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sarah | Jul 6, 200308:29 AM     12

Howdy Chowhounds!

I recently moved to Portland and I have yet to find a great, well-priced produce store--can anyone help?

I am looking for either a terrific, stand-alone place or one in a market that has all the basics as well as some more unusual offerings, like lemongrass, radicchio, wild mushrooms, blood oranges and Meyer lemons in season, really fresh herbs (like tarragon and some of the other less known ones) at prices that don't make you feel like your wallet will implode at checkout($2 for cilantro???)!

I have been to only a couple places so far: Zupan's, the produce place next to Trader Joe's on 39th, Sheridan, Fred Meyers (yikes!)and a couple other places. Have you any suggestions before I succomb to a serious Vitamin A deficiency-scurvy coma???

Thanks all!

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