Jacksonville Farmers Market Celebrates 75 YearsOctober 11, 2013 21 comments Print Article
Many believe that Jacksonville is a community that lacks a marketable attraction. The type of unique and enjoyable travel destination that helps a city create a name for itself. Just west of downtown, we already have that type of destination in the Jacksonville Farmers Market. This weekend, the Jacksonville Farmers Market is celebrating 75 years of serving the First Coast in the form of a three-day Anniversary Celebration & Fall Festival filled with family-friendly activities, entertainment, and food, creating an ideal opportunity for the greater community to explore this special local landmark.
Photo Tour: A Look Inside The Jacksonville Farmers Market
Beans, peas, rice and lentils are examples of what can be found at Tony & Rosa's Produce and Ron Bargas Produce. Both are on the west side of the middle aisle in the rear half of Building One.
A tomato display at Dover's Produce. Dover's is located in the front orange building at Jacksonville Farmers Market and open eVERY day, from dawn to dusk.
Spouses Bakery & Deli is open every Saturday and Sunday.
Olive My Pickle is open at the Jacksonville Farmers Market every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This vendor offers a wide variety of high quality olives, pickles, hummus, stuffed grape leaves, KimChi and Baba Ganoush.
The Green Spot has added citrus trees to their inventory of plants, flowers, organic gardening materials, basket & planter arrangements and white Tupelo honey.
A line up of jams, jellies, marmalade, pickled and other preserves at Glennette Produce.
Organic produce at long time vendor, Meteor Street Produce, every Friday through Sunday.
A display of South Carolina peaches at peak quality.
All Natural Juice Bar specializes in all natural fruit juices.