Yellow Green Farmers Market
It's free and easy to find
Saturdays and Sundays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Yellow Green Farmers Market is a 100,000 square foot open warehouse with many things to offer. Basically, it is a combination of an indoor flea market and a food market. The name is somewhat misleading since you would expect more produce vendors and they are only like five. However, the place is big enough to enjoy the visit. Here you will find locally-grown fresh vegetables for a lower price than what you find at grocery stores. For example, I bought a huge green avocado for $1.50 that usually costs more than $2.00 at Publix
On the other hand, this place is ideal for pet lovers. Here you can find natural pet food, healthy dog treats, and group of pet rescuers - in case you are planning to increase your family- . Since pets are allowed, many people are shopping with large size dog breeds, so, I don't recommend you to go if you are afraid of them.
Since I have a daughter with milk and egg allergies, I found this place very useful. There is a stall that sells a flax seed bread and natural products to heal eczema.
Other stalls also sell natural alternatives to medical conditions. I found interesting two stalls; one with a traditional healer and other with a clairvoyant reader.
There are plenty of stalls with foods from around the world. For example, Peruvian ceviches, Latin American empanadas, Jamaican patties, French pastries, Mediterranean food, Mexican tacos and more. The market offers live music, chef demonstrations and activities for kids (face painting, ceramic painting, coin ride machines).
Some of the Best Sellers:
1) Olive Oil Station Booth #352: it seems there are hundreds types of olives and they also have infused olive oils with different flavors
2) Mozzarita Booth #346: fresh and delicious mozzarella (samples available)
3) La Baguette Booth #111 & #112: delicious little pastries
4) The Good Earth Booth #31: Amish cheese and fresh eggs
5) Coconut guy: for $3 you can enjoy a delicious coconut juice and when you finish you can ask him to chop it up to eat the inside.
Other things you can find are jewelry, clothing, flowers, gifts hammocks, vegan soaps, dried fruit, smoothies, organic honey, hot sauces, spices, pasta, and artisan crafts.
What I like the most of this place is the fact that vendors are very friendly and they take time to explain you if you have questions.
Where is located?
Located right next to the I-95, just off Taft St at 1940 N 30th Rd, Hollywood, FL 33021