At Aladdin Market, we focus on fresh and local produce. Did you know that eating local means enjoying all the goodness of fresh produce, harvested by the farmers and producers that live in and around your community? The local produce at Aladdin Market isn’t imported from distant states or other countries as is quite the norm in most supermarkets. It is fruits and vegetables that are grown or produced right here in your community, this means that our produce is extremely fresh, tastes better and is more nutritious. If you’ve ever been to a local farmer’s market and picked a scrumptious apple or a fresh tomato right out of a basket and bit into the juicy goodness, you know that nothing can beat that fresh taste. And that is what you can expect from the fresh and delicious fruits and vegetables that we stock at Aladdin Market.
A great reason to shop at Aladdin Market is that you are likely to be introduced to new and unique produce that you wouldn’t have any idea was grown in your area. Discovering these items at our Fresh Vegetable Market is an excellent way to explore new foods and new recipes and who knows, you may even find a new favorite food or ingredient. Some of the exotic fruits and vegetables that you will find in Aladdin Market include a range of produce that is used in Mediterranean recipes. These include specialties like, Persian cucumbers that are amazing in salads, mouth-watering champagne grapes, delicious quince, nutritious and fresh dates, fresh coconuts, scrumptious lady apples, chestnut, fresh pistachio, sour plums, persimmon and much more. If you love food from the Mediterranean belt and have always had to pick up frozen or canned ingredients for your Mediterranean recipes off the shelf in a supermarket, you are in for a treat at our store. Walk in, load up your cart with fresh, local produce and get ready for a tasty overload of goodness when you take that first bite.
At Aladdin Market, our customer’s needs and requirements are our top priority. We believe that building relationships with those who grow your food and those who use them is a great way to build community. These connections help us guide you to a deeper appreciation for your food and the ingredients used to make them.