Nash County Farmers Market will Open Apr. 4, 2020

Source: Rocky Mount NC Farmers Market.
Source: Rocky Mount NC Farmers Market.

The Nash County Farmers Market’s Opening Day will be held as planned. Come and pick up essential foods and other goods at the 2020 farmers market on Saturday, April 4, 2020, 8am-1pm.

According to market manager Maurine Brown:

“We are following the recommendations from NCSU Food Safety for Farmers Markets.

“According to guidance from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, farmers markets fall under the same classification as grocery stores and are considered an important source of food for local communities.”

The precautions being taken include:

  • Hand washing stations will be available throughout the market.
  • All vendors will be spaced apart to allow for social distancing.
  • Concession stand, sampling and onsite food and drink consumption has been suspended.
  • On-site dining spaces have been eliminated.
  • Frequent cleaning and sanitizing of market equipment.

All market visitors and vendors need to follow the NC Governor’s mandate and stay six feet apart. For everyone’s safety, avoid touching items unless purchasing them, and stay home if you’re ill or have been exposed to coronavirus.

The market is located at 1006 Peachtree Street, Rocky Mount, NC. Read more about the Nash County Farmers Market in the Rocky Mount Mills Historic District at

Follow the Nash County Farmers Market updates on Facebook and Twitter.

Opening Day Vendors

Here are the vendors and products planned for the market Opening Day.  Many of the vendors will be offering pre-ordering, farm or off-site pickup, and even delivery service. During the market hours, curbside pickup will also be an option. Vendor contact information is included below for those wishing to make arrangements.

Visit to see what each vendor offers and view more contact details.


Ed. Note: Thank you to Maria Garcia of 3 Stars Kettle Corn for reaching out and providing vendor Opening Day details.

Nash County Farmers Market opening day kettle corn special. Source: Maria Garcia
Nash County Farmers Market opening day kettle corn special. Source: Maria Garcia


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