20 winter farmer’s market picks

While winter often blankets traditional farmers’ markets in snow, our virtual doors stay wide open, inviting you to explore and savor the richness from the spirit of harvest. You’ll discover a wonderful variety of offerings from the comfort of your home—all sourced from dedicated farmers, growers, and artisans.

1. This fruity and tart blend of herbal tea

The warm, fruity notes will remind you of summer and this tea can be served both hot and cold.

2. Raw, unfiltered clover honey

A farmer’s market favorite is often honey! Blue Sage Farms is an excellent place for your unusual and delicious farm fresh honeys.

3. Naturally sweet fruit cider

Sweet Vine produces their juices with 100% muscadine grapes grown in North Carolina with no sugars or additives.

4. Southern spicy relish to give your food a kick

A true southern staple with limitless uses! Eat it like a salsa, put it on your greens, fish, roast, pork, chicken, or in your soups, chilis and stews.

5. Organically made gourmet mustard blend

Boondock Enterprises has some must try mustard flavors–be sure to visit their store to check out the others.

6. Delicious elderberry juice and topping

Elderberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that gives your body a much needed boost to your immune system.

7. Grow mushrooms at home (even in the winter!)

The shiitake mushroom responds very well to cold temperatures and many other types of mushrooms can be grown successfully indoors during the winter too.

8. A handmade snack board

Sassfras Originals creates unique home essentials by hand and upcycles much of their materials.

9. This floral tasting baked bread

Spring is right around the corner with this flower infused bread that is sure to be a hit.

10. Sample popcorn seasonings for movie nights

Why choose when you can get a set? Perfect for those cozy winter movie nights.

11. Add the smell of lilac to your drink

The scent of fresh flowers can perk up any cabin fever you might be experiencing.

12. A best selling, farm grown seasoning

This organic seasoning will remind you of fresh harvest with its bright scents.

13. Make your own oil infusion kit

Simply rehydrate the herbs and add olive oil to make your own Tuscan oil.

14. Taste this homemade jam or jelly

A customer favorite…, there are so many to choose from and they are all delicious.

15. Squeeze your own juices with this juicing lid

If you’re a proud DIYer, you must already have a mason jar around. Simply pop this on top and squeeze out fresh juice.

16. Cover your food bowls sustainably

Easily protect your food by utilizing these fabric covers made by fair trade artisans in Haiti.

17. This handmade, recycled bird feeder

Feeding birds isn’t just for the spring… feeding them in the winter can help them maintain their energy and fat levels to keep warm especially when food sources can be scarce.

18. A nutritious, natural sea moss

Sea moss is known as a good source of vitamins, minerals, omega-3, and fiber and a great food to include in any diet.

19. This creative DIY moss art

Moss can be a low maintenance, natural art display that are created using preserved moss and ferns. They require no watering and very little maintenance. This art piece can add brightness and greenery to your living space.

20. A cute tote bag to carry all of your goodies

Get ready for your next farmer’s market trip with this cute bright tote.