Dehydrated fruit, milk, eggs, chicken, breakfast, cloth diapers, and more, is what you will find every Saturday from November to March 2023.
MAZATLAN.- It is official, the Organic Market is back in Mazatlan, a space where you will find food without chemicals or preservatives and at very affordable prices.
They are already in their twelfth edition and this year around 33 producers, artisans and merchants are participating, with high post-pandemic expectations, waiting for the visit of dozens of Mazatlecos and foreigners.
“Before we were between 27 and 28 stalls, it was our margin, this year we are 33, we grew this year and we want the market to not only be a place where you come to buy and leave, no, but come for breakfast as well”, commented Angel Cevallos.
The deputy manager of the Organic Market pointed out that for this reason, year after year they seek to give it that touch of permanence and for all tastes, with vegan, organic breakfasts, coffee, and even bread made in an artisanal way.
“We can find milk, chicken, meat, eggs, fruits, vegetables, healthy snacks, kombucha, cheese, bread, that is why it is the idea that they come, buy their food and sit down for breakfast or vice versa, have breakfast and then buy” , said.
The market was inaugurated on November 12 and will be on the following Saturdays until March 2023, and if demand requires it, it could be extended until April 2023.
Producers from all over southern Sinaloa participate, people, said Ángel Cevallos, who do not use agrochemicals or accelerate the production process of their fruit or vegetables, they do the same with protein, chicken and meat that have natural processes.
Its hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., in the Zaragoza square in the Historic Center, so schedule your next fortnight and take a walk to make part of your pantry in the Organic Market.
The Mazatlan POst