You could say Produce Junction contributed to the whole foods fad before it was even a fad. After all, the chain of produce-oriented grocery stores opened in the '70s, decades before words like "organic" and "local" carried such great weight in supermarkets. The Philadelphia family that founded Produce Junction quickly expanded, adding stores all over the region—including one in Marcus Hook, not far from Meetinghouse.
Like its sister locations, the Marcus Hook branch of Produce Junction sells ripe fruits and veggies at deep discounts. The only potential drawback is that the store only accepts cash, but if you're a card-carrier, you can just use the on-site ATM. Even if you just take out a few dollars, you'll be able to walk out of Produce Junction with some fresh fruit or veggies, nuts, flowers, or even a gift. What's more, Produce Junction offers wholesale prices to businesses and organizations planning special events.