Reviews for: Jack Newe's Farmer's Market

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6 reviews



We've Moved!
By: Heidi Gallegos    (May 10, 2010)

The Jack Newe's Farmers Market Sponsored by the Regional Chamber of Commerce has moved.

Join us every Saturday at our new location:

Mt. San Antonio College Campus, Lot B 1100 N. Grand Avenue Walnut, CA 91789 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Same great market, new location!

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Care2 Review: We love this market!
By: Ivy R.    (Aug 5, 2009)

Jack Newe's farmers market always has fresh and pentiful vegetables/fruit. The vendors are knowlegeable of the varieties they sell. As a handicaped woman I don't mind shopping there because they are always helpful to me in obtaining my purchases.

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Care2 Review: We love this market!
By: russell B.    (Aug 5, 2009)

all the members are friendly and helpful for my friend who has trouble getting around because of MS

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Care2 Review: We love this market!
By: Dejah S.    (Jun 29, 2009)

Excellent selection, very fresh vegis, fruit and much more. Farm fresh eggs were yummy!

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Fresh, Fresh, Fresh
By: teri    (Jun 8, 2008)

The market has a wide variety of choices. After a while you get to know the vendors personally. It is well run and a fun place to meet local people. The produce is always excellent and reasonably priced. There are usually coupons available on site for additional savings. For those of you who want a quick snack, there is prepared food that is readily available including homemade tamales, kettle corn, fresh roasted peanuts and grilled chicken. Many of the items are organic, including free range chickens and fresh eggs. Fresh flowers are available as well as plants to beautify your home and garden. A fun place to visit by yourself or with your family.

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A fun way to spend a Saturday morning.
By: Suzy Mc Ewing    (Jun 4, 2008)

This farmer's market always has a great variety of stuff. I shop here every week for the fresh fruits and veggies but usually end up leaving with fresh cut flowers, bread and cookies, some frozen tamales and the most amazing carbon grilled chicken quesadillas.

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