Source: Miami’s Community Newspapers
By: Community News
Photo: Miami’s Community Newspapers
From the outside, the sleek appearance of Wild Fork Foods, located at 1180 S. Dixie Hwy. In Coral Gables, definitely makes it clear that this is not your typical grocery store; it’s a specialty market. Once you step inside, however, you realize the many differences that set Wild Fork Foods apart.
First off, it is a simple, neat, stress-free shopping experience. No hunting down endless rows of items like hemp-infused lip balm and helium-balloons-on-request that have nothing to do with food. Wild Fork Foods only stocks quality meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, fruits, sauces, spices, select desserts and breads, and an essentials-only selection of grilling necessities like charcoal and wood chips.
Also refreshingly absent are large bins of self-serve items and long lines to speak to the butcher. Everything at Wild Fork Foods is sensibly packaged to serve three to four adults or easily meet the needs of a family of two adults and two children. No more worrying about waste or asking staff to break packages, the Wild Fork way is purely focused on getting great quality food in your hands (and to your table) quickly, without a lot of hassle.
One of the other aspects that makes Wild Fork Foods unique is the vast amount of choices they’re able to provide when it comes to their main course offerings.
A Wild Fork Foods Spokesperson explains: “Because we’re not wasting shelf space for 30 different kinds of cereal, laundry detergent, and paper towels, we’re able to expand on what we make available in the center of the plate — the good stuff.”