Ever wonder what the difference between locally grown and organic produce is? Well, the produce vendors at Kendall Village Farmers Market at Kendall Village Center offers both options and can provide information on each of the produce they offer!
Did you know? Locally grown refers to produce that is grown in the South Florida area and supports small, local farmers and organic produce is free of synthetic additives such as pesticides or dyes.
Find locally grown and organic fruits and vegetables at our market each week while enjoying lunch, live music and the best produce specials at Enrique’s Produce Stand:
Pineapples(Large): $4.00 each (Peeled and Chopped for Free)
Oranges and Tangerines: 4/$1.00
Bananas: 75 cents/lb.
Red Apples: 3/$1.00
Strawberries: 2 packs/$4.00
Blackberries: 2 packs/$5.00
Red Potatoes: 50 cents/lb.
Sweet Potatoes: $1.00/lb.
Sweet Onions: $1.00/lb.
Butternut Squash: $1.00/lb.
Yellow Squash: $1.50/lb.
Green and Yellow Plantains: 3/$1.00
Red Peppers: $1.00/each
Yellow and Orange Peppers: $1.50/each
Green Peppers: 75 cents/each
Kendall Village Farmers’ Market conveniently located at one of the area’s premier open-air shopping destinations – home to the Farmers’ Market, Old Navy, Gap, Pier 1 Imports, Lane Bryant, Famous Footwear, Ann Taylor, Chuck E. Cheese’s and more!
Located at 8705 SW 124th Avenue (west of the FL-Turnpike off 88th Street and north on 124th Avenue). The market is open every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.