North End Farmers Market

North End Farmers Market Vendors

Blue Goat Dairy

Rebecca and John Borland run a goat farm in Cat’s Square, NC where they use the goat’s milk to craft soft goat cheeses in a mouthwatering array of flavors (plain too!) – as well as goat cheese “tapenades” and a goat’s milk caramel sauce. They occasionally create other specialty items as well.

Coddle Creek Farms

Steve Young runs Coddle Creek Farms, an apiary in Mooresville, NC, where his family has been harvesting local honey for over three generations. In addition, he also makes a variety of nut butters which incorporate the honey – along with seasonal local produce, baked goods, and a variety of local craft foods.

Deep Roots CPS Farm

DeepRoots CPS Farm is the urban farm business of Deep Roots Community Planning Solutions located on a family homestead in North-west Charlotte, NC – growing on .25 acres a variety of vegetables, herbs, fruits, beekeeping, and raising backyard chickens.

Dukes Bread

Dukes Bread has been crafting quality artisan breads since 2010. They run a nut-free bakery using unbleached, unbromated, and low-processed flour that is GMO-free with no chemicals or additives. Dukes also maintains a 200-year-old sourdough starter that is used in all of its sourdough based breads.

Edgerton Farm

Mac Edgerton’s family has been running Edgerton Farm for nine generations. The 300-acre farm houses Angus cattle along with specially breeded hogs. All of his meats are processed in a USDA-certified facility. In addition to beef and pork cuts, makes a wide variety of sausages.


Charlotte-based Ekologicall sells a full range of zero-waste sustainable alternatives to a variety of everyday products, including produce bags, soap bars, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, toothbrushes, laundry detergent, dishwasher pods, reusable straws, bamboo utensils, and more.

Garden Window Farm

Ben Geiger runs Garden Window Farm, a brand new farm out of Denton, NC. He offers a variety of seasonal vegetables as well as herbs, microgreens, and small flowers. Ben is dedicated to proper sustainability practices with respect for the crops, soil, and water conservation.

Lucky Fish

Featuring fresh seafood caught off the North Carolina coast – as well in its lakes and streams, Lucky Fish offers a wealth of fish and shellfish. They also bring in items from the Gulf, New England, and other areas. Smoked salmon, smoked trout, sturgeon caviar, and other items are also offered.

Mano Bella Artisan Foods

Chef Raffaele Patrizi of Mano Bella Artisan Foods uses simple ingredients to create authentic Italian food made by hand or “fatto a mano” – such as fresh semolina, whole wheat, and gluten free pastas (often using local ingredients), taralli (Italian sourdough crackers), biscotti, and other items.

Mouna Bowa Farms

Located just outside Uptown Charlotte, Mouna Bowa Farms grows customized, premium soil grown & hydroponic microgreens & edible flowers year-round. Products include basil, cilantro, pea shoots, broccoli, sunflower shoots, and more – available individual containers or in pre-packaged mixes.

Pet Wants

Your four-legged family members deserve responsible and sustainable food and treats too! Pet Wants offers all-natural pet food – slow cooked in small batches. No fillers, corn, wheat or soy. Gluten-free. They also sell all-natural treats, apothecary, pet supplements, and pet accessories.

Queen Hemp Co.

Nicole Burnette runs a hydroponic hemp farm in Charlotte, NC. The harvest is converted to a full range of Queen Hemp Co. hemp/CBD products, such as gummies, vegan chocolates, CBD-infused honey, plant-based cosmetics, sublinguals, pet products, and muscle recovery topicals.

Symbio Farm

Symbio Farm is a new ten-acre regenerative farm in Rowan County. Farmer Sienna Mikell raises quail, geese, ducks, turkeys, and chickens to sell their eggs at market. All of the birds eat almost a 100% forage and bugs diet. She also sells a variety of fresh herbs.

Thoughtful Baking Co

Chef Mary Wilson has been part of the Charlotte food industry for over 15 years, including nine at the popular Amelie’s French Bakery before heading out to create Thoughtful Baking Co. She creates savory pot pies as well as dessert pies – all using ingredients from local farms.

Rotating Vendors

In addition to the above, North End Farmers Market also showcases these and other local food artisans & crafters on a rotating basis:

Ashworth’s Cookies craft cookies
Blooms on 16 fresh-cut flowers
Crumbled Nut Bake Shop artisan cookies and treats
Farmhouse BBQ pork, beef, and chicken BBQ
It’s Poppin’ traditional and innovative “K-Korn”
Honeyed Co wooden wick candles, wax melts, and wax sachets
Iris Blossom fresh-cut flowers

The Jugo Bar fresh fruit juices
Magpies savory and sweet hand pies
Rub A Dub All Natural Suds soaps and other personal care products
Tahor Pure Artisan Soaps made with all-natural base oils
Taylor Homestead locally spun yarn, crochet items, and soaps
Thank You Mother Earth hand-poured, 100% natural soy candles
Two Chicks & Co hand-poured coconut blend candles