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Bioferia Organic Market

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Parque Reducto, Avenida Benavides, San Antonio, Miraflores (at Calle Ramon Ribeyo/15 de Enero), Lima, Peru,

Saturday farmers' market with vendors selling a wide range of products including fresh organic fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, yacon syrup, maca powder, olives, granola, dried fruit. Several pepared food stands. Also wooden toys, jewelry, scarves, and hand-woven textiles, dried herbs for burning or cooking uses.

Reviews (4)

First Review by almazen

Awesome. - Edit

Still there Febuary 27th 2016. Doesnt seem as though it will end anytime soon. Its about a whole street length of excellent, professinal vendors from packaged organics, to produce straight from the farmers. Prepared food, lots of vegan desserts and things to try. Coffee too!!! Check it out it was a blast.


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Bioferia Market is still there - Edit

Since the last review was in 2011, I wanted to say the market is still there, same opening hours, more or less same size. I especially appreciated the sale of about 8 kinds of sprouts and it's the only place in Peru I found kale and brussels sprouts.


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Great Organic Market - Not only Vegetables - Edit

I've been there in March 2011.

The market is roughly about 100 meters long, with maybe 25 different booths. It is located right next to the Reducto Park, which also has a small family-friendly garden, good for a stroll if weather is nice.

A broad range of organic vegetables and fruits are sold here. Prices may be a little higher than buying in the market or in the supermarket, but all products are said to be organic.

Besides vegetables, you can also find bread, teas, coffee, granolas, cheese, jams, clothes and even souvenirs. People from the restaurant called "Almazen" have a booth with vegetarian food for taking out. There are a couple of containers for bringing paper and plastics so that they are recycled.

Although some things maybe a little bit overpriced; all-in-all, the atmosphere is very pleasant and it is worth a visit if you are in Lima. Only Saturdays until 14.00.

Pros: organic food, some things you can only find here, good variety

Cons: crowded


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