Welcome to New Bridge Organic Market, Swansboro
Welcome to New Bridge Organic Market
Welcome to New Bridge Organic Market, Jacksonville
Onslow County's source for local and organic produce
Farm-Fresh & Locally-Grown Produce
Welcome to New Bridge Organic Market

New Bridge Organic Market is your one-stop shop for healthy food in Jacksonville and Swansboro winning 3 consecutive years of Jacksonville Daily News’ Reader’s Choice Award in the category of “Best Place to Buy Organic Food”!

 

We offer a large selection of:

·         Gluten free products

·         Vegan products

·         Local products

·         Organic products


 

We proudly support the Organic Consumers Association and the NON GMO Project!

                                         

 

New Bridge Organic Market Proudly offers a 5% discount off entire purchase to senior citizens (60+) on Wednesdays and 5% off entire purchase to military, state, county (including teachers) and city employees on Thursdays.


For subscribers of our newsletter, 7% off entire purchase every Tuesday (with coupon code)! Sign up button is located to the right of the Homepage! 


 

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Cooking with fats
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