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Gran Roca's Wednesday Farm Fresh Market, world class mangoes

For the freshest most delicious Thanksgiving, come to the Gran Roca Wednesday, Farm Fresh Market with its mouthwatering, fresh picked, sustainably grown produce, on Wednesday, Nov 23, from 2-4 PM at Tienda Nectar on Benigno Malo near the corner of Gaspar Sangurima, only a couple of blocks from Parque Calderon.
Come taste our "Best in Ecuador" sweet strawberries, special bananas, heirloom tomatoes, and a variety of other fresh picked vegetables.

We also have exclusively for you, (thanks to my son Jourdan who is in the export business), world class Nam Dok Mai mangoes that have no fiber and whose flavor is beyond description. If you like mangoes (like I do), you will want these mangoes. If you don't like mangoes, you will after eating these.

In addition, we will be offering our beautiful Holiday table squash decorations for sale at both our upcoming fresh markets on Monday, November 21 and Wednesday, November 23. There will be both zucchini and Ecuadoran winter squash pieces that will help to create a lovely traditional ambiance in your home.

Our offerings often change from week to week. Please check out our current photo-list of available produce items at granroca.net/cuenca-pick-up/

Live in or visiting Yunguilla? Our produce is available directly from our farm. For more info go to granroca.net/farm-pick-up/

Why you want to buy from Gran Roca?

--Produce is picked fresh in the morning for sale in the afternoon
--Produce is delicious. You can tell the difference.
--Produce is grown sustainably without the use of chemicals
--There will be samples for tasting
--Most of our produce sells for $1 or less
--Buy $5 or more and get a head of fresh picked lettuce free
--We are happy to chat and answer your questions
--Send an email to info@granroca.net with your order ($4.00 minimum) by Monday and it will be packed and ready for a no-hassle pick-up on Wednesday.

Rob Gray