Bailey’s Produce and Nursery, 4301 N. Davis Hwy.
For generations, Bailey’s Produce and Nursery has been a landmark in Pensacola.Literally.Although it has moved over the years, Bailey’s has always displayed a larger-than-life version of an iconic green giant in its parking lot– a beacon directing customers to the home of fresh produce and other verdant merchandise.Bailey’s offers a full spectrum of fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes and other staples, with lots of local and seasonal specials. More than just produce, it also sells fresh cheeses, sprouted flours, an assortment of pickled produce, fresh eggs, milk and nostalgic candies.
The Farm Produce Market, 6404 Mobile Hwy.
The name says it all – The Farm. The modest building on the side of the road conjures thoughts of old-fashioned fruit stands or curb markets.Just like those esteemed institutions, The Farm offers fresh fruits and vegetables, but also certified responsibly grown yard eggs, local honey, local meat and Amish goods, as well as prepared grab-n-go items like vinegar and spice collard greens or pumpkin soup with leeks and black garlic.
J.W. Renfroe Pecan Co, 794 W. Main St. and 2400 W. Fairfield Dr.
If you get a sudden urge to, say, bake a pie, while you are visiting Pensacola, you can find the most delicious pecans at J.W. Renfroe Pecan Co., which has been serving the area for nearly a century.While Renfroe’s certainly offers fresh pecans in any quantity imaginable, it also offers a variety of other nuts and lots of yummy nut treats, like cinnamon pecans, pralines and pecan brittle. They sell their own confectionaries too, which you can’t leave without trying their fudge.Renfroe’s has two locations, one on Main Street in Downtown Pensacola and one on Fairfield Drive in central Pensacola.