Bioferia

Bioferia, Lima: Hours, Address, Bioferia Reviews: 4.5/5

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8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
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Lara V
Rome, Italy59 contributions
Solo
Only on Saturday morning (8am till 2pm). A 150 meters of stands with veggies, fruits, bread, cakes, cereals, nuts, spices, cheeses, etc all organic and reasonably priced.
In Lima is not easy to find organic food therefore I recommend this market.
Better going early as it gets crowded after 10am.
Very close to Miraflores, next to the Parque Reducto.
Written May 25, 2013
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BCPOPO
Kansas City, KS62 contributions
Solo
This is a very nice organic farmers market with a pretty good variety of items for sale. Next time I come to Lima I will try to arrive so that I can purchase supplies here for my stay. Lots of fruits and vegetables, grains, cheeses, coffee, some meat available, free range chicken eggs, breads, yogurt, honey,herbs and spices,chocolate, snack items like chips and granola and some craft items such as shirts. Also some prepared foods ready to eat. I went to the one on Saturday morning, locals told me there is a smaller one on Sunday mornings about 4 blocks away.
Written March 17, 2014
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Deborah D
Bruxelles81 contributions
Friends
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 their production, lovely herbs, very nice cheese and fruits.
There is ready made food if you fancy eating something there.
Written June 21, 2015
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Betzy C
Stockholm, Sweden8 contributions
Friends
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 be full with the available snacks... It was cosy and nice it was located close to a park.
Written March 27, 2016
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Evan B
Coral Gables, FL120 contributions
Couples
This organic outdoor market (open only on Saturdays) makes for a fun stroll as you're exploring Miraflores. Good options of Peruvian grains, herbs, fruits, veggies, pastries and cheeses. Bought some organic puffed quinoa to take home. A much bigger, though not organic, market is located about a 10-minute walk away, the Surquillo Market. Highly recommended.
Written June 3, 2013
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Ckm777
Toronto, Canada78 contributions
Family
Great location within the Miraflores area. There is a long strip of road (still open to traffic so watch out when you cross the street) with approx 30 vendors. There are security officers walking casually around to keep the peace and parking.

This market seems to have a large tourist attendance, more than the market in La Molina.

Decent prices on vegetables, fruits, herbs, delectable cheeses, yogurts, milk delivery, aromatherapy items, veggie prepared eats, desserts, drinks, handicrafts, coffee to drink and grounds/beans. I noticed there are no meats for sale.

There is a lady that sells ice cream (helado) in small pots from a cooler (Zarzamora, Lucuma, Fresca flavours) for only S/2.50 each!

There is also a soothing fermented drink, Chicha de jora that is brown in color and made from the white corn (instead of the usual purple corn variety). It is thicker with much less sugar. Not the powdered kind you will usually get from restaurants here.

The prepared foods which will entice you are a bit more expensive for say a Taqueno/Rotillo/Empanada/Stuffed eggplant that is (S./9 each). Go here for lunch and just eat from the couple ready made item stalls!

This is also one of the only locations I've seen coconut oil being sold in all of Lima. And it is hecho en Peru. About S./15 for 250mL.

I also bought the larger bags of organic ground coffee for S.8/each plus cocao nibs and 70% cocao chocolate for S./7 and S./6.

There is also free wifi in the area

Overall enjoyable vibe. Looking to visit every Saturday that I am here. Next time maybe I'll buy a bunch of snacks and eat them in the park just behind (Reducto)
Written March 17, 2013
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Trudy B
18 contributions
Family
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.
Written June 18, 2016
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caturiri
Monte-Carlo, Monaco335 contributions
Couples
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 well as some crafted works. Most of the products are very good and fresh and you can appreciate that they are gown in a more natural way.

Many foreigners come along to buy their week supply of "healthy food".
Written March 18, 2015
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meli13melo
Keene, NH111 contributions
Solo
I've been here before during one of my Lima visits. It wasn't as popular then, but definitely something I found awesome. It was very busy this time around and I am glad to see that organic food and products are getting more attention. Came here for breakfast and left with a full belly of delicious food.
Written May 23, 2019
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Chinapjs
Washington DC, DC3,785 contributions
Couples
Every Saturday morning across from the Iglesia Del Carmen church and school there is an open air organic market. There are probably more then 40 stalls that feature fruits, vegetables, and food products that are all locally produced and organic. Many are available to try before purchase. It's a lot of fun and goes on for about 4 hours
Written January 12, 2019
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