Farmers Market: Nassau Bay, Texas . What's the Skinny on the Squash?

Real Estate Agent with GMAC Real Estate

I like to see the "organic" stickers on produce in grocery stores. Why? I like choices. Sometimes the cheapest price will suit my needs. Other times I am willing to pay a little more for the healthiest choice. At the Nassau Bay Farmer's Market in Nassau Bay, Texas you can talk to growers in person about their products and methods, ask them "what's the skinny on the squash?"

Organic means the produce is grown using certain production standards and in many countries (including the U.S.) the producer needs special certification to market food as "organic". What's for sale each week at this farmer's market depends on availablility: what's in season and locally produced. That means fresh!

You can shop Nassau Bay Farmer's Market every Saturday, from 10am-2pm, rain or shine, chill or blast furnace. This is a smaller scale farmer's market where besides fresh produce local growers and vendors may be selling plants, organic baked goods, goat & sheep dairy products & meat, grass fed meats, locally roasted coffees, jams, natural Himalayan Bath Salts and handmade soaps, organic/earth-friendly clothing, handmade jewelry and other baked goods

The market is held in front of Erma's Nutrition Center & Natural Market, 18045 Upper Bay Rd in Nassau Bay, Texas. Upper Bay Rd is across the street from JSC/NASA. For more information call: 281-333-4746.


Assisting home buyers and home sellers in the Houston Clear Lake area real estate market.

Comments (2)

Margaret Oscilia
Creative Concepts-Home Staging and Contracting, Salem Oregon - Salem, OR
Home Stager, Salem Oregon

I love the local Farmers Market and there isn't anything that tastes better than really fresh food!  That photo looks really nummy!

Jun 26, 2009 02:29 AM
Sara Goss GMAC Real Estate - League City, TX
Realtor - Houston Bay Area, Texas

I agree, fresh food is tops! Thanks for stopping by!

Jun 26, 2009 05:38 AM