Skip to main content

Natural Awakenings Tucson

Take Advantage of FoodInRoot Holiday Treats

Dec 03, 2014 12:54AM

To many Tucsonans, nothing says “the holidays” like walking around the St. Phillip’s Farmers’ market on Saturday and Sunday mornings. The crisp, sunny beautiful temperatures are complemented naturally by the glorious aroma of freshly brewed coffee, a variety of delicious balsamics and olive oils, hot from the oven breads and pastries, local honey and the freshest, organic local produce.

The architecture and ambiance of the plaza are ideal elements in which to savor all the delicious tastings, experience local art and to take treasured items back home to enjoy with loved ones for the holidays and always.

Tim Keene, market manager of FoodInRoot, says, “Winter visitors are looking for quality organic, locally-grown produce, meats, eggs and prepared foods that represent the best of southern Arizona. By providing information on how to eat better, take can better care of themselves. We also create an opportunity to meet the people that grow the food, care for the animals and make and prepare great local food and personal care products.

Open weekends. Location: St. Philip’s Plaza: 4280 N. Campbell Ave. For more information, call 520-261-6982, email [email protected] or visit

Join Our Email Newsletter

Natural Awakenings Delivered to your Home! Click to sign up.


COMING IN PRINT: 2020 May Issue
Due Date: April 10. Be a part of our upcoming May issue.
Contact [email protected] for cheerful and efficient help with your marketing!
Missed the print deadline? Try email news!

Email News Exclusives with Social Media pushes; ask us about it today! [email protected]

Current Issue
Visit Us on Facebook
2020 Editorial Calendar


How to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Ways to Calm Your Anxiety with Meditation During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Biodegradable Cooler Keeps Food Cold and Dry