Camp North End Unveils Vendors For New Outdoor Farmers Market
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Camp North End officials invite guests to purchase fresh produce and local goods at North End’s Farmers Market beginning April 28th, as they announce their first batch of vendors joining the outdoor market.
Officials with ATCO Properties & Management, owner and developer of Camp North End, say the market located on Keswick Avenue will be open Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. April through October, and will bring together 16 permanent vendors and 10 rotating vendors.
Officials say these vendors include local farmers, ranchers, food artisans, and crafters, and vendor applications will be accepted on a rolling basis here.
Farmers Market Management Services will run the market, and officials say the market will be able to redeem benefits for those on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
“Fresh food access has been a longtime priority for residents and businesses in the North End corridor, and we are proud to partner with Farmers Market Management Services to continue these ongoing community efforts,” says Tommy Mann, Development Director at Camp North End. “This market is a great amenity for our office tenants and the surrounding communities, and we are confident that it will be a weekly draw for people from across the city.”
Check out the line-up of vendors for North End’s Farmers Market below:
- Blue Goat Diary, offering freshly made goat cheese.
- Deep Roots CPS Farm, offering vegetables, herbs, fruits and more.
- Duke’s Bread, offering fresh bread from scratch.
- Edgerton Farms, a family-owned farm offering fresh produce.
- Ekologicall, offering eco-friendly products.
- Garden Window Farm, offering seasonal produce.
- Lucky Fish, offering fresh caught seafood.
- Mano Bella, specializing in artisanal Italian food products.
- Mouna Bowa, offering high-quality, greenhouse grown microgreens and herbs.
- Nebedaye Farms, offering Moringa – a staple of Indian and southeast Asian cuisine.
- PetWants, offering all-natural pet food.
- Queen Hemp, specializing in hand-crafted, full spectrum hemp products.
- Symbio Farms, offering fresh produce.
- The Wandering Bean, specializing in freshly roasted coffee.
- Thoughtful Baking, offering chicken and plant-based pot pies and desserts made from scratch.
- Yucayeke Farms, offering herbal medicines.
- Bun Appetit, offering freshly made cinnamon buns from scratch.
- Crumbled Nut, offering craft cookies and other treats.
- Farmhouse BBQ, offering grass-fed beef, pasture-raised port and GMO-free side dishes.
- Iris Blossom, specializing in bespoke floral arrangements and bouquets.
- It’s Poppin, offering gourmet kettle corn.
- MagPies, offering East Indian foods.
- Rub A Dub, offering soap & body products.
- Tahor Soaps, offering handmade soaps.
- Two Chicks Candles, offering handmade candles and bath products.
- TYME Candles, specializing in handmade candles.