Visit us this summer at Whole Foods Market – Naperville

Sunday Markets at Whole Foods Market Naperville

2607 W. 75th Street
Naperville, IL 60540 USA
Phone 630.579.7700
Store hours:
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. seven days a week.


Map, directions & nearby stores

July 10th, August 14th, Septemer 11th and October 9th

Celebrate Local! Whole Foods second season of Sunday Markets begins July 10th in their parking lot! This year we’ll be part of a wonderful array of local vendors, made to order omelets and entertainment. Kids, become a little Localeer–pick up a Localeer card and visit 6 or more local vendors who will mark each visit on your card. A free gift will await you at the Customer Service Desk. This is one more way to support local!

Darn Hot Peppers meets Whole Foods Market’s Quality Standards but we don’t currently sell our products in this location, so they have been kind enough to give us some space in their parking lot at no charge .

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Check out some of the other local partners and producers! –
Arbor Vitae Coffee –
The Blueberry Store –
Breslin Farms –
Curry’s Signature Spices –
Darn Hot Peppers, LLC –
Flamm Farms
Heritage Prairie Farm –
Jamaican Tease Co. –
Majestic Nurseries –
Melk & Cookies –
Pan Hellenic Pastry Shop –
RGW Candy Company, Atlanta, IL
Ruth & Phil’s Gourmet Ice Cream –
SenTEAmental Moods Artisan Teas –
Tomato Mountain Farm –
Two Cookin’ Sisters –
UrbanPonics –
Wind Ridge Herb Farm –

Thanks to Four Winds Waldorf School who will provide a Sunday Market activity for children.

Posted on July 24, 2011, in Rancho Bella Vista and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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