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Checked Out the Local Produce Stand

Since we now lack a garden, finding a good source of fresh produce has been pretty important to me. The Stater Bros here is adequate (the company started here in Yucaipa!), but I like having smaller and hopefully more local sources for my fruits and vegetables when I can.

There’s a fruit stand… small store, really, just down Yucaipa Blvd a ways. Their prices on their signs always looked promising, so I took a look the other day.

Not bad at all. A smallish selection but definitely cheaper than the grocery store. And the selection was far from inadequate.

I’m not certain as to where the farms they buy from are located, but there are quite a number of local farms, so I have my hopes on that score.

2 replies on “Checked Out the Local Produce Stand”

  1. Joelle says:

    Hi, I just found your blog (and subscribed) via Crunchy Domestic Goddess’ blog. I actually live near you – Yucaipa is about 20 min away. You might be interested to know that in downtown Redlands there is a farmer’s market every Thursday night. I don’t know where the farms get their food. I have just started shopping at farmer’s markets. I have been trying to go green since January. In addition, there is an organic/ health food market in Loma Linda called Clark’s (sells lots of organic fresh foods) and there is another health food store at Loma Linda University called Loma Linda market.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Wonderful! So glad to hear some of the local options. Thank you.

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