City of Menifee announces Barons Market as February Business Spotlight

Barons Market Menifee Store Manager Cheri Zamora and Marketing Manager Nancy Kennedy are pictured with the Menifee City Council and Economic Development Director Gina Gonzalez.

The City of Menifee announced Barons Market as its February Business Spotlight, a program that is a part of the Economic Development Department’s B3 (Building Better Businesses) program. Barons Market has called Menifee home since 2019.

Barons Market is a family-owned, neighborhood grocery store specializing in providing organic, natural, specialty, and locally sourced products. To ensure this standard is upheld, Barons Market holds a food panel meeting with staff and managers every Wednesday to deliberate which items will be stocked at all locations. Products are evaluated by various categories such as taste, quality, ingredients, and value. 

The store also offers a fresh salad bar with a large variety of toppings such as an olive bar, a hot soup bar, and a hot foods bar for those that lead a busy life and still want to enjoy a healthy meal.

Barons Market is not just enthusiastic about supporting the health of the community but is also passionate about championing future generations. This business has supported local schools such as Callie Kirkpatrick Elementary School, Evans Ranch Elementary School, and Santa Rosa Academy. Additionally, they have worked with local organizations including Lake Menifee Women’s Club, Menifee Valley Little League, Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, Animal Town Sanctuary, and Mrs. B’s Table.

“Barons Market has become an essential part of the Menifee community and has set itself apart by providing quality and healthy products while also supporting our local schools and non-profits,” District 3 Councilmember Lesa Sobek said. “Thank you, Barons Market, for always going above the call of business.”

For more information about Barons Market, visit To view their Business
Spotlight video, visit


Social Media

Explore More


Get The Latest Updates

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter

No spam, notifications only about local news stories. 

On Key

Related Posts