I'm so jealous of all of you with Trader Joe's. There are none in Florida. I wish I could franchise one, it would make a mint here. The Whole Foods nearest to me is packed like it's the day before Thanksgiving regardless of actual time or day. I have other issues with it as well so I only go there if I'm desperate. Otherwise, it's Publix and Winn Dixie. I usually only get the usual meat, veg, and random canned goods/coffee. I'm looking online for grass fed meat, but I can only place small orders since my apartment fridge/freezer is small.
For several months out of the year, there's a small organic farmer's market just down the way from where I live that I can walk to, but it's closed all summer and some of the fall. I've visited some other "farmer's" markets in my area recently and most of them were flea markets that happened to have some 2nd rate produce.
Winter is a great time in Florida for locally grown vegetables and fruits. Summertime, not so much. Although, right now you can walk down the street and pick up coconuts to your heart's content since a lot of people cut them off the trees and leave them sitting on the ground until they are gathered up during hurricane season. Also, giant avocados and mangos are pretty easy to come by.
kiss = keep it simple, sister!