Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Kenwood Organic Produce is your local neighborhood source for fresh organic produce. Locally owned and operated by your neighbors, shop us first for the healthiest fresh fruits and vegetables.

Location

Historic Kenwood Neighborhood
Corner of 34th St N and 5th Ave N
Between SUBWAY and SH DISCOUNT

Address:
3325 5th Ave N
St Petersburg, FL 33713
727-777-7306

Hours of Operation

MON - CLOSED
TUE - 11am to 5pm
WED - 11am to 5pm
THUR -11am to 5pm
FRI - 11am to 5pm
SAT - 11am to 5pm
SUN - 1pm to 4pm

HOLIDAY HOURS

We will be closed from Christmas Eve through New Years day. We will open again on January 2nd.

An organic diet increases consumption of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and essential fatty acids.

Non-organic food often contains harmful hormones and pesticides

Grand Opening

Help us celebrate our grand opening. Mention you saw this ad and get $5 off your first purchase of $30 or more.

We try to source as much of our produce as possible from local growers in Pinellas and surrounding counties.

We're a ZERO WASTE Store

The oceans are full of plastic, our recycling centers can't recycle the a quarter of we send them, and now China doesn't want our recyclables anymore. The solution isn't recycling, it's reusing.

Kenwood Organic eliminates the waste and only sells items in 100% reusable or compostable containers. We even sell reusable containers.

Kickstarter Campaign

Thanks to all our backers! You helped us raise over $3000 so we can complete our store.

Why Organic?

We believe everyone should be able to eat the healthiest food possible without paying too much.

The Dirty Dozen (2018)

The list of fruit and vegies to always buy organic

  • 1 Strawberries
  • 2 Spinach
  • 3 Nectarines
  • 4 Apples
  • 5 Grapes
  • 6 Peaches
  • 7 Cherries
  • 8 Pears
  • 9 Tomatoes
  • 10 Celery
  • 11 Potatoes
  • 12 Sweet Bell Peppers

  • Enviromental Working Group Key Findings

    More than 98 percent of samples of non-organic strawberries, spinach, peaches, nectarines, cherries and apples tested positive for residue of at least one pesticide.

    A single sample of strawberries showed 20 different pesticides.

    Spinach samples had, on average, 1.8 times as much pesticide residue by weight than any other crop.

    Source EWG

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