Welcome to Nature's Food Patch

New Store Hours! Join us earlier every morning Monday thru Sunday.

Mon - Sat: 8am - 9pm  ~  Sunday: 9am - 8pm

Nature‘s Food Patch Market & Cafe (est. 1987) is a community grocery store in Clearwater, FL dedicated to offering a complete selection of quality organic and natural products. Inside our newly remodeled & expanded store of 22,000 SF, you will find one of the largest selections in the Tampa Bay area of organic produce, bulk foods, natural whole foods groceries, specialty wines & beers, cheeses & olives, natural meat & seafood, vitamins, herbs, pet supplies, natural bodycare & aromatherapy, unique housewares and our popular Patch Café.  Welcome!

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Read about the latest GMO news and about Nature's Food Patch commitment...

(CBSNews.com) - The Environmental Working Group, a watchdog organization in Washington, D.C., has just released their annual report to help consumers make more informed choices in the produce aisle. Their lists -- known as the "Dirty Dozen" and "Clean 15" -- analyze data on pesticide levels of 48 commonly sold fruits and vegetables.

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It is our philosophy that a healthy lifestyle is built on a foundation of organic & natural foods.
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Nature‘s Food Patch is a community grocery store dedicated to providing its valued customers with the finest quality natural and organic products.

Nature's Food Patch has been well known in the community for years. Click on the link above to see who we have been recognized by!

Nature's Food Patch   Health Tips
The bone robber
Soda pop contains a significant amount of phosphorus, an acid-forming mineral. Research has shown that phosphorus can interfere with the skeleton's ability to absorb calcium. A natural whole foods diet, free of soft drinks, is most important for teenagers, when 40 to 60 percent of peak bone mass is built.

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