made out of hemp.
“We have customers up to the age of 90,” Tim Gunther
said. “We supply education about hemp; we don’t give medical
advice, but rely on referrals from existing customers.”
The Green Market on Melody Lane is an adjunct of the famous Saturday
farmers market. It offers locally grown produce on Wednesdays.
With the success of these new additions to downtown and
that of existing established businesses, too, Fort Pierce seems
to have a bright future indeed. Perhaps all this positivity will
blow away the COVID blues.
Many downtown retailers credit
the establishment in 2013 of
Sailfish Brewery, a tap-house and
craft brewery, as being the catalyst
for downtown’s renaissance.
Other recent additions to Fort Pierce’s downtown include Crabby’s Dockside,
a casual dining restaurant overlooking the city marina.