By August 1, 2016 Read More →

Local Fruit Stands

Our local fruit stands are an absolute treasure and will help you stay fit and healthy by eating fresh and tasty produce grown right here in the Central Valley. This handy list of local certified farmer’s market locations will help you find your groove and stay on track with your health goals. Remember to take your reusable bags, and ride your bike to the market when you can to save the planet, or walk to hatch those Pokemon eggs!


Fidel’s Fruit Stand (209) 765-0336
7050 Mc Henry Ave. (cross street Stewart) Modesto
Open seasonally from mid-April to Halloween
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9am-6pm, closed Sundays
Featuring plums, pluots, peaches and nectarines (yellow & white).

Loretelli Farms (209) 577-2425
1151 Claratina Ave. Modesto
Open seasonally
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8am-7pm, Sunday 8am-5pm
Loretelli has been spoiling customers with an array of fresh produce, preserved goods, nuts, honey, and baked goods for years!

Rodin Ranch Farmer’s Market (209) 577-322
1001 J Street , Modesto
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, closed Sundays
This “brick and mortar” fruit stand in the heart of downtown carries farm-fresh produce, dried fruit, raw and flavored nuts, nut butters, local artisan goods like olive oil, gift baskets, and more.

Cipponeri Family Farms (209) 669-1332
5743 Geer Road, Turlock
Hours: Daily 7:30am-7pm

Specializing in peaches, nectarines, apricots and cherries. They also carry central-valley grown almonds.

Resendiz Family Fruit Barn (209) 883-0100
4342 Geer Rd, Hughson
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7am-7pm & Sun. 7am-6pm

Fresh produce alongside delicious baked goods like their famous pies, smoothies, salsa, honey and nuts.





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