Duke Farmers Market Opens April 27

The weekly market on the Duke Medicine Pavilion Greenway outside of the Trent Semans Center for Health Education runs through Sept. 28

Peaches on a table.
Angelica Medina, of Zulia Bakery, explains some of her offerings to Duke Health resident Anne Rose Cavalier at a 2022 Duke Farmers Market event. Photo by William Snead, University Communications.

In 2023, 10 cash-only vendors – including local Gabor Farms and Lyon Farms – will appear weekly at the market, selling a variety of goods, including produce, jellies and jams, milk, flowers, coffee, and baked goods.

Bulkogi Food Truck, a Korean barbecue vendor based in Durham, and Vic’s Pizza Truck, which sells New York-style pizza by the slice or pie, will also be on site each week providing lunch options.

Attendees who need cash can access the 24-hour ATMs in the lobby of the T Level of Duke University Hospital or the basement level of Duke Clinic, outside of the food court.

Each week of the market, LIVE FOR LIFE staff members will be available to help attendees connect with other health and wellness resources and answer questions.

Share your story and photos from the Duke Farmers Market each week for a chance to win a special insulated grocery shopping bag from Working@Duke.