There are plenty of places to buy your groceries in Phoenix Arizona, bit few that supply the consistent quality of Town and Country Farmers Market. Every Wednesday between the hours of 10am and 2pm you can count on local farmers like McClendon’s to bring in the organic fruits and vegetables that we know are good for us. And if you haven’t had the privilege of comparing an organic piece of fruit to one that is conventionally farmed then it’s no wonder that people are still buying their produce in the traditional grocery stores.
Town and Country Farmers Market
If you are having thoughts of eating healthier meals you will be making a great start by getting your fruits and veggies at the Town & Copiuntry Market where the food purveyors and farmers bring the best available food in the valley to us at 20th & Camelback on Wed mornings.
What about Bread?
The Bread Basket Bakery makes and sells the best breads you can find here in the valley. There are none of those icky preservatives, and only natural; ingredients. I especially like the sliced 9 grain bread and my 9 year old daughter loves the honey wheat made with whole grain (I like that my kid likes healthy food). Make sure to buy a few loaves at a time, and toss a couple in the freezer so that you don’t have to settle for second rate at the big box grocery store.
Absolutely Delightful Arizona Honey
Absolutely Delightful Arizona Honey is a great little family business that began selling honey supplied by 5 local bee keepers from various Arizona areas: Wickenburg, Buckeye, Camp Verde, Flagstaff, Mesa, & Lake Pleasant. The various locations make each batch of honey have it’s own distinct subtle flavor. I absolutely recommend Absolutely Delightful Arizona Honey at the Town and Country Farmers Market.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PHOENIX FARMER’S MARKET?
I’d love to discover another alternative if I happen to miss getting to the Wednesday Town & VCountry Farmers Market and can always use another suggestion from my friends online, so let me know if you have any ideas.