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the best orange juice in {san diego}…



Every week, we buy a quart of Polito Family Farms freshly-squeezed valencia orange juice. Like pure liquid gold, this orange juice leaves Tropicana in its dust. There's really no turning back once your taste buds have becomes spoiled with freshly squeezed refreshments like these. If you're in San Diego, you can find Polito's stand every Tuesday at the Coronado Farmer's Market and every Saturday at the Little Italy Farmer's Market.

{photo by Oh Joy}


  1. I’ve heard so many good things about the Little Italy Farmer’s Market. I will definitely check it out (though not this weekend, as I’m heading up to LA). And I’ll definitely try this OJ.
    There’s nothing like fresh OJ in the morning.

  2. If you go to the Little Italy Mercato, don’t miss the Schaner Farm’s stand – they also have great juice – and they supply Lucques and other great LA restaurants with produce. Amazing eggs too.

  3. I’ve seen it, but never tried here on Coronado. Guess I’ll have to try. The tomato man was trying to talk me into visiting that booth too. 😉

  4. looks so refreshing. i always appreciate a good and natural tasting orange juice. i will have to try polito when in san diego.

  5. i went to the little italy farmer’s market today & tried the juice – you are absolutely right – their juice is soooo good. probably the best oj i’ve ever tried.

  6. I’m a big fan of the Hilcrest farmer’s market – I love their crepes! Im definitely going to check out this OJ.


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