Located in Granbury, Texas, 1890 Marketplace offers “high-quality flavored olive oils, vinegars, and spices” from over 100 countries. The original inspiration for the marketplace came from a “signature spice rub” made in Texas over twenty-five years ago by the father of 1890 Marketplace co-owner “Jason Emerson.” They used the spice blend in cook-offs around Texas, and their cooking won award after award. Jason Emerson saw the potential to “introduce it to the restaurant scene.” Although he is hesitant to sell it, he eventually opened a small spice shop selling their special spice rub, olive oils, and other products. They have a ton of “small batch, high quality olive oil” from a few different regions, and some of them are infused with different flavors.
Experience the rich heritage of the Weatherford Farmers Market, a beloved Texas institution since the 1930s. Originally established by farming families, it continues to thrive under the sole operation of the Hutton family. Discover an ever-changing array of seasonal delights, from vibrant plants and flowers in spring to succulent fruits and vegetables in summer, festive pumpkins in fall, and winter treasures like pecans, firewood, and Christmas trees. Explore this authentic farmers market where Texas-grown produce takes center stage, supplemented by offerings from local producers.
Clearfork Market is a one stop place if you are looking for excellent variety of health conscious and organic food & home products. This “Health Food Store” primarily operates in the Grocery Stores business within the Food Stores sector. They offer vitamins, essential oils, groceries, fresh organic fruit and vegetables, homemade breads, meals, smoothies, and even more. Everyone is friendly and knowledgeable and more than happy to share. It is also the best place to swing into for “gluten free options and local foods” because they offer the biggest selection of gluten free items in the area. They reduced the sugar content on breads, as well as switched to an “organic coconut sugar.” They are also making their purée fresh in house to ensure its freshness.
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