Without grocery stores, urbanites would have to grow their own pumpkins in window boxes and spend hours negotiating with the family parakeet until it agreed to be milked. Let rural bounty come to you with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of groceries, produce, and gourmet meats at Figueroa Produce.
Figueroa Produce stocks high-quality groceries, organic products, fresh produce, and gourmet meats sold at discounted prices. Upon entering the family-friendly market, customers can shop for exotic groceries imported from New Zealand, Europe, South America, and almost everywhere in between. GT's kombucha ($3.49) works to naturally and deliciously ease ailments, and nitrate-free all-natural bacon ($8.99/lb.) fills frying pans. A well-stocked produce section sates cravings for veggies with fresh produce brought in daily, including six varieties of organic kale ($1.99/bushel), and the deli crafts custom sandwiches ($5.99 each) and presidential busts from fresh, natural sandwich ingredients such as imported meats and cheeses.
When co-founders Luis Quismorio, Ruben Perez, and Anthony Bermudez began plotting their market, they envisioned a place where fresh, healthy produce, groceries, and meats met the standards of upscale stores and the budget of an average Joe. At Figueroa Produce, their dream is realized thanks to groceries that, like new slang words for "tractor," are sourced from local farmers and small foreign distributors alike. Colorful bouquets of freshly plucked fruits and veggies claim a big chunk of the shop's floor space, appealing to both the mouth and eyes with organic produce from the South Central Farmers Co-op and regional farmers who form personal rapports with store staff. The grocery section represents exotic locales from New Zealand to Mexico in its bounty of mostly organic and all-natural products, many of which are free of artificial components. At the deli, staff members slice grass-fed beef from Open Space Meats, organic and free-range poultry, and specialty cheeses for at-home use or service in overstuffed sandwiches. Vegan or vegetarian eaters can also get in on the deli action, devouring sandwiches loaded with ingredients from brands including Teese, Diva, and Tofurkey.
6312 N Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, California 90042Get Directions