Alfalfa’s bounty of organic and local produce sits front and center neatly aligned row by row on pared-down produce displays.
The Alfalfa's Market Produce Lab puts back-of-house work on the floor.
The backdrop of the Produce Lab features a farming photo from the local St. Vrain Historical Society.
The goal at Alfalfa’s Local Market is modern simplicity that lets food shine.
Alfalfa's team focuses on growing local product selection, prioritizing city producers and then Colorado brands.
The Alfalfa's wellness department sits in the front of the store, between grocery and checkout.
Alfalfa’s prioritizes health & beauty partners that use organic ingredients, wild-crafted herbal and botanical ingredients and those who sustainably harvest their herbs.
With more than 300 cheese varietals, Alfalfa’s Market hand-selects its local, artisan, farmstead and organic favorites.
In its bakery, Alfalfa’s uses local and organic ingredients for its handpicked selection of artisan breads, cakes, pies, pastries and cookies.
The Alfalfa's Market charcuterie bar takes on a new look during these pandemic times. The bar features packaged products, including this local cheese, and bins that present a full, ready-to-go board.
At Alfalfa’s Coffee and Juice Bar, customers can find the highest-quality, locally and regionally produced Direct Trade and Fair Trade coffees and teas.
Alfalfa’s Market’s newest location in Longmont, Colo., is the retailer’s third store, with sites in Boulder and Louisville, Colo., as well.