Freshfields Farm Jacksonville

Freshfields Farm Jacksonville
5555 University Blvd W
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
(904) 652-2810

info@freshfieldsfarm.com

Store Hours:
Open Daily: 9:45am – 6:15pm
Labor Day (9/7) 9:45am – 5pm

We’re Not Open:
Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day

Helpful Shopping Hint:
We have TWO entrances to our parking lot! One is located off University Blvd AND the second is located off of Spring Park Road.

***Refunds require receipt and return of merchandise within 10 days of purchase

Live Market Board – Jacksonville



 

Produce

3LB Halos

Fresh from California,
5.79ea

Whole Pineapples

Grown in Coasta Rica, XL
$2 for $5

6oz Blueberries

Fresh from Mexico,
2 for $4

Kent Mangoes

XL size, Grown in Brazil
3 for $5

Roma Tomatoes

Grown in Mexico
1.69 lb

Bunched Broccoli

Grown in the USA
2 for $6
 
 
 
 
    • Organic Wheatgrass
    • Organic 8oz Baby Bella Mushrooms
    • Organic Lacinato Kale
    • Organic Girl Salad Mixes
    • Organic Minced Garlic
    • Organic Rainbow Chard
    • Organic Green Beans
    • Organic Baby Bunch Carrots
    • Organic Red Cabbage
 
  • Jumbo Eggs
  • Cage Free Eggs
  • Natalie’s Juices- Assorted Varieties
  • Orange Blossom Honey
  • Boniato
  • Watercress
  • Jalapeno Peppers
  • Green Cabbage
  • Poblano Peppers
  • Pecans
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Kick The Cans

kickthecans_02Kick the cans this year!

A new year inspires a fresh start; especially with the foods we feed our bodies. Dieting trends come and go, but simply getting back to nature will always be the best nutritional approach to health which promotes weight control and disease prevention. Even some popular diets (i.e., Paleo, Clean Eating) promote whole foods that are closest to their natural state over pre-packaged, processed and fast foods. The concept is simple: eat like our ancestors, before the modern diet of refined foods and unnatural fats, which are major culprits in obesity and degenerative diseases like diabetes and heart diseases. Freshfields Farm is the ideal place for fresh, whole, superior foods at affordable prices. Follow these tips when shopping fresh for your best health:

Fill your cart with:

  • Foods with little/ no processing: those which are perishable within a week or so, with very few ingredients. A once-a-week stocking of the refrigerator with a monthly stocking up on dry goods is the most healthful way to shop. The following foods should make up the majority of your daily diet:
    • Lean meats, poultry and seafood: great sources of protein, B vitamins, iron and healthy fats. Look closely at your labels. For instance, Freshfields Farm offers Farm fresh chicken with no water or sodium “enhancements” added
    • Antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables like grapes, pomegranates and blueberries and greens like spinach, kale and collards, which offer disease prevention. Use our Colors of Health in-store signage to determine the specific health benefits of each color.
    • Healthy fats such as avocados, fish, nuts and seeds: promote healthy cholesterol levels.
  • Seasonal Produce: For instance, in winter months, citrus, collards, cherries, and asparagus, just to name some.
  • Natural Detoxifiers: Incorporate produce that naturally helps rid your body of toxins including grapefruit, beets, lemons, limes, garlic, artichokes, broccoli, ginger, red radish and apples.

Try keeping your refrigerator and fruit bowls stocked with fresh items instead of your pantry stocked with processed foods with long ingredient lists, and see how much better you look and feel this year!

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Organic Picks


We’re proud to offer a growing selection of USDA Certified Organic Produce; these items are our ”Organic Picks”. Depending on the season, you may find apples, carrots, mushrooms, garlic, berries, celery, onions, salad mixes and more! Once you’re here, you can find our Organic Picks by looking for the signs like the graphic to the left. Did you know: According to the USDA,, “The use of GMO’s is prohibited in USDA certified organic products.”
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Local Picks

Whenever possible, we buy produce grown here in Florida. As with our Organic Picks, our locally-grown selection will vary from season to season, but some things you may find are Driscoll’s strawberries, collard greens, corn, honey, mushrooms, orange juice and more that were grown by our local farmers! We call these items “Local Picks”; you can find them throughout our store by looking for the symbol to the left. Exactly what is “Local”? We follow the USDA’s  acknowledged definition: Product that is transported less than 400 miles from the origin of the product (which is also about a day’s drive)
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