Stay informed about what’s happening on Market2Go and the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market!
The Market is Open!
Thanks for shopping with us and supporting your local farmers!
All of our vendors grow locally in Bulloch and nearby counties. The heat and lack of rain is affecting the crops now, but we still have delicious produce like field peas, peppers, tomatoes, blueberries, squash, zucchini, and some pumpkins!
We also have fresh, local herbs, honey, eggs, coffee, bread, milk, butter, cheese, seafood, shrimp, beef, pork, chevon, garden supplies, candles, soaps, lotions, as well as items that are already prepared and ready to eat.
Bootleg Farm and Southern Swiss Dairy both have their products online on Market2Go. They are no longer regulars at the Saturday Market, so look for them here!
Michael’s Pumpkins is back this year with some locally grown multi-color decorative corn. Perfect for fall decorating!
New vendor Max’s Firehouse Popcorn is on Market2Go! They have over 30 different flavors to choose from, including caramel, pizza, salt & vinegar, and a Boro Mix of caramel, butter, and cheese.
Freeman’s Mill products are back on Market2Go! Find yellow and white cornmeal and grits locally Stone Ground on an R.D. Cole flat rock mill the old-fashioned way.
JS Sharpening from the Saturday market is now offering his sharpening services through Market2Go. Drop off at Market2Go on Thursday and pick up the next Thursday or at the Saturday market.
Did you know that Market2Go has items for your pets? You can find pet food, bones, Wagz Dog Treats, and pet grade raw goat milk from Bootleg Farm.
Remember we have changed locations for our Statesboro pickup to the Statesboro Convention & Visitors Bureau at 222 S. Main St. Hours will remain the same, and our Sylvania pickup will remain the same at Victory Garden General Store.
No more membership fees! To maintain support for the market, we add a surcharge of 7% on each order.
Our featured vendor this week is Michael’s Pumpkins. He will be at the market Saturday, Sept 28st, to celebrate Fall with locally grown decorative pumpkins, gourds, and multi-color corn.