Solomon’s Fresh Market is dedicated to positively impacting the community and provides customers with a unique, healthy and environmentally friendly shopping experience, where even higher standards of freshness, quality of product and customer service are fundamental.  Our mission is to support healthy living, contribute to the community that we live in, while helping to preserve our environment for future generations.

We are committed to creating more value with less environmental impact.  Our stores have been designed to be environmentally friendly and come very close to achieving US energy efficient rating standards.  From building materials to air conditioning, refrigeration to lighting and water usage, we have incorporated many environmentally friendly aspects into the construction and operations of our stores.  These “green” features demonstrate our dedication to positively impact the environment.  Our goal is to operate the best, to the benefit of our customers and the community we serve.

Here are some of the organizations we support:


friends of the environment Hands for Hunger Bahamas Humane Society The Island School BAIC Bahamas Bahamas Reef Environment Education Foundation




“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtfully committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.” -- Margaret Mead

A couple trees may not seem like much, but to the children of Gambier Primary School, it might as well have been a forest. After losing their beloved sugar apple tree a few years ago, the children and teachers of Gambier Primary School were ecstatic to receive a new sugar apple tree. We planted it in the same spot where the old tree had once thrived. Thanks to our friends at Lucayan Tropical, we were also able to donate a native banana tree near the school’s vegetable garden. 

We did this in honor of Earth Day (which will be observed on April 22, 2014); a day when192 countries worldwide take the time to give back to our planet and our communities. Since the children will be out of school for Easter Break on Earth Day, we decided to plant a little early. But that’s ok, we don’t think anyone minded!