The South Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Certified Roadside Market Program was established in 1972, the first official roadside market program in the state. Because they must meet certain standards, we are confident that the roadside markets in the program are reputable and offer a good supply of South Carolina farm products. South Carolina farmers are constantly looking for new ways to market their products and make their farms more profitable. At the same time, they want others to take an interest in the origin of their food and in those who spend their lifetime producing it.

Certified Roadside Market Application

Certified Roadside Market Checklist

Use this resource to determine whether or not your market should meet our standards.

For a listing of all Roadside Markets across the state, check out this interactive map from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). For a listing of all the South Carolina Department of Agriculture’s (SCDA) Certified Roadside Markets, click here.

For more information, please contact:

Suzy Ellison

Total: 147 Roadside Markets

Total: 147 Roadside Markets