Rollin’ Oats in Tampa has one of the best grab-and-go sections in the state of Florida. The grocery store features a robust wine and craft beer selection, space to craft your own peanut butter, a sprawling bulk section, sensational organic produce, and ample vegan and gluten-free options. This market has a gorgeous outdoor patio with a vibrant mural painted by local artist Cheryl Weber (Jujmo) as the background.
How could this market get any better? Shoppers can also enjoy a craft brew, or fresh kombucha while they stroll the aisles. The plantains, forbidden rice, spicy Brussel sprouts, and gluten-free Mac and Cheese are some of the best meals you can get in the city of Tampa.
Rollin’ Oats Market & Café was founded in July of 1994 by Bert Swain and Larry Schwartz. After nearly 30 years, the local market continues to uphold a high product standard. The market’s products do not contain hormones, antibiotics, hydrogenated oils, color additives, preservatives, artificial flavors or sweeteners, and high fructose corn syrup.
Rollin’ Oats expanded locations in 2008 with this resplendent 14,000-square-foot store in South Tampa to meet the healthy living needs of the entire Tampa Bay region.
The shop itself features a bountiful bulk section, a wide variety of local craft beer, super fresh produce, my absolute favorite chocolate macarons, and a bevy of vegan- and gluten-free goodies for those with dietary restrictions.
The Tampa Market features:
- A 100% organic produce section
- Curated craft beer and wine selection
- Bulk food department
- Vegan and gluten-free grocery products
- Vitamins, supplements, and many other wellness products
- Healthy grab-and-go style meal options at Rollin’ Oats Café
You can browse the full cafe menu on Rollin’ Oats website.
Rollin Oats, 1021 North MacDill Ave.
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