Fresh Produce Market

There’s always something blooming at Wingard’s!

Locally Grown SC Produce & Products

Welcome to Wingard’s Fresh Produce Market

Prodcue Market lexington, SCWingard’s Produce Market takes pride in showcasing produce purchased locally from the farm, with no middle man. 

 

Eat local, buy local, is our motto!

Here at Wingard’s we are passionate about eating and buying local! Working with area farmers, we are making it easier for you to know where your food comes from. By supporting the locally grown food movement we cater to those who care where their food comes from. We are stocking our market weekly with locally grown fruits and vegetables to meet this need.
 

Stop in for the freshest seasonal produce from some of these local farmers:
fresh produce market

  • Blackburn Brothers – Fresh Seafood (Carolina Beach, NC)
  • Clayton Rawls Farms – Tomatoes & Other (Lexington, SC)
  • Countryside Creamery – Pasteurized Whole Milk (Pomeria, SC) 
  • Derrick Gunter – Heirloom Tomatoes (Lexington, SC)
  • Indian River Fruit – Fresh Florida Citrus (Central Florida)
  • Jackson Brothers – Tomatoes, Deer Corn, Corn Stalks (Pelion, SC)
  • John’s Island Tomatoes (John’s Island, SC)
  • Little Mountain Homestead Farms – Hydroponic Bibb Lettuce (Little Mtn, SC)
  • Monetta Asparagus Farm – Asparagus (Monetta, SC)
  • Sease Farms – Spring Strawberries (Gilbert, SC)
  • Severt Farms – Misc Produce (Columbia, SC)
  • Still’s Produce – Pumpkins (Pelion, SC)
  • Titan Farms – Fall Green Peppers (Ridge Springs, SC)
  • V.B. Hook – Misc. Produce (Columbia, SC)
  • Watsonia Farms – Peaches & Organic Vegetables (Monetta, SC)

We are also proud to carry locally produced products from the South including:

We’re Making Honey! live bee hive

While you’re here view a live working observation bee hive. Provided by Bee Trail Farms, you will be able to see a colony of honey bees at work. You will have the unique pleasure and incredible privilege of watching this truly marvelous creature and the selfless organism of its colony doing its thing.