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! 


 

Featured Stories
Crazy Good Banana Muffins
Try this recipe from Garden of Life product specialist Gwen Eager, a Certified RAW Vegan Chef. These Banana Muffins just might become your children's new favorite breakfast!

After Heart Attack, New Threat: Heart Failure
Risk of heart failure appears high within a few years of a first heart attack, a new study finds.
Finally, Memorial Day Coleslaw Gets a Makeover
Coleslaw is a popular dish, but traditional coleslaw recipes are full of unhealthy fats and sugar. Instead, this Memorial Day, treat yourself and your loved ones to a healthier version of coleslaw that's tangy and just a tad spicy.
New Bridge Organic Market Jacksonville 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.