Calling all food lovers, locavores, and anyone who loves to cook – or eat.

Georgia Magazine named The Statesboro Main Street Farmer’s Market, a “Must-See” market. Here’s why: Every Saturday from early April to the end of November, the Downtown Main Street Farmers Market is the place for fresh local fruit and vegetables, meats and dairy, and food products like preserves and baked goods.  Thousands come to buy from dozens of vendors, making a personal connection in the farm-to-table movement – all in an atmosphere of music and good fun.

Find out more at the Mainstreet Farmers Market website.


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Frequently asked questions about the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market:

When does the market open?

The Saturday market runs from April through November in the Charlie Olliff Square located in the downtown
Sea Island Bank from 9-12:30

Credit Cards and EBT are taken at these markets

The Market also participates in the Georgia Wholesome Wave program which offers 2 tokens for 1 for EBT customers.
Contact 912-764-7227 for more information.

Is there a GSU Market?

Yes and it is held on campus behind the Williams Center in the spring and fall Semesters every other Tuesday from 10-1p.m.  The contact for this market is Michele Martin, Director of the Wellness Center, 912-478-5436   Accepts EBT and Credit Card and 2 for 1 for EBT tokens

Statesboro Market 2 Go is the online market which operates all year long.  The site is   the market opens on line Friday afternoon and you can “shop” until Tuesday at midnight.  Orders are picked up on Thursday at Sugar Magnolia Bakery OR the GSU RAC from 4:30-6:30.  Cash and checks accepted.

Applications can be downloaded from our website at  for Farmers, Food producers and Crafts as well as educational exhibits.  All applications are reviewed according to appropriateness and need for products and in meeting our mission statement and criteria for a local producer market.