Farm-To-TableGrab a basket and your shopping list and hit the market to gather fresh farm fruits, vegetables, baked goods, meats, and cheeses from West Virginia to bring to your table. The Mountain State has the highest percentage of family-owned farms in the nation, so our farmers’ markets offer some of the freshest and most varied produce selections anywhere. Our small family farms and significant indoor marketplaces make it sustainable to buy local and eat healthy in West Virginia.
Farm Fresh Favorites
Located in the capitol city of Charleston, the Capitol Market is the area's one-stop shop for fresh produce and meat. Indoor vendors include The Purple Onion, Johnnie's Fresh Meat Market and even Holl's Chocolates while outside, vendors from all over the state offer a wide variety of tasty fruits and vegetables. The year-round market, housed in a repurposed train station, also offers magical farm-to-table dinners.
The Centre Market in Wheeling is actually older than the state itself! Built in 1853, the historic district is now home to an art gallery, consignment shops, antique boutiques and the famous Coleman's Fish Market, a local institution with fresh seafood every day. Other vendors include Valley Cheese, a locally sourced cheese shop and Oliver's Pies, high-quality, homemade pies. You never know what hidden treasures you may find.
Wardensville Garden Market
Wardensville Garden Market is a local initiative to give back to the community in the Potomac Highlands region. Working with high school students, the nonprofit cultivates learning through agritourism on a 100-acre farm. The farm is certified organic and offers a made-from-scratch bakery and fresh produce market.
The Wild Ramp
Specializing in local produce, meat, eggs, milk and more, The Wild Ramp in Huntington is a community supported market offering year-round fresh food. The market even created its own meal-prep and prepared dishes through a program called Harvest Kitchen. Finding farm fresh ingredients has never been easier.
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