural soaps.

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