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Melanie Wong | Oct 14, 201312:31 PM     7

Last Monday I was headed south on Highway 99 and spotted Organic Fresno’s roadside sign tucked among a motel row. The next exit was right there so I pulled off for a quick recon.

The man who greeted me warmly was somewhat apologetic that they were sold out of many items after a busy weekend. Pastured eggs, $5/dozen, all gone. Baked goods, fresh juices, not yet replenished, but I was pleased to hear that the community is supporting the concept. The full menu is online.

I got a “Flow”, $3, for the road. This was water kefir with hibiscus tea. Aromatic, barely sweet, and naturally carbonated, the perfect refresher.

Organic Fresno
903 N. Parkway Drive
Fresno, CA 93728
http://revivecafe.com/organic-fresno/

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