New Smyrna Farmers Market

  • February 2, 2013 · 8:30 AM
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Please join me for this farmer's market walk-along. There will be a lot of local, organic produce, grass fed beef, pastured eggs, fresh bread and much more!

Shop for the week or just come along for the enjoyment.

In addition to the New Smyrna Beach Farmer's Market on Sam Avenue, I will also be visiting the split-off group down at Norwood's - it's a 5 minute drive to get there. I can talk about that more when we meet.

If you sign up and then change your mind, please change your RSVP. That way we won't be standing around at the corner waiting for you!



*Bring an umbrella if it looks like it's going to rain. Also, bring cash. Most vendors don't accept cards or require a minimum purchase. *


Looking forward to seeing you all!



It's a great way to kick off the weekend!


Shop Locally * Support Your Local Farmers * Plant a Garden

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  • Alicia

    I love going to the NSB markets. FYI - For $20 I got a huge bunch of kale (HUGE), two giant turnips, two very large kohlrabis, a head of escarole lettuce, three tomatoes, two giant carrots, to big onions, a big head of broccoli - all local and organic. Who says you can't eat healthy on a small budget is not doing their research. Plus I got a dozen pastured eggs for $4. Food for the week and beyond. Come along next time!

    February 2, 2013

    • Jeff

      Yeah I spent like $14 and filled up the fridge!!! Thanks for the tour...and the ideas on cooking things I didn't know were edible!!!

      1 · February 4, 2013

    • Alicia

      Was great having you along, Jeff!

      February 4, 2013

  • Jeff

    Are the prices at these markets reasonable? I saw Publix is selling "fresh organic eggs for like $10 a dozen and almost had a heart attack

    1 · January 28, 2013

    • Alicia

      Jeff - very affordable. I rarely spend more than $20 and have so much food I can barely carry to the car. A dozen eggs at Living Roots is $4 - and they are from free roaming chickens - you saw them at Lunch on the Farm. I'll show you around when you come on Saturday.

      January 29, 2013

  • Sandi G.

    would love to except I will be on a ski slope in Vermont

    1 · January 28, 2013

    • Alicia

      That sounds like fun, Sandi - except for the snow part. ;) See you one of these next times!

      January 29, 2013

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