'"Friendliness," he said.
Cymbor attributes his
staff and family members with the market's success. They're on a first name basis with many of
"We try to do our best to know everybody. I think that's a key, is trying to be friendly to everybody, and to know everybody," he said.
The market has a little
bit of everything. There's fresh
produce, lots of which comes from growers in the area.
"We do a lot of local ones right now, when people are growing, we'll buy anything that's good off of them," Cymbor said.
But if you ask Cymbor,
he'll tell you the best part of the market is a family tradition that favors
people with a bit of a sweet tooth.
"The best thing is I think our homemade doughnuts. We've been making them for probably 50 years, way before I bought the store, and people love 'em," he said.
Doughnuts are made fresh three days a week. They also bake pies and cookies. There's always something on special, often times advertised on simple chalk boards along the road. And while fresh produce may be a focal point of the quality fruit market, Cymbor says their really a store for everything.
"You name it we have it, and if we don't have it, we'll get it," he said.