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  1. I have found jars of Hatch green chile from New Mexico in jars at Whole Foods in Miami, with a brand called Zia. Roasted, chopped, and hot. 👍

    1. Good because they were watered down with how they stored after roasting. I was excited to smell the chili’s but no smells I could not understand that.

  2. Friends, I’ve been told by the folks at Young Guns Chile here in New Mexico
    that they plan to start selling their chopped/frozen Hatch Chile in Walmart stores
    in Florida. So, I guess, keep your eyes open in the frozen veggie aisle.

  3. I’m a produce manager at the panama city beach, fl fresh market we are roasting for the next 3 weeks mild and hot .. look us up would be more than happy to fill them orders . Also I’m a fellow new Mexican for burque (505) give us a shout

    1. Hey there! We just moved from Las Cruces NM to Tampa. We would love fresh roasted Hatch chili’s what is the market name and location. I would like to order.

    2. I live in Panama City, Florida . Im also from Alamogordo, New Mexico. I have been here 40 yrs. I really miss Hatch Chile (hot).. Please tell me where here they have it.. I foynd small cans of Hatch Chile @Winn Dixie. Just a tease. I want a big bag (sack).

    3. Chuys in gainesville will be having their green chile fest in a couple weeks and sells roasted chiles. Luckys and fresh market sell roasted green chiles around the same time but it will be mild and noone wants mild chiles laaame.

    4. We get ours at Fresh Market here in Fort Myers. We are from Albuquerque and miss the food. Come on August!!!!

      1. I’m from Denver as well, and was in Boca last week thinking of the opportunities to bring my Green Chili recipe down and starting a food truck at the beach. I think it would catch on quickly.

        1. Can’t blame you for leaving Denver, I left San Diego 20+ ago Welcome to the tropics, it’s hot in the summer, but winter is acceptable, think of an indoor job for summer.

        2. Also from Colorado grew up I’m Pueblo.
          Thought about doing the same on the emerald coast. Need a good supplier and have a roaster built.

        3. I’ll be moving to Fort Myers Beach in October from Wisconsin but grew up in Rio Rancho. Will be bringing my supplies with me. Hopefully we can meet some day.

      2. Last 2 years I found them at Fresh Market in Fort Myers. Hoping to pick some up and roast them again this year! Spent 14 yrs in NM. Gotta have my Hatch green chile!!!

      3. A new restaurant has opened up in downtown St Petersburg called NuMex and as you can tell by the name they specialize in New Mexican food based around Hatch Chile.
        Seriously the food is amazing but that is not the best part.
        The owner will also be opening a shop next door selling all kinds of Hatch based and New Mexican cuisine items as well as chiles when in season.

      4. I have it all year round, I take my trip every year to get mine for my Food Trailer. Its roasted and bagged in Quart size frozen zip lock baggies. Not peeled. I just relocated back to Fort Walton Beach after moving to Clermont Florida for a year n a half. I will be going live with my Food Trailer within the next 4 to Six months. Frankie J’s “Taste Of New Nexico” Authentic Southwest New Mexico Home Style Cooking.. You can find me on my Face Book page @ Frankie J’s the “505” in the “850”

      5. Guys, you can also call Bueno Foods and ask them precisely what stores carry their Hatch Green chile and other NM foods. I have bought frozen green and red chile in the typical Bueno Food containers in South Florida.

      6. Just found them at Sprouts in Palm Harbor. Will be in soon to Fresh Market roasted (Clearwater) and have even found them at local Winn Dixie.

      7. We are New Mexicans, Rowell. Have lived in Florida for 26 years. Miss our green Chile. We drive to Chuey’s in Kissimmee for our Hatch Chile meal. There is a Chuey’s in Orlando too.

          1. Suzanne A. Marshall

            Joseph! Glad to hear of this! What is the address of the Fresh Market? Do they roast them? What is the cost? Thank you so much!s

          1. Fresh Market on the beach and also in the Grove have them in season. They will also roast them for you. If you want them by the bushel you really have to walk them through it but you can get it done.

              1. Omg!! Thank you!! We just moved to Florida from NM back in Jan and I miss the food so much! When will they have it for sale?

                    1. I’m a native New Mexican living in Fla and yess we love them! So excited to find them sparingly here but hurry up August!

                      1. I live in Haines City Fl.
                        Left my heart in Taos New Mexico. And my hatch green chile.
                        Anyone know where closest place to buy FRESH .
                        I would appreciate any help…thank you

                      2. My wife and I just moved to Parrish a year ago and have bee so frustrated not being able to find the best green Chili’s on earth HATCH!!!!!……why?

                        1. Heck yes, there are a lot of us here in Florida who love Hatch Chile. I and my husband are from Espanola area. Been here 5 years and I miss my chile the most.! Can you tell me of anywhere here that sells them. I would even like to find the pound containers of frozen chopped green chile in any of our stores.

                          1. Check any Fresh Markets in your area, in Panama City Fl Fresh Market is getting them this Thursday and roasting them

                          2. If you find some please let me know! Just moved here two months ago from New Mexico in Florida now miss my green chile and red chili

                          3. Did you find some Linda? I’m in Lakeland from Santa Fe. Let me know where you are and if you got some. I got some fresh and now frozen of course.

                          4. Don’t know where in Florida you live but the Fresh Market stores carry Hatch Green Chile. Call them if you are near one.

                          5. I am also from New Mexico living in Florida Central Florida and cannot wait for some green chili. There’s a restaurant in Orlando that’s doing a green chili. A New Mexican restaurant is opening in St. Petersburg. So yes we love chili here in Florida.

                            1. My wife and I are from Albuquerque and moved to Orlando 3 years age. We love hatch green chili and we miss it. We order chili (jars) from Sadies in Albq. It good but not like fresh roasted green chili. Any idea where in Orlando they sell sacks of Hatch green chili?

                            2. I moved to Florida from Colorado…the one thing I missed from there is Hatch chiles! There is very little good tasting food here using chiles. LOVE them!

                            3. I was born and raised in NM and Hatch chile! I now live in Miami Beach Florida. Is there any Hatch chile coming this way?

                              1. MaryAlice, did you find any hatch on our coast? I’m in Palm Beach, and looking for my Hatch Fix! #RedorGreen #NewMexico 🙂

                                    1. You can order a 25 lb case from Fresh Market – hot, medium or mild. I think it was $35 last year for the case. If you time it right (order a few days before), they will roast them free when they have their chile roasting event at the store – usually a weekend in late August. Sign up for their emails – they send a notification of when they will have Hatch chiles. Lucky’s Market also had a chile roasting event last year but they wanted you to buy roasted at 3 times the price of fresh.

                                      1. My wife and I purchased 25 lbs of hot Hatch Chiles from Fresh Market today for 39.99 and they roasted them for free. Also put them in plastic containers. This is the Fresh Market in Tampa on N. Dale Mabry. Can’t say enough good about the experience. If you go to the website, you can order for pick up.

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