Living Well Market is a farmers market located in Humble, Texas. The goal of this farmers market is to promote the nutrition and wellness of the people in the community. Living Well Market hopes that its presence in the community will pave the way for people to be able to eat healthily. The farmers market is also giving the people the opportunity to explore and achieve wellness. This is the reason why this is a great place for family and friends to spend time in. The market opens at 9AM and remains open till 2PM.
The Farm Stand at Petrol Station may not be as large as most markets but it is an excellent farmers market according to people who regularly shop with them. The market’s motto – “Our Farm Your Food” – reflects the thinking behind the market’s formation. The first market day was organized by Mickey Morales and a few friends in January 2012. Today, they’ve continued to keep it small but honest. Their simple aim is to provide the surrounding community with high-quality food and products, grown and made by real people. There’s no fancy advertising or gimmicks, just good produce and good food.Tip: Skip breakfast and head out early. We hear the breakfast tacos are great! Also, they're no longer at Petrol Station but decided to keep the name anyway.
Buy Local Farmers’ Market at Fall Creek features everything fresh and local! Visiting the market will always be a great experience, with its “awesome variety of local produce, craft persons and local consumable products.” All-natural and organic items including produce, coffee, honey, teas, jams and jellies, hot and ready-to-go food, and different types of cuisine, as well as other interesting deals, can be found at the Buy Local Farmers' Market. “You won’t be disappointed in any aspect of purchasing from your Local Farmers Market vendors.”
Eleanora’s Market started with an idea by founder Federico Cavatore to revitalize the neighborhood feel of the area where they live and do business. Named after Federico's wife, the market first opened in June 2017. Since then, every Saturday, the family’s restaurant parking lot became the neighborhood venue for shoppers to buy fresh produce and browse for unique local finds.Federico’s first father started the restaurant in 1983, and the family has since witnessed the rapid growth of the area. At the pace it was growing, Federico felt the area was losing its sense of community. By gathering local food producers and artisans and giving them a weekly place to do business, he also hopes to restore the area’s sense of community engagement.
A survey of several lifestyle, news, and review websites call the Memorial Villages Farmers Market a hidden gem. Apparently, those who said this and similar other comments have not visited this past winner of a popular Houston magazine’s Local Hero Award for Best Farmers Market in Houston.The First Congregational Church's picturesque grounds act as backdrop for the market. Open on Saturday mornings year-round, rain or shine, the market usually has 40-50 “high quality” vendors. It also features live music, and has ample parking. There are food demonstrations and guest lectures on some days, too.The market is very family friendly with a playground for children nearby, and pet friendly, too. Ultimately, the organizers hope to support local farmers and have a place for the community to bring the family on a Saturday morning. Most important of all, they hope the community’s members are able to build quality relationships with one another.