Fall is in the air and for my part of the country that means not only football, but farmer's market!
Every community is different and I'd search the web to see where your local ones are and when they run. The one off of lake Eola in downtown Orlando runs year round. But the giant one in downtown St Pete stops for three months in the summer. It's a giant market though so it's great while it's open.
There is one less middle man, so a lot of times you can get the produce for half or two-thirds of the grocery store price. Usually the produce is local and organic, which saves you more! I can often buy an entire bag of produce for around $10.
It's not just a place for farmers anymore. Many now offer local ranchers and fishermen who sell their meat as well. Sometimes you have to order it a week in advance or they'll email you what they recently caught. The fish from St Pete is amazing!
The weather is turning beautiful, so save some more money by walking or riding your bike if you can.