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Local Grocers for Fresh Seasonal Finds

The phrase “Keep Austin Weird” has been a cornerstone in the attitude of Austinites for years, and despite new developments changing the city’s skyline, many residents still subscribe to the idea of keeping things local. Hyperlocal boutiques and eateries line the streets of the city, but to individuals looking to keep things local in their everyday life, Austin offers plenty of options when it comes to consuming foods from local farms. These local grocery stores are in-tune with their community and have come to be seen as staples for locals.


Neighborhood grocery stores can be found throughout Austin. These grocery stores have everything from basic produce and community favorites to food for individuals with dietary restrictions.

Royal Blue Grocery

With five locations across Austin, each Royal Blue Grocery serves its neighborhoods’ individual interests.

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RiverCity Market

An eclectic market with a deli that bustles during breakfast and lunch, visitors can find everything from local salsas to Skull & Cakebones cupcakes.

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Wheatsville Co-Op

This community-owned grocery store has over 2,000 local goods available.

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Fresh Plus

One of Austin’s oldest grocery stores, Fresh Plus has four locations and offers everything from regional beer to healthy snacks and more.

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Thom’s Market

A Barton Springs essential, Thom’s Market vends over 100 varieties of craft beer, local products and Tacodeli tacos.

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Natural Grocers

Find a wide selection of organic produce, supplements, and free nutrition education at this Austin staple.

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Peoples Rx

Open for over 30 years, Peoples Rx serves as a pharmacy, deli and mini grocery store. Pick up dietary supplements, a quick bite to eat and a few groceries while you’re there!

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The best way to get fresh produce in Austin is to attend your local farmers market. With many locations, days and times to choose from, there are plenty of options. See an updated list of Austin area farmers markets here.

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Busy weeks may warrant something quicker than a trip to the grocery store. These online options are a great way to get fresh food from local farms and local grocery stores.


Started in Austin, this grocery company sells quality products from small farms and businesses in the Austin community and beyond.

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Get your groceries delivered within two hours from local grocery stores including Whole Foods, HEB, and Sprouts.

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When it comes to shopping local, Austin has a wide array of options. Small boutiques offer one-of-a-kind shopping experiences while farm-to-table restaurants do their best to keep Austin weird. Experience Austin like a true local by shopping at your neighborhood grocer!

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