Come to the Lake Worth Green Market Saturday

Customers will be able to purchase items such as fresh local and seasonal organic vegetables, fresh chicken & eggs, local caught fresh fish, Grass-fed beef, fruits and herbs, beautiful flowers, delicious breads, pastries and other baked goods, as well as a variety of gourmet foods such as jams, honey, dips, sauces, fresh pasta, cheese, pickles and more!

Come to the Fancy Chicken Farm and see the chickens laying fresh eggs.

Lake Worth Green Market

Lake Worth Green Market

Open Saturday Year-Round
Hours: 9:00am – 1:00 pm
Directions: 7765 Lyons Rd
Lake Worth, Florida, FL 33467
(Just south of Hypoluxo Rd.)

The Lake Worth Green Market is open year round every Saturday including the Summer.  We strive to make every customer happy and will gladly take all requests to help improve the market.  Lake Worth has a few Farmers Markets but none are located on a farm with fresh eggs and organic produce.


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  1. I was so pleased with this farm. We arrived on a Monday. Didn’t realize that they are closed. A young man came out. Didn’t rush us away but rather spent a good deal of time to explain what they are all about. He quickly went away and came back with the dozen eggs we were there for. What a pleasure visiting there to buy their fresh eggs we will back in Saturday April 8 Th for their market day. Our grandsons will be able to feed the animals there. What a local treat for both them and us.

  2. I drive by this place on my way to work almost every day and see the sign for fresh eggs, and I finally had a chance to stop in today. What a great place! Very nice and welcoming farm market – it’s small but has beautiful produce and chickens – and everyone there was super friendly. I bought a dozen gorgeous brown eggs and when I said, “My husband makes the best scrambled eggs and I can’t wait to eat these…the only thing that would make these better would be if you had some fresh chives!” the woman who was helping me said, “Oh, we do have some, they’re over here,” and showed me some lovely huge chives that weren’t even listed with the produce. She even let me taste one before she picked it to make sure I liked it, and told me to store them in the refrigerator with the root in a cup of water. Fantastic all around!

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