If you enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables like me, and prefer to buy at smaller markets, here are a couple of places you may want to check out soon.
What a great place conveniently located next to LA Fitness in the Pine Trail Square Shopping Plaza. Parking can be limited at times, so you may want to park across the street. Plenty of little shopping carts in front of the store and nice wide entrance doors. Clean and well lit areas invite you inside.
Great selections of fresh fruits and vegetables, assortments of beans of all types, a good size dairy section with salads and ready-made sandwiches, breads, flatbreads and cookies.
What’s good about these smaller local green markets is that you can come in, find what you need and check out pretty quickly. There are no long isles to go through if all you need is just fruits and veggies. They have 5 cash registers available and usually 2 are always open, service is quick and easy. They accept cash and credit/debit cards. The store is clean and the employees are very friendly and helpful to their customers.
Inside you will find breads, flatbreads, canned products, kosher products, fresh eggs, honey and lots more fruits and vegetables. Prices are really good and people very helpful and friendly.
Palm Beach Outlets Greenmarket
The Palm Beach Outlets will be hosting a greenmarket every Saturdays in June from 10 am. to 4 p.m.
On June 7th, kids will enjoy meeting ELSA and Anna from the movie Frozen, Spider-Man, and The Princesses: Ariel, Snow White and Belle!!
Come by for lots of fun for the kids.
on the Waterfront
West Palm Beach, Fl.
Open until May 31st, 2014
from 9 am to 1 pm
CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER SEASON
The largest in South Florida, the WPB Greenmarket celebrates the opening of its 19th season with a “Taste of the GreenMarket” tasting event, during which many vendors will offer free food samples. Also live orchestra performance and a mimosa (for purchase) and you’re ready for a fabulous morning.
This season, the West Palm Beach market has 105 vendors with new kiosks selling organic granola, kettle corn, Belgian waffles, produce and natural personal care products. The market will be open every Saturday through May 31.
Free parking in the Banyan and Evernia Street garages during market hours. Many people love to bring their dogs. So come by with family and friends and see what’s new while enjoying the beautiful Waterfront views.
For more information, map, vendor applications, please see their website at: