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This "farmers Market" that sets on Saturdays up in the Reducto No. 2 Park along 15 de Enero. Several things to choose from ranging from fruits, veggies, coffee, grains, powders, shirts, honey, cheeses, ect...
This place is great, fantastic. Lots of organic foods and goods, out of my 2 weeks in Peru, I spent the most money here. After being disappointed with the shopping, it was refreshing to find this market. Only on Saturdays, go early
We were taking there on a Saturday morning early buy a family that lives in Peru. What a treat it was within minutes we had some of of One ofthe best coffee we had ever had from an organic stand. I highly recommend going there...More
Love their fresh goat cheese selection, prices are incredible. The place I can regularly find kale and other fresh organic greens. Also the organic beans and grains varieties are very different than what you find anywhere else.
The market was smaller than expected. I bought some locally made olive oil and spiced salt which was very good. I the reviews, it was mentioned that food was available. We got there around 1pm and there was no food left. So don't expect to...More
Loved our visit to Bioferia where we got some nice fruit and veg, quinoa and some lovely kañiwa snacks. Traders were very friendly and you could probably get along with even the most basic Spanish. Some items were a little pricey compared to other markets...More
A must for anyone visiting Lima who loves fresh organic produce and tasty vegetarian food! We discovered the BioFeria through Henry at AlmaZen (an amazing vegan restaurant in Lima), who has been working for over 15 years with his wife Mariella and local producers to...More
You can find the Bioferia on Saturdays on the Parque reducto and on Sundays at the side of the Surquillo market, around 5 minutes walking from the park. It is a very good option if you want to cook in Lima: farmes selling directly from...More
Located on "calle 15 de Enero", at the back of "Parque Reducto" and in front of the college "Nuestra Señora del Carmen", the market opens on Saturday mornings. You will find a variety of natural or Bio alimentary products (greens, cheese, fruits, veggies, etc...) as...More