Früchte-Jähne a Food Lovers Paradise

On a bustling corner in Schliersee, directly on B307 at the traffic light with Tengelmenns and the Intersport, you will find a Schliersee tradition. For 33 years, 2 generations of the Jähne family have provided Schliersee and it’s many visitors with an amazing array of fruits and vegetables. From the ordinary to the exotic.  And of course all of the highest quality. This is particularly wonderful during the dark grey winter months when produce selections at the markets are particularly poor.

It is well known that if you buy your produce from Früchte-Jähne you are getting the freshest most delicious products. The price may be a bit more than you would  pay at one of the discounted shops or the larger supermarkets but at Früchte-Jähne you are guaranteed quality.

When I travel, it is these little magical shops where you can find a delicious variety of high quality gourmet foods that intrigue me the most.  Places where I can buy something delicious to bring back to my rental apartment or tuck in my backpack and enjoy on a picnic or a break while hiking.  Imagine snacking on ripe red raspberries the size of your thumb or flat and juicy vineyard peaches with some local cheese and a breathtaking view.

By doing your shopping right here in Schliersee it really helps support these smaller family run establishments.  Which gives us all a richer more varied shopping experience.  I always think that food is one place that you should not cut corners. It saves you money on doctor visits when you eat healthy, high quality foods.  If you can’t grow your own or visit a local farm stand, Früchte-Jähne is the next best thing.

 

Efficient, friendly, knowledgeable service is the norm at Früchte-Jähne and they still believe in the old polite touches like holding the door for you…with a smile.

 

Laura Boston-Thek Laura Boston-Thek

American artist, photographer and professional wanderer who, after 20 years of roaming, put down roots in a 100 year old Bavarian farmhouse and fell in love with the Alpine village and its residents (both 2-legged and 4-legged).