Meet Our Vendors 2021

Meet the 2021 Clemmons Farmers Market Vendors!  Get to know the many interesting stories behind their amazing products.

Darcy Farms

Darcy FarmsOriginally from Indiana, Nick and his family moved to 20 acres in Yadkin County in 2014. Wanting to produce an ethically grown, quality product, he immediately dove into raising chemical-free pigs on pasture. Starting with three pigs that first year, the pig population at Darcy Farms reached its pinnacle with 75 pigs in 2019. Way too many for Nick to handle who is also a stay-at-home Dad for his three children. Over the years, Nick has also added honeybees, pastured eggs, a large garden, and fruit trees. You can find Nick at the Clemmons Farmers Market with a cooler full of frozen pork goodness, honey, eggs, beets, carrots, radishes, kale, cabbage, broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, cantaloupe, pears, and peaches.
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Fishmongers Market

FishmongersFishmongers Market is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Todd & Laura Dawson. They are certified Fish Dealers by NC Marine Fisheries. Their passion to provide the freshest seafood possible reflects in the weekly selections available. Working with NC Fishermen and sustainably managed sources they will have Shellfish including Shrimp, Scallops, and Crab. Fin fish will vary, but will usually include Salmon, Tuna, Grouper, Snapper, Flounder, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Cod, even domestic Catfish and Trout. Stop by to meet, and learn more about them.
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Hanes Farms

Hanes FarmsLexington’s Hanes Farms is owned and operated by Mr. Phil Hanes. Phil revived the farm once he retired from his highway maintenance job a few years ago, as well as purchased an additional sixteen acres to expand the farm. Phil is known by his loyal customers at the market for a variety of fruits and vegetables. A running list of the things he grows includes blueberries, melons, tomatoes, potatoes, squash, cucumbers, beets, onions, lettuce, peppers, sweet corn, and even sunflowers. Despite this vast array of produce he maintains, Phil mostly works the land alone except for occasional help from his nephew next door. Make sure to stop by his booth at the market!
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Homegrown Bubbles

Homegrown BubblesSammantha is a young entrepreneur that started her company based on personal need and experience.  For the majority of her life, Sammantha suffered from eczema and psoriasis.  The stigma of the conditions led to living day to day life with self-consciousness.  So, she began her search for anything that would help alleviate the symptoms.  She started with her diet, and everything going into her body – removing all processed foods, eating farm to table, and drinking plenty of filtered water. By doing this it helped with some of the symptoms but it wasn’t enough.  Then she started researching the personal care products such as soaps and shampoos.  She found that the majority of products contained sulfur, sulfates and paraffins, detergents, and chemicals that most of us cannot even pronounce.  All things that should never be allowed to intentionally be absorbed into our body.

After many trials and errors, she developed a soap that is organic in nature, responsibly sourced, and vegan. She created a soap that doesn’t hurt your skin, nurtures, and gives lots of lather. Stop by her booth for a large variety of soaps with essential oils and activated charcoal which works to clear up acne and detox skin.  Other products include shampoo, lotions, deodorant, bath soaks and so much more!
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Homemade Goods by Amy Sloop Stinson

amystinsonRemember those Grape Leaf pickles Aunt Sue used to make?  Or Grandma's special fried apple pies, made with real dried apples?
Homemade Goods  is where you'll find specialties you've been missing.  Stinson has a home-canning operation based in Winston-Salem, supported by home-grown products from their farm in Rowan County.  They make all kinds of cucumber pickles,  Chow Chow, Pickled Squash, Okra and Mushrooms, each with a unique flavor and crunch.  Jams include low-sugar blackberry, pear and apple from their own orchard, as well as other in-season favorites such as Strawberry and Peach sourced from other growers, and low-sugar Banana Butter and Apple Butter.   "Low sugar" varieties are made with 1/3 less granulated (real) sugar than most recipes, and "no sugar" Stevia varieties are also available.  Homemade Goods has those fresh-made fried apple pies, plus award-winning Peanut Brittle, Black Bean Salsa, and home-canned Vegetable Soup.   And they also offer fresh, juicy Blackberry and Peach pies in season, made with homemade crust.  Pick up a few quilted Bowl Cozies for microwave heating or holding a chilled bowl of ice cream.  Each quilted cozy is unique and fully washable.  
Amy Stinson and her daughter, Katie, are the creative cooks at Homemade Goods.  Come visit!    (Cash, check or credit)

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KingPop

KingpopGerald Dickerson, husband to a wonderful wife and two wonderfully active boys is the owner of KingPop.  Gerald graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2017 with a degree in criminal justice.  However, it was his love of popcorn that made starting this company a reality.  A serious love – he would eat popcorn for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if it was an option.  When given the choice of popcorn, ice cream, cake, or chips, he always goes for the popcorn (okay, maybe chips now and then). Featuring traditional movie butter and kettle corn, Kingpop also offers a wide variety of unique flavors ranging from caramel to banana pudding.  Yes, you read that correctly.  Kingpop features delicious flavors just like your nana’s best desserts! If you love popcorn and want delicious snacks, choose KingPop. A stove popped treat can’t be beat.   Stop by Clemmons Farmers Market on Saturdays to see KingPop in action.
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Laurel Leigh Florals

laurel leighMeet owner, floral designer, and grower, Kristin Berrier with Laurel Leigh Florals. Kristin offers seasonal bouquets at the Clemmons Farmers Market each Saturday. Locally grown flowers are cut fresh, often the same day as they are arranged. They are grown from seed, nurtured to life, then transplanted into the fields, where they are pollinated, weeded and watered. Laurel Leigh Florals gives you an opportunity to experience these nostalgic flowers grown by our ancestors. Laurel Leigh also offers subscription services as well as bouquet and vase arrangements for every occasion. Call (336-940-7883) or email (llgardening@gmail.com) for orders.
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Mousavi Farm

Mousavi FarmMousavi Farm is located near Mocksville. This Mom & Pop farm is home to happy, pasture-raised critters: chicken, turkeys, sheep, honey bees, and livestock guard dogs. When not distracted by their day jobs (general contractor and research scientist), Ali and Susan tend to their critters and grow a variety of veggies, fruits, and herbs and also tackle the endless ‘to do’ list that is farm life. While Integrity is their main product, they offer a range of more tangible products including honey, lamb meat (ground, chops, shank, liver, sausage, special cuts), their famous eggs, chicken (broiler and stewers), turkey (whole dressed, sausage), herbs (fresh, dried), veggies (tomato, eggplant, cucumbers, pumpkin) and fruits (pear, grapes). Ali also has a passion for teaching, which has led him to found his beekeeper academy- American Innovative Beekeeper Academy and to earn state approval for presenting continuing education for NC general contractors. Stop by and visit Mousavi Farm for a chat and wonderful local products.
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Nurture by Nature

Nurture by Nature is a locally based natural wellness company offering premium products for everyday life. Our products are handcrafted using organic & locally sourced, high quality ingredients. We blend ancient remedies with modern recipes to create natural & effective alternatives for all ages. Through our commitment to safety, quality, and the well-being of families, we can make a positive impact on health and wellness with affordable solutions. Established in 2018, we are based in Clemmons, NC, and offer Elderberry Syrup, Teas, Local Honey, Natural Chapstick and more!
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Produce from Heaven

Produce from HeavenMeet owner and operator of Produce from Heaven – Navaeh Chamblee.  Navaeh is the market’s youngest vendor at age 11 and started last year when she was 10.  Many people ask about the business name – Nevaeh is Heaven spelled backwards so it seemed to be the obvious choice.  When Covid hit last year and resulted in schools being closed, Naveah chose gardening as an extra-curricular activity.  Her love and dedication to the new hobby flourished into a small business ran by a 10-year-old-girl with the dream of owning her own land one day to grow a bigger garden.

Naveah grows all of her produce from seeds starting in the greenhouse which was built in her parent’s backyard.  This year, she decided to expand by adding 12 chickens to her farm and will have eggs available for sale.  Each of her chickens has been named – a few favorites include Quiche, Fritatta, Scrambled, Poached …and Naveah’s favorite – Sunny Side Up!

For small orders, Nevaeh can be reached by Facebook: Produce from Heaven or emailed at producefromheaven@gmail.com or her moms phone 336-407-7933. Cash and credit accepted.
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Sheraton Park Farms

Sheraton ParkSheraton Park Farms is owned and operated by husband and wife team Chuck and Saundra Lewis.  Both coming from a background in healthcare, they know first hand the importance of a quality diet made up of clean, health proteins raised on pasture.

Sheraton Park Farms raises meat chickens on pasture, pasture range eggs, pasture raised pork, grass fed beef and pastured turkey.  All their meats are free of hormones, chemicals or prophylactic use of antibiotics.

Chuck and Saundra are passionate about their style of farming and regularly hold workshops and tours on their farm to teach other up and coming farmers how to raise animals the right way using the natural templates found in nature to produce healthy, happy animals."
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Sweet Mornings Farm

Sweet Morning FarmsOwner/Operator Kim TaylorSweet Mornings Farm started in 2012 and processes small batch gourmet jams, jellies, mustards, pickles, salsa, and relishes.  Locally grown produce is used in all products as much as possible, along with low sugar recipes in their jams and jellies.  Kim is a NC State Certified pickle and salsa producer, as well as a NC Department of Agriculture inspected kitchen.  Along with having one of the largest selections of pickled products and jams in the area, they also offer a variety of baked goods including breads, cobblers, and coffee cakes.

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Terrestrial Sauce & Spice Co.

terrestrial spice coWelcome the husband and wife operation from right here in Clemmons, NC.  The story began a few years ago with an abundance of hot peppers! This pepper-mania led to hot sauce experiments with friends and family until they created their favorite recipes. They practice our own sustainable farming, source local ingredients whenever possible and use all-natural preservatives in their products. Today, Chris and Vicki love crafting unique hot sauces, barrel aged mustards and spicy creations in their small batch business.

Chris is in the beverage industry and Vicki is an educator.

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Twin City Farm and Nursery LLC.

Twin City Farm and Nursery LLC. is an up and coming new nursery for the Triad area.  They are truly a family run business including the kids.  Offerings include cactus, agave, succulents, flowers, veggie transplants, herbs, perennials, annuals, and much more.  The first place to look for those hard to find flowers or plants.  They believe that everyone can strive to better our community, and it starts with being local.
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