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Local Flavor from Local Farmers.  That's a fresh thought.
On the grounds of the Carteret County Courthouse
300 Courthouse Square, Beaufort, North Carolina  28516

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This Week at The Market
THANK YOU ALL FOR A SUCCESSFUL 2013 SEASON!  

The market will return
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 2014
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Check out the "Our Vendors" tab to contact any of your favorite vendors in the off season for local food and art!
We're busy planning the new season!  Get involved!
• Become a Vendor
• Become a Volunteer
• Become a Sponsor
• Help Promote Us
Fresh from our Local Farms...
Direct to our Local Market...
The Olde Beaufort Farmers' Market takes place every Saturday, under the live oak trees, on the grounds of the Carteret County Courthouse in Beaufort, North Carolina.  The season runs through November 23, 2013.  
 Olde Beaufort Farmers' Market | 300 Courthouse Square, Beaufort,NC 28516
The goal of the Old Beaufort Farmers’ Market is to provide high quality local food to Beaufort and the surrounding area, show support for small farmers, grow the local economy, and to provide an enjoyable open space for the community to gather weekly.  
Come out and let your senses absorb the flavorful aromas of the freshness from Carteret County.

Next Market: Saturday, April 19th, 2014
8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
To enjoy in your home, vacation rental or on a boat...  Fresh & Local.
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Discover locally produced farm-fresh food from right here in Carteret County. You’ll find fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, and pasture-raised chicken and more.   It's a great way to support our local farmers, food producers, craftsmen and artists.
Would you like to get involved?
Become a vendorvolunteer or sponsor.
"Beaufort also draws raves for local flavors: visitors can shop for just-picked pears, farm-fresh cheeses, and handmade crafts under majestic oak trees at highly rated farmers’ markets".
- Travel & Leisure magazine