Weekly special prices good through each Sunday.
Available at both locations, while supplies last!
Tri Color Grapes / $7.49 2lb container
Black, green and red grapes in a 2lb container.
California Keitt Mangos / 4.98 each
The Keitt Mango is a virtually fiberless (less stringy) fruit, so it has a really nice smooth texture. They turn from orange-green to bright green when ripe. Since the California Keitt Mangos are grown here in our lovely state, they can be left on the tree longer than imported mangoes, which provides a sweeter, more mature mango. Also, because they are grown here they are exempt from USDA requirements for hot water treatment (fruit fly containment) and are considered a raw fruit. The is a smooth, delicate sweetness with a hint of lemon undertones.
Pineapples / 1.49 lb
Pineapple is loaded with vitamin C, B1 and smaller amounts of B2, B3, B5 and B6.Â It is also an excellent source of manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium, beta-carotene, folic acid, and dietary fiber.
Bartlett Pear / 1.79 lb.
Bartlett pears ripen from green to yellow. When they give to the touch, particularly around the stem, they are good and ready to eat. They are great pears to cook with. Try serving them with spinach, in a salad, or with walnuts and blue cheese.
Fuji Apples / 1.98 lb.
Fuji apples are excellent for eating fresh or adding to salads, as well as for making pies or sauces.
Gala Apples / 1.29 lb
A superb dessert apple that is excellent for fresh eating and baking.
Honeycrisp Apples / 3.49 lb.
Honeycrisp apples are honey sweet (with a touch of tart) and amazingly crisp. They are excellent for eating and in salads as well as for sauces, baking and pies. Washington grown.
Leeks / 1.59 lb.
Leeks a very good source of manganese and a good source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, folate, and iron. This particular combination of nutrients make leeks particularly helpful in stabilizing blood sugar.
Sugar Plum Cherry Tomatoes / 2.89 pint containers
These Vitamins C, A, K, and lycopene-enriched beauties are sweet and juicy! They are grown by Del Cabo Farms in southern Baja California, Mexico. The Del Cabo Farms Cooperative is a successful partnership with Jacobs Farm out of Pescadero, California. Together, they are able to keep over 400 small family farms busy growing organic crops for export.
Persian Cucumbers / 3.98 1lb container
Cucumbers have an impressive amount of water (about 96%) that is naturally distilled, which makes it superior to ordinary water. Its skin contains a high percentage of vitamin A, so should not be peeled off. The cucumber contains alkaline-forming minerals and is an excellent source of vitamin C and A (anti-oxidants), folate, manganese, molybdenum, potassium, silica, sulfur, and lesser amounts of vitamin B complex, sodium, calcium, and phosphorus.
Red Cabbage / .98 lb.
Red cabbage belongs to the cruciferous, or Brassica, family that includes broccoli, turnips and Brussels sprouts. The rich red color of red cabbage reflects it concentration of anthocyanin polyphenols, which contribute to red cabbage containing significantly more protective phytonutrients than green cabbage. In April 2012, Vanderbilt University Medical Center released research results showing that breast cancer survivors who ate more cruciferous vegetables reduced their risk of dying by 62 percent.
Green Cabbage / .98 lb.
Sweet Yellow Onions / 1.19 lb.
The mildness of the sweet yellow onion is attributable to its low sulfur content. What tastier way to eat healthier than with sweet onions. Because they are milder and easier to digest, you can consume "sweets" raw and in abundance, thus obtaining all the many health benefits that these delicious alliums offer.
Yellow Onions / 1.19 lb.
Of all the healthy benefits of onions, two elements stand out: sulfur (a compound) and quercetin (a flavonoid). They each have been shown to help neutralize the free radicals in the body, and protect the membranes of the body's cells from damage. Full flavored and versatile, organic yellow onions are also a good source of Vitamin C.
Red Potatoes / 1.29 lb
Red potatoes have a light, subtle flavor and a creamy texture. If unpeeled, they are rich in potassium and vitamin C so leave the skins on and simply scrub gently in water before using. They hold their shape after they're cooked, so they're great for making potato salads and scalloped potatoes.
Gold Potatoes / 1.29 lb
With these Gold Potatoes, the more intense the yellow color of the flesh, the higher the vitamin A levels, which promotes good vision, healthy skin, and improved immune system. The golden yellow peel stores strong amounts of potassium as well as vitamin A, so scrub them gently and leave on the peels when cooking. Great for any type of potato preparation.
Green Onions / .98 bunch
Green onions are actually one of the richest sources of vitamin K. Vitamin K has a potential role in bone health by promoting osteotrophic (bone formation and strengthening) activity. Adequate vitamin-K levels in the diet help limiting neuronal damage in the brain,thus establishing a role in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease.