RDU Area ‘Stay at Home’ Local List

Local AgriBusinesses Need Our Support and We Need Theirs

The following merchants either offer agricultural food products produced locally or they have been involved with past or planned AgBio+AgTech meetings and events. They are all offering access to their products and services in some capacity during the Stay at Home order issued by Governor Cooper. In some cases links are to business social media sites to provide the most current resource. NC State Cooperative Extension provides guidance on Covid-19 Food Safety.

This list will be updated at 2 pm daily. Please send recommendations for additions to angel@agbioagtech.com

Local Farms and CSAs

Carolina Farm Stewards: ‘Social Distancing Pick-Ups and More’ – A map of local farms with phone numbers to “Call before you go”!

Carrboro United – Pick up fresh produce, quality meats and prepared meals three times a week in the heart of Carrboro

The Pleasant Bee – and other local vendors will be set up in the North Hills Commons next to Ben & Jerry’s. There is an easy drive in and out mini-market (also listed below as Midtown Farmers’ Market) which will be in operation every Saturday starting April 4 from 10 AM until Noon.

Midtown Farmers’ Market – The official market season kicks off April 18th with guidelines for distancing and tent placement and food only sales of produce, meat, eggs and prepared food items, but every Saturday starting April 4 from 10 AM until Noon, a mini market also called Winter Market will offer a drive through service for food items. 

Breweries

Durty Bull Brewing Company – Durham based brewery is still offering curbside pickup and delivery (message 919.297.8262 for delivery – $25 minimum, $5 fee)

Raleigh Brewing Company – Although the brewery is closed you can still find their products at Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Piggly Wiggly, Total Wine, Weaver Street Market, Wegman’s and Whole Foods