All of these shots were hand-held, of course, but it was a bright day and I didn't have any problem with shutter speed. Raw veggies weren't the only produce for sale. There were also processed foods, such as salsas and macaroons.
The macaroon shot is pretty heavily cropped.
I liked the following shot of loaves of bread for the fact that the the loaf in the foreground is in good focus while the background is blurred out. However, the problem is that I shouldn't have had the loaves fill the image. It would have been better to include some of the surroundings to create better context for the shot.
I also liked a shot of some peppers, particularly because of the one that was off-color, so to speak.
My favorite food shot, though, was of some squash. This time having the vegetables fill the image worked well, I thought.
My other subjects were people.
In all of these cases I remembered to open up the lens aperture (f/4) to blur out the background and focus interest on the subjects of the shots.