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We drive by the Nature’s Fare Market at least twice a day but our trips there to shop have been infrequent at best. And it’s not because of their selection or price, but their business hours are just not very convenient for our family. Today, we literally had 5 minutes to look around and quickly pick what we needed before the store closed at 6:30pm. I managed to only take a few photos so I will have to plan a return trip to really discover what Nature’s Fare had in store for us.
If not for any other reason, I will have to come back to check out some of their mouth-watering prepared food at their in-house Apple Organic Bistro. According to their website, they serve Organic, free-range, grass-fed beef and spinach lasagna, French lentil shepherd’s pie, homemade gourmet pizza, organic curries and stews, free-range roasted chicken, hearty pastas, fresh organic salads and desserts!
The aisles were packed with organic and gourmet snacks, not usually found at the Big Box Stores.
I also noticed a freezer section at the back, but ran out of time to pick up some Sorbet as I really wanted to make sure I got myself seven bottles of Knuden’s Just Black Cherry Juice Bottles. Yes, I love Cherries in all forms… fresh, canned, frozen and juice. More than 2 pounds of delicious fruit per 32 ounce bottle helps ensure that you receive a good dose of all the benefits (including antioxidants) black cherries offer.
And if you are looking for Vitamins and Supplements, about a quarter of the store is set aside for a wide variety of natural health products.
Look for a Revisit Post on Nature’s Fare. I will have to go back and spend some time checking them out. Have you been to Nature’s Fare? What do you usually buy and what do you recommend? I have activated the photo reply on this post, so please feel free to reply back with photos of your favourite products found at Nature’s Fare.