Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy fresh, earthbound edibles with today's Groupon: $5 for $10 worth of fresh, locally grown produce at Tomato Land.
Tomato Land opens up a world of fresh produce from local farmers and vendors eager to uproot plants and vegetables and replant them into the mouths of hungry consumers. The market deals exclusively with retail and wholesale produce roused from its slumber and purchased on a daily basis. In addition to a plethora of eponymous, Florida-grown tomatoes ($2.49/lb.), Tomato Land proffers red-skin potatoes for mashing, baking, or stuffing into a spud gun and firing at unassuming crash test dummies ($1.10/lb.). Local squash and zucchini stack up next to green beans and pole beans, along with eggplant, cucumbers, and collards. Fresh local okra is ideal for frying, while fruit lovers can crack open ripe Florida watermelon and cantaloupe ($0.99/cantelope). A range of organically grown produce is also available, raised without the use of pesticides or bulked up with controversial backside injections of human growth hormone.
Pricing and inventory rotates daily, so stop in to see the latest pricing on farm-fresh selections.