Live Market Board – Orlando


D’Anjou Pear

Fresh from Washington

Halos Mandarins

Fresh from California; 3lb Bag

White Creamer Potatoes

Locally Grown in Florida

Whole Carrots

Grimmway Farms, 2lb Bag
3 for $5

Cooking Onions

Fresh from Washington, 3lb Bag
2 for $3.49

Green Cabbage

Locally Grown

            • Organic 1lb Mini Carrots
            • Organic Tri-Pack Garlic
            • Organic Squeeze Minced Garlic
            • Organic Girl Salad Mixes
            • Organic Gala Apples
            • Organic Celery Heart
            • Organic Juicing Carrots
            • Organic Rainbow Chard
            • Organic Lacinato Kale
            • Organic Green Peppers
            • Organic Zucchini
            • Organic Rainbow Grape Tomatoes
            • Organic 3lb Bagged Gala Apples
            • Organic Baby Bella Mushrooms
            • Organic Vine Ripe Tomatoes
            • Organic Lady Alice Apples
            • Organic 3lb Yellow Onions
            • Organic Driscolls Blueberries

      • Jumbo Eggs
      • Natalie’s Juices- Assorted Varieties
      • Orange Blossom Honey
      • Monterey Mushrooms-Assorted Varieties
      • Alfalfa Sprouts
      • Bean Sprouts
      • Watercress
      • Cage Free Eggs
      • Yellow Squash
      • Zucchini
      • Fancy Eggplant
      • Corn
      • Boniato
      • 4lb Bagged Valencia Oranges
      • 2lb Chopped Collard Greens
      • Driscoll’s Strawberries
      • Bunched Collard Greens
      • Green Peppers
      • Hydrobibb Lettuce
      • White Creamer Potatoes
      • Bagged Red Grapefruit
      • Red B Potatoes
      • Yukon B Potatoes
      • Green Beans

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)