Are you looking for better options for dinner than the local burger joint? Think you might feel better if you change your eating habits? Wondering where can you get healthy or organic food near your Fort Myers apartment? Here are some places to start:
Mother Earth Natural Foods
4600 Summerlin Road Suite C10
Working with sustainable, local farms, Mother Earth offers fresh produce plus organic and gluten free foods. You can also get vitamins, herbs, teas and even healthy pet foods. Plus, their employees do more than just ring you up and bag your purchases; they help you make the best decisions when changing your food habits. Visit the Mother Earth website and you’ll find recipes for all kinds delicious good-for-you-options.
Ada's Natural Market
7070 College Parkway
Ada's is a one-stop shopping place for all things healthy. Here you can get fresh produce, grass-fed beef, and pounds and pounds of healthy grains, legumes, nuts and dried fruit from more than 100 barrels of bulk items. Head over to College Parkway, pick some tasty free-range chicken, some veggie kabobs from the deli and one of Ada's signature marinades and you have the makings of a great meal. You can also get a refreshing smoothie from the smoothie bar or even order dinner from their cafe. One of our favorite’s is the gourmet mushroom burger and amazing house spinach salad with goat cheese, dried cranberries and mango dressing.
Earth Origins Market
15121 South Tamiami St. Suite 104
Offering groceries, bulk items, seasonal produce, supplements and personal care items, Earth Origins works to meet all your needs with natural, organic foods and products. In the grocery section you can buy household cleaners that are gentle on the environment, pet food that's gentle on your pup's belly and even essential oils. Check out the bulk seeds, herbs and spices that you can use to enhance all your healthy recipes. If you feel supplements and vitamins might help you meet your healthy goals, talk with the knowledgeable staff about the large selection at Earth Origins.
Do you have a favorite health/organic market you frequent that wasn’t mentioned? Let us know in the comments.