Theiss Farms Market Stuebner started in a humble stand under a tree where they sold homegrown tomatoes. They expanded by adding the popular Summer Sweet corn and eventually added more homegrown vegetables and fresh fruits which they grew and harvested in their own farm. Having produced and sold to the Harris County and surrounding counties for over 158 years, the Theiss Family constantly innovated by adding a restaurant and expanded the Theiss Farms Market further by now having two branches and by adding more to their homegrown inventory with other locally sourced items and with items from the other parts of the United States or other countries, like jellies, jams, pickles, as well as other homemade and non-food items.
The Whole Foods Market (Champions) is "conveniently located down the street from Vintage Park". This place has "ample parking and less chaotic than other places in the area". "What we always come here for: THE CHANTILLY CAKE!!! If you ever wondered what a slice of heaven tasted like, here's your chance!" as mentioned by one of their loyal customers. Also, "you can order a specialty coffee, fresh pressed juice, beer on tap, sushi, pizza....all prepared right there while you wait". They have "fresh baked bread, hand made sausage and healthy prepared meals along with your grocery needs". Furthermore, "Amazon prime members also received additional discounts advertised in-store".
Smitty's Meat Market is the “home of the best beef jerky in Texas!” They offer a wide variety of fresh and smoked meats, “freshly made in-house.” They cut fresh steaks to the customer's specifications daily. Smitty's Meat Market also offer quality bacon by the slab and “sliced to the perfect thickness” and they make many different varieties of grilling links that are vacuum packed and priced by the pound. They also carry a line of “pure cane sodas that are made in Texas.” Smitty’s Meat are guaranteed fresh, has great quality and reasonably priced. They also offer an awesome selection of canned and pickled products as well as hot sauces.
District Market Green Grocer. which is located in Houston, Texas, helps give Black-owned businesses another platform to sell products. This is a Black-owned enterprise, so this is Black people looking out for each other and helping each other out. Why shop here? For one, this supermarket is always challenging the price of items in the market and seeks to find ways to offer the lowest price possible. Another reason to shop here is variety. There are lots of items sold here. Fresh produce (like kale, collard greens, avocado, bell peppers, cucumbers, pineapples, apples) and baked products. Home-made sauces and spice mix. Vegan food. District Market Green Grocer also sells all-purpose cleaner. And many other things! Come by anytime and show your support for the community.
Keemat Grocers is a supermarket in the Little India neighborhood of Houston. This store is home to “the largest variety of food products available” from the Indian subcontinent “at the lowest prices possible.” If you are looking for the freshest Indian produce, or “the finest rice, tea, and premium ingredients,” Keemat Grocers will have your needs. The late celebrity chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain even once visited a branch of Keemat Grocers for one of his Parts Unknown episodes.
Harvest Market in Gosling Road brings you both a “full service grocery and a casual dining experience.” It is a one-stop shop for freshness, selection and quality, providing you with the utmost in flavor and nutrition and an “endless array of healthy choices.” They have gathered the best local and international offerings and brought them to their neighbors in Texas. They have a selection of local, organic and conventional groceries, organic food, baked goods, hot bar and salad bar, coffee and tea, wine, natural products and international products. They also have a “specialty coffee shop” with variety of options from espresso-based drinks, multiple versions of cold-brewed coffees, and loose-leaf teas.
Simply Texas Gourmet Foods is a “gourmet spice shop” in the heart of Old Town Spring, Texas that has become an institution in Texas when it comes on providing “Authentic Made in Texas products.” Some of their products include Artisan jerky, hand blended seasonings, gourmet pickled veggies, pepper jellies and hot sauce. If you're feeling brave, they have famous “hot sauce sample cooler” going at full speed! “Owners Jay and Matt” have always been the cooks in the family. They decided to take their passion to the public with their select line of gourmet, hand blended rubs and spices. They’ve spent lots of time and care with these products that represent two lifetimes of cooking experience.
The Theiss Farms Market is a seasonal roadside fruit and vegetable stand open from April through December. They carry fresh produce from their own farm, from local Texas growers, and from out-of-state. The owner is very upfront about the products they carry so just ask! They also have beautiful plants and flowers.The store is open daily except Wednesdays from 10:00am to 6:00pm. According to some reviews, the place has good customer service, and the staff and owners are very knowledgeable. They are especially helpful with tips on how to grow and maintain your plants.
Theiss Farms Market Rayford started out as a weekend stand that "blossomed into a full time, 7-days-a-week market." They were selling homegrown produce like corn, tomatoes, squash, beans, and greens. Theiss Farms Market Rayford had since expanded its items for sale, including other fresh produce and vegetables, which they sourced from a Farmers Market in Houston. From just about 15 homegrown products, to now more than 100 produce items, as well as canned goods, rustic furniture and plants.
Arlan's Market - Oak Ridge North is the Oak Ridge North, Texas branch of Arlan’s Market. This is a family-owned business, with headquarters in Seabrook and San Antonio, Texas. It opened its doors in 1991 and today, Arlan's Market is a popular shopping destination in Texas. If you can't visit the store, you can use Arlan's Go and order online. It gives you two options: to have your groceries delivered to your home, or have them ready for curbside pick up. For years, Arlan's Market - Oak Ridge North has helped locals with their grocery and shopping needs.
The Whole Foods Market (The Woodlands) has an "EXCELLENT rotating craft brew selection on the cheap, very friendly and knowledgeable staff (in all departments), and cheese plates that will blow your mind". Also, "this location has a great lunchtime selection" and "the hot buffet is really and consistently excellent now". "You can get coffee and the deli is open with lots of choices". "Sushi very fresh here" and the "prices a little high but well worth the quality". "But the BEST part is it's family-friendly". Wherein "mom and dad can grab a seat next to their little one, have a drink and a snack" so that "everyone has a lovely afternoon".
Hebert’s Specialty Meats in Woodlands is the only place in Houston to get “gumbo necessities.” It is owned and operated by true Cajuns. They have developed unique seasonings, marinades, stuffing’s, and cooking processes to produce “wonderfully delicious products.” Being home of the original deboned stuffed poultry, they have all the Cajun Favorites including Turducken, Andouille, Etouffee, Crawfish Pie. Their goal is to provide you with a consistent, high quality product and a true Cajun flavor. They have “Stuffed Pork Tenderloin” that is great for grilling or tailgating! The “Marinated Pork Tenderloin stuffed with cream cheese and jalapeno wrapped in bacon” is something that you can’t resist. Their variety of “Stuffed Chicken” also make a quick and easy meal.
The Granary Health Food in Conroe is an excellent “all in one stop for the best prices on supplements and health foods.” The store is always full of the tastiest organic natural cheeses and other dairy products as well as dairy-free alternatives for cheese, milk and more. The variety of choices available for “all types of lifestyles and diets” is spectacular in both supplement options as well as “delicious health food options.” The store sees roughly “600-800 customers during the week,” including repeat customers, and some who travel as far as Huntsville and Katy. If you are looking to shop small and shop local, the Granary Health Foods in Conroe will quickly become your favorite grocery and vitamin shop!
Nourish Market is not your typical grocery store. Its main core is to help people pursue a healthier lifestyle “easier, tastier, and a lot more fun!” From breakfast to lunch, dinner, and even snacks, or for any cravings, Nourish Market got that covered with its wide assortment of products, which are healthy, organic, all-natural, and most important of all, local! This is also a great food source for those with special diets, food restrictions or preferences such as “sugar-free, gluten-free, paleo, primal, raw food and vegan.” Supplements and chemical-free personal care products are also available, to fully live that healthy and all-natural lifestyle!
The Whole Foods Market 365 Independence Heights located at 101 N. Loop West, Houston, Texas offer exceptional value and unique products in a fun and convenient new format. They have everything from fresh fruit and veggies, to meat and seafood, to stellar pantry products. A hot bar, salad bar and lots of ready-to-eat options. You can find a Juice Society that serves functional beverages, superfood lattes and plant-based foods in a beautiful, fun environment. You can also check out Peli Peli Kitchen’s melting pot of flavors feature South African-inspired sandwiches, tacos, salads and entrees. "Pros are that they had some nice large quiches for $10 each, but they were $5 each for Prime members". Also, "there is ample parking and I love the extra discount for Amazon Prime members!" according to one customer.
Leibman's Deli is Houston's premier specialty food store, featuring a selection of “gourmet food items, groceries, and fine wines” from around the globe. This food lover's dream has “well-stocked cheese and deli-meats counters.” Deli sandwiches, panini and salads make up most of the eat-on-premise business, but it's the “take-home gourmet and prepared foods” that will keep you coming back. All come with reheating instructions. They have fine wine selection that is legendary, especially the South African selections. They also offers gift baskets, holiday items, chocolates and candies, coffee and tea. Their deli is second to none, and their corporate & social catering services are sure to make every event a success!
Kraftsmen Baking opened as a “wholesale bakery” in 2002, representing Houston with “true artisan style production” and absolute commitment to quality. Kraftsmen Baking was born when “Chef Tycer” saw a void in Houston’s market for fresh, artisan bread. All products are lovingly “made by hand,” using only the finest ingredients. The flour used is top milled and free from bleaching agents and bromate. No chemical preservatives are ever added, making their breads and pastries “the best product on the market.” Their breads are not only served in the Kraftsmen Cafe, but in local Houston, Austin and Galveston restaurants. Kraftsmen is also BYOB, so bring those mimosas to enjoy brunch on the weekends!
J&R Produce is a fruit and vegetables distribution business. They also have a fruit and vegetable store located at 2544 Airline Dr, Houston, TX 77009. The business was established in January 2011. They purchase direct from local producers and make the product available to many stores in downtown Houston. Expect to find a large selection of fruits and vegetables at the store.
Founded in 1989, G&D Vegetables has been serving Houston fresh fruits and vegetables for over three decades now. The produce is sourced directly from local farmers from all around the state, ensuring that you will be supporting your local growers as well as having some of the best seasonal fruits and veggies at the heart of Houston.
Houston Dairymaids is a ten-year-old venture from seasoned cheese professional, “Lindsey Schechter.” Part business and part exploration, the goal of Houstin Dairymaids is to meet “artisan Texas cheesemakers,” learn about their craft, and bring the best of their products to Houston. They have a Heights shop open to the public full-time, offering a “free tasting of six cheeses.” The free cheese sample selection covers a range of styles, milks, and origins and acts as an introduction to their “collection of over 150 cheeses.” Houston Dairymaids feature mostly American-made cheeses, and highlight Texas cheeses. To complement the cheeses, they also carry fresh bread from Slow Dough Bakery, honey, olives, American-made salami and other cheese accompaniments. They also have a great selection of cheese-friendly wines and beer available.