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Fresh produce, meats, & groceries daily.

General Info
Are you looking for a fresh affordable produce market? Don't hesitate come on by Rogers Park Fruit Market in Chicago, IL, where we specilaize in Caribbean items. Our store has been family owned and operated for over 35 years. For your convenience we have free parking. We carry a great selection of meats. Try our stuffed chicken breasts or taco meat. If you are looking for some fresh cheese, then you came to the right spot. Come try our great selection of spices. Stop in and compare our prices to chain grocery stores-you will be happy with the money you save!

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Fax: (773) 262-3663

Organic Foods|Gourmet Foods|Farmers' Markets
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North Side, Rogers Park
Fruit & Vegetable Markets, Grocery Stores


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Bonnie M.



This is where we purchase our groceries from time to time. Never had a bad day here. Customer service personell makes sure you get the best experience possible.



This place is great. They do ...

This place is great. They do have stuff here that I have no idea what to do with but the staff is so friendly and willing to tell ya about it. The produce is wonderfull and the meat is the best around. Dominicks is right around the corner but I always go here first, in fact I only go to Dominicks if their having some killer sale. I can't say enough

about how kind and friendly the staff is from the butchers to the check out gals to the management, extremely helpful. Everyone should check thiis place out I guarantee you will be back. It is actually very educational to see all this food you've never heard of bring the kids