statesboro farmers market logoWant a healthy meal?
Want to support local farmers?
Want to bring our community closer together?

Shop Statesboro Market2Go, the online market associated with the Main Street Farmers Market and the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority!

About us: Statesboro Market2go is made up of local farmers and vendors from Bulloch, Screven, Burke, and other nearby counties who are dedicated to growing and making quality items for your enjoyment. They sell directly to you. All products are delivered at a central pick-up location for your convenience. Market2Go promotes the use of fresh and local products.

How it works: Our process is as easy as 1-2-3!

  1. Create a new account or sign in.
  2. Place your order online between Friday evening beginning at 8 pm and before Tuesday midnight by clicking the tab titled the Market.
  3. Pick up your order on Thursday afternoon.

Once you have successfully submitted your order, growers receive your request early Wednesday morning, allowing them to harvest a fresh product for you.

Statesboro Market2Go runs all year!

Pick-up: Orders are delivered on Thursday afternoon.

Payment: We accept cash and checks, or you may pay online with a credit card. Please note that if you pay online, a 3.5% online convenience fee will be added. We will still accept cash or check at pickup, if you prefer. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ALL PURCHASES MADE.

New – no more membership fee!

We are eliminating the annual membership fee and in its place — because we have to maintain support for the market — we’re instituting a surcharge of 7% on each order, beginning on March 1st.


If you have more questions, please see the Q and A, or contact the market manager at at market2gostatesboro@gmail.com.

Vendor of the Week

Our featured vendor this week is Freeman’s Mill. At Freeman’s Mill the highest quality of product is their chief concern. Their Grits, Corn Meal, and Whole Wheat Flour are Stone Ground from Whole Grains on their 100+ year old granite mills. You can find their products online on Market2Go and at the Main Street Farmers Market, where this Saturday, in addition to the grits, cornmeal and flour, Freeman’s will be offering Miss Nancy’s famous fried apple pies!

Freemans Mill

Sponsor of the Week

Our featured sponsor this week is Ogeechee Technical College, a public institution of higher education that contributes to the economic, educational, and community development of its three-county service area of Bulloch, Evans, and Screven counties. OTC provides technical education programs at the associate degree, diploma, and certificate levels utilizing traditional and distance education methodologies; student support services; adult literacy education; continuing education; and customized business and industry workforce training to the citizens of the communities it serves.

Ogeechee Tech