7 votes
Certified Farmers Market at Old Town La Quinta
 

top recruiters for Certified Farmers Market at Old Town La Quinta

  • Berthha Reinier
  • 2015 days, 12 hours ago
They carry organic and very fresh produce, fruits, olive oils, cheeses, and goodies. All vendors are very friendly. If you have a question about their product, they will give you the very best and truest answer.

most recent votes for Certified Farmers Market at Old Town La Quinta

  • Audrey Reed
  • 2014 days, 14 hours ago
We love the farmers and the products. Truly we are missing the great organic veggies and fruits that keep us healthy during the time the market is here, and now we are searching for the same quality. We love that there are the dog sitters for our puppy and how much time and consideration has been put forward by the vendors and cooperation with the stores and cafes in Old Town to make an enjoyable Sunday morning.
  • Anonymous
  • 2015 days, 5 hours ago
Fresh, organic produce - local growers - nearby
  • Berthha Reinier
  • 2015 days, 12 hours ago
They carry organic and very fresh produce, fruits, olive oils, cheeses, and goodies. All vendors are very friendly. If you have a question about their product, they will give you the very best and truest answer.
  • Francesca Vacatello
  • 2016 days, 10 hours ago
It's the best thing since sliced bread! LOVE fresh food, especially organic! I must plug Lichen-z-Farm:) Never had better greens anywhere as the ones from Tina's hydroponics gardens! Everyone at that market, which is now closed for the summer, is outstanding!! The oils, cheese, bread from the Temecula group! And the dates from Mecca..flowers and especially, the Orchids! All good stuff.. Music, it's done well.. Can't wait to go to it again in the fall! Thanks!
  • Anonymous
  • 2016 days, 18 hours ago
I love the atmosphere. There is a wonderful coffee shop along the market strip. Last time I went there was a cooking demonstration to boost awareness for a program to help children learn to eat better. There is always music and wonderful crusty bread, succulent dates from a local grower, the Bautista family, oyster mushrooms, and of course assorted veggies.
  • toria vickers
  • 2017 days, 13 hours ago
  • Luis Garzon
  • 2017 days, 15 hours ago
They have great produce and it is fun to go to old town and shop for vegetables and fruit. The stores do not have produce as fresh. Much of it is picked green and kept almost frozen and ripened with an ethanol gas. When I cook I want good tasting fresh vegetables and fruit. I buy at the farmers markets and fruit stands in the area.