When you drop by the Mission Viejo Farmers Market on Friday for fresh produce and unique products, be sure to say hello to David Foster at The California Olive, a family-owned business based in Temecula.
“We offer quality extra virgin olive oils straight from our family’s groves in San Felipe Valley (San Diego), avocado oils, olives, and balsamics,” David said. “Our olive oils and balsamics make great gifts for any occasion. Come visit our booth at the Mission Viejo Farmers Market for a free tasting.”
While at the market, you can also cool off from this relentless heat with a sweet delectable treat from Dolce Gelato.
“Many customers call it ‘the decadent dessert-treat without the guilt,’” said owner Richard Wisniach.
Dolce Gelato is handcrafted from scratch, fresh every day. “Dolce” known by musicians worldwide is an Italian term that means “sweet” (or to be played sweetly). It is a smooth, creamy and distinctive treat that tastes great, Richard said. The recipe was created by a Gelato Artisan and brought here from Italy.
And while strolling the marketing, don’t miss Mission Viejo pianist and composer Kori Linae Carothers, who will delight patrons with her incredible talent and character.
The Mission Viejo Farmers Market takes place each Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Civic Center parking lot, 200 Civic Center.
For more information, visit cityofmissionviejo.org/farmersmarket.