Allegri Farm Market is a remarkable destination for those seeking farm-fresh fruits and vegetables. Located at a bustling intersection, albeit slightly off the beaten tourist path, Allegri offers an array of locally sourced products, passionately championing the best of Alabama’s produce. The market operates all year round, a unique feature that sets it apart from other farm markets in the area.
In addition to the vibrant, fresh produce, Allegri Farm Market carries a variety of Alabama-grown products, reinforcing their commitment to local suppliers and farmers. Shoppers can find an array of frozen vegetables, take-and-bake casseroles, dairy products, and an assortment of cheese and other items made by Troyer, a respected name in Amish produce. By January, owner Kontos plans to expand their offering further with a deli counter serving freshly sliced Troyer meats and cheeses.
Allegri Farm Market is more than just a retail space. It’s a working farm, bustling with activity throughout the year. With the diligent assistance of Danny Lanicek and Buford Foster, Kontos preps the soil, nurturing it for the upcoming fall crops. Many of the same vegetables grown in the spring – including snap beans, tomatoes, eggplant, peas, okra, yellow squash, zucchini – will find their way back into the earth, in addition to hearty greens like turnips, collards, kale, and other squash varieties.
Come spring, Allegri Farm Market bursts with the vibrant hues and tantalizing flavors of watermelons, cantaloupes, cucumbers, and their renowned sweet corn, the vegetable for which Allegri is best known. The local honey, too, is a big seller, symbolizing the sweet success of this unique year-round farm and market.
Allegri Farm Market is a testament to the bountiful nature of Baldwin County’s climate and the hard work of its people. It’s a place where you can find the freshest, locally-sourced produce, and a community hub that’s always brimming with life, regardless of the season.
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