Straight From The Fields To Your Cart

'We started selling fruit on the side of the road. Now we retail the most produce in town.'

- Henry Detwiler

This Is Where Eat Fresh For Less Started

Produce is what Detwiler’s Farm Market is known for. It’s a farmer’s market inside of a grocery store. It’s not uncommon to see a mountain of broccoli or a pyramid of sweet potatoes when you first walk in. The fruits and veggies are the epitome of “Eat Fresh for Less.” We buy direct. We source locally when we can. We do everything in our power to provide you the freshest, healthiest harvest at the lowest price. Our produce is the envy of big supermarket chains. And we’ll do our best to impress you every single day.

Florida Local

We truly are blessed with the produce that grows right here in our Sunshine State. Detwiler's teams up with only the best local farmers and growers in our state to make sure the customers get the best fruits and vegetables available. Our most popular vegetables during their respective seasons are red & green peppers, cucumbers, yellow squash, zucchini, cabbage, broccoli and kale. Citrus, strawberries, watermelon, cantaloupe and blueberries make up our top sellers in the fruit category.

 

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Georgia & The Carolinas

Another way us Floridians are blessed is being so close to other states that produce the best fruits and vegetables. Georgia gives us peaches, pecans, watermelons, apples, and of course onions! North & South Carolina send us peaches, tomatoes, squash and zucchini. 

Tennessee Delicious

Yellow squash, varieties of tomatoes, corn, sweet peppers and cucumbers round out our top sellers in our markets. Our year round number one seller is tomatoes and because of the great volunteer state we can provide them for you.  

New Jersey / Pennsylvania

New Jersey brings us blueberries, eggplant, peaches and corn. We also partner with many family owned farms in Pennsylvania that produce sweet corn, plums, peaches and nectarines. During the stone fruit season beginning in July–September, farmers hand pick the fruit daily at maximum ripeness then we drive it right in to our markets.

West Coast Truckloads

Customers always ask why we bring in strawberries from California. This is because they are the only ones growing them in our off season. We also bring in truckloads of cherries from Washington. It's a special occasion when it's Bing and Rainier season here at Detwiler's. Nothing beats the heat like some frozen cherries on a blistering summer day in Florida. 

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