Welcome to the market with heart in the heart of West Asheville

Fresh, local, organic produce and your favorite bulk and grocery items are all right here... a manageable selection of all  the best the natural foods world has to offer. 

What's Happening at the Market
Well it's the beginning of another month.  Check out our great sales for January!  Just click the link above to see what you need to start off your new year right.


For the holidays, or any special occasion,  gift baskets are unique and thoughtful.  Our West Village Market baskets can range from the most simple to an extravagant collection of wonderful things. Call us to order one, or one for everyone in your office!


You can find Carl & Judi every Wednesday through Saturday here at West Village Market. 



We‘ve partnered with a natural living resource center to bring you this website. Please take advantage of this wealth of information to find answers to your healthcare and nutrition questions. Click the underlined link to check it out.



Special order your favorite vitamins or health & beauty items, and you‘ll get 10% off!  Click the link above for info.



Health News from outside the bubble
Healthy Tips for Back to School
Back to school, back to germs! During the school year, your child's immune system is put to the test. In addition to stocking up on school supplies and finding a cool new backpack, it's important to prepare your child physically for some of the most common challenges of a new school year. The following tips will help keep support your child's immunity throughout the year.

Breast Milk Best From the Breast?
Infants fed directly from the breast are less likely to develop ear infections than those who are fed pumped breast milk from a bottle, a new study suggests.
Health Tip: Breathe Healthier Air at Home
To help prevent breathing problems, keep the air inside your home clean.
West Village Market & Deli Health Tips
The bone robber
Soda pop contains a significant amount of phosphorus, an acid-forming mineral. Research has shown that phosphorus can interfere with the skeleton's ability to absorb calcium. A natural whole foods diet, free of soft drinks, is most important for teenagers, when 40 to 60 percent of peak bone mass is built.