chelsea holding large jackfruit

Visit to the Yellow Green Farmers Market (Hollywood, FL)

When: Saturdays & Sundays 8am-4pm, year round

Where: 1940 N 30th Rd, Hollywood, FL 33021

Parking: Free* (but we recommend getting there early, the parking lot can fill up)

chelsea holding large jackfruitThe Yellow Green Farmers Market in Hollywood, Florida, was one of the most vibrant markets we have visited! In a 100,000 square foot building with over 300 booths, we were constantly in awe over the variety of goods, services, and foods we were seeing.

We could have spent the entire day exploring the rows and rows of produce, seeing some of our traditional favorites like lovely tomatoes 🍅 and large carrots while also finding new tropical fruits like the massive jackfruit from Francis Fresh Produce 🏝. We discovered the tasty and nutritious Chia Ballz and the perfectly spicy habanero hot sauce 🌶 from Hollywood Heat.

crocheted cactiThis market didn’t stop at food; there were tons of artisans and craft makers with jewelry, art, and clothing as well as a tranquil booth that resembled a spa offering massages. We had a hard time choosing where to stop for lunch with the diverse options, both local to international, but ended up indulging in some delicious handmade Honduran pupusas. We are already excited for our next trip back to South Florida, and the Yellow Green Farmers Market will definitely be on the itinerary!

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