WNC Farmers' Market

  • Health-food-store Health Store
    ( 3 reviews )

570 Brevard Rd (at near historic downtown), Asheville, North Carolina, USA, 28806

Market selling locally grown produce since 1977 (not organic).

3 Reviews

First Review by navski

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Fresh Market - Edit

I liked the idea that the market is not just based on fruits and veggies but on other types of condiments such as honey, jams, and roasted nuts (all sorts). They also have fresh made cheese ( I didnt eat it but my father said it was pretty good). The pricing is very fair for the honey and jams however you can go to Ingles and get the same things. Very friendly people, if you go to Asheville, check it out.

Pros: roasted Nuts, Easy commute, fresh Jam

Cons: Not so fresh greens

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not the best farmers market - Edit

No organic vegetables. Not much in the way of local produce. Mostly pickled & jarred items. A good place to get local honey. Not very close to anything. One of the only places in Asheville to get boiled peanuts!

Pros: boiled peanuts

Cons: lame produce, location, poor selection

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totally non-organic - Edit

Nothing in this place is organic. It's just a market full of conventionally-grown vegetables and various jams and jellies packed with tons of sugar. I'm not sure what it's doing on this list and you have to drive to it. I mean, if you could stop in while strolling down the street it might be another story...

Cons: non-organic

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