Location: On the Duke Medicine Pavilion Greenway, outside the Trent Semans Center for Health Education, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. (view a map)
September produce is here. You can expect to see apples, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, figs, grapes, green beans, hot peppers, peaches, pears, plums, onions, squash, sweet potatoes and tomatoes.
Have your choice of lunch with tamales from Soul Cocina, Persian food from Pomegranate Kitchen, Angus beef or portabella burgers from NOSH, fresh salads from the Searle Center Makus Empanadas and Nazara Indian Bistro.
Also on Friday:
- Stock up on spices at Momma T’s Southern Indian Spices. All spices are handmade with ingredients sourced from North Carolina. Selections include: garam masala, lentil masala and peanut masala.
- Pick up whole bean coffee, cold brew and coffee mugs from Caballo Rojo Coffee.
- Buy handmade bowls, ornaments, mugs and vases at Lauren Sumner Pottery.
- Browse Lo & Behold Naturals’ selection of skincare products, scented oils, face wash and more.
- Find artwork at Amy Richards Illustrations. Amy Richards is a Raleigh-based artist who finds inspiration from vintage children’s book illustrations.
- Shop for pendants, earrings, bracelets, canvases and artwork and jewelry at Bordeaux Lane Studio.
Share your market photos with Working@Duke on social media using #HealthyDuke.