What are the best places in Cincinnati to buy organic produce?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of StreetAdvisor. Report
I'm not really sure about the best place to buy organic produce, it seems that every time I go to a grocery looking for organic produce I can never find everything I need or some of the selections don't look that good (a frequent occurrence at Kroger). Another option is Meijer; there is a Meijer in Oakley at the Center of Cincinnati shopping area. Also some, if not all, area Target stores have been remodeled to carry more groceries, they may have a small selection of some organic produce items. Overall, I'd say you are probably okay to go to Kroger and, if they don't have all you need, complete your list at Whole Foods.
Christine Schiefer 2yrs+
As SuzM already said, Whole Foods and Findlay Market are definitely great places to buy organic produce. At the same time, if you don't have the time to go to Findlay Market, or want to save money (Whole Foods can be rather pricey), Kroger actually has quite a broad selection of organic items. There's a Kroger in virtually every Cincinnati neighborhood, making it easily accessible, and their products are very affordable. When I buy organic lemons at Kroger, for example, they cost the same as the non-organic.
There are a number of places you can purchase organic produce in Cincinnati. First, check out Findlay Market in Over-The-Rhine. On Saturdays they have a farmer's market where you can find a variety of organic options. The Whole Foods Market at Rookwood Pavilion generally has an excellent selection of organic produce. On Sundays, June through October, you can find organic produce selections at the Hyde Park Farmer's Market.