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The best healthy markets in Porto

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More and more people are trying to flee the supermarkets for shopping, and the search for healthy markets that support local businesses is growing. To avoid missing options, we have left a list of the best healthy markets in Porto.

– Mercado temporário do Bolhão

Bolhão’s temporary market is a commercial space that welcomes merchants and customers of Bolhão during the period of restoration of the centenary market of the city of Porto. It sells fruits, flowers, meat and fish, as well as an area of ​​cafes, restaurants and shops.

Where? La Vie Porto Baixa Shopping Center
Hours: Monday to Friday – 8am to 8pm | Saturday – 8am to 6pm

– Mercado Municipal de Matosinhos

Located in a landmark building in modern architecture, it offers a wide range of offerings: fish, fruit and vegetable sellers, olives, organic bread and Italian dishes.

Where? France Junior Street, 4450-718 Matosinhos
Hours: Mon 07h – 14h | Tuesday to Friday: 6h30 – 18h | Saturday: 6am – 4:30 pm

– Mercado biológico do Parque da Cidade

Every Saturday, in the largest urban park in the country, there is a space totally dedicated to agriculture, with a biological fair. You can find fruits and vegetables.

Where? Porto City Park
Hours: 9h – 14h

– The Berdinho

Berdinho is a rural market of local independent producers who gather in the same space to sell vegetables, fruits, flowers and national raw materials.

Where? Bombarda Shopping Center
Hours: Every Saturday from 12h to 19h

– Fruta Feia

This is one of the coolest projects in Porto. Ugly fruit is a project that aims to reduce current food waste. This project seeks to combat market inefficiency by creating an alternative market for “ugly” fruit and vegetables.

Where? R. 14 Outubro 264, 4430-999 Vila Nova de Gaia

Now that you know where to find the freshest produce, there is no excuse!

Don’t miss the opportunity to visit one (or all) of these locations and support local producers.

Bonjour Porto!