The Best Farmers Market in the U.S. is in Miami, Florida


Most people would probably say that choosing the best farmers market in the country would be based on selection, prices, quantity, how much is organic, crowds, and overall experience.

For me, it is much more simple.

Which farmers market will dictate my entire travel schedule just so I can be there for it?

The only one that fits this criteria is the farmers market put on by Glaser Organic Farms in the Coconut Grove section of Miami. I will literally book my plane tickets so as to guarantee I am in Miami on a Saturday, the only day of the week that it is open.

What makes it so great?

Not only can you shop from a very wide selection of fresh and organic fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, crackers, and other assorted dried goods, but you can sit down and have the most amazing raw food lunch.

You’ll be able to pick from a huge raw salad bar, nori rolls, pizza, fruit cakes, juices, nut milks, coconut waters, and desserts.

But most notably, you’ll get to eat the best raw ice cream that I have ever had. And having eaten raw ice cream from the top raw food restaurants all over the U.S., I firmly believe that nothing is as good as the one here.











If you live anywhere in South Florida or are making a trip to Miami, make sure to check out the farmers market by Glaser Organic Farms in Coconut Grove.

It is an absolute must-visit destination for me whenever I am in town and when I lived in Miami from 2005-2008, I was there every single Saturday, without fail. It is that awesome.

The market is open on Saturdays at 3300 Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove from 10-7 and for directions, click HERE.


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  • Brian says:

    Sorry but this post is a fail. I was a resident of Miami Beach for 3 years and attended most of the farmer’s markets in the miami metro area while I lived there. While this market offers a 100% organic produce selection, a substantial portion of this produce is NOT grown on the farm. Actually, it’s not even grown in the region of Florida, it’s flown in from CALIFORNIA. Sorry but I’d opt for whole foods over the prices at this farmer’s market. Yes some of their products such as nut butters are heavenly, but you can get these exact same products from this farm for the same price at any whole foods at the same high price.

    There is a nice market now at the miami beach botanical garden that you should check out next time you are in town.

  • Damn I wished I lived close by, I would visit this place all the time!

  • Roger Stillman says:

    That looks very nice. I haven’t been to that farmers market but the Saturday Farmers Market in San Francisco at the Ferry Plaza is pretty awesome too. They do not allow anything but organic and or sustainable products and all of the vendors are local and sell only seasonable so it is rewarding to have a plethora of incredible varieties available. The food look fresh and gorgeous all the time.

  • huguette Wilhm says:

    sound wonderful…is there a way I can have some of these veggies and fruit send to me in Kansas.

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