Weekly Organic Produce Specials

Our 100% Organic Produce Department

Weekly special prices good through each Sunday.
Available at both locations, while supplies last!

Fruits

California Valencia Oranges / 1.29 lb.

California Valencia Oranges / 1.29 lb.

A  study has shown that consuming vitamin C supplements does not provide the same protective benefits as drinking a glass of orange juice.  The same study showed that not only is the protection afforded by fruit more complex, but smaller amounts of - nutrients like vitamin C are all that are needed for benefit.
Pineapples / 1.49 lb

Pineapples / 1.49 lb

Pineapple is loaded with vitamin C, B1 and smaller amounts of B2, B3, B5 and B6.  It is also an excellent source of manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium, beta-carotene, folic acid, and dietary fiber.
Pink Lady Apples / 1.98 lb.

Pink Lady Apples / 1.98 lb.

Pink Lady apples originally came from Australia, and are a cross between a Golden Delicious and a Lady Williams. They are crisp with a sweet, slightly tart flavor. Washington grown!
Packham Pear/ 1.79 lb.

Packham Pear/ 1.79 lb.

The Packham pear has a look similar to its Bartlett parent with green skin that ripens to a light yellow.  They have a sweet and juicy white flesh with a smooth texture.Hailing from the Southern Hemisphere, Packham pears usually take three to eight days to fully ripen at room temperature. Hasten all pears ripening by placing them in a paper bag. Packham pears will keep at room temperature for a week and can keep for several months in the refrigerator.For a real treat, sliced Packham pears with arugula and sliced brie, or serve with a variety of cheeses on a platter.
Tommy Atkins Mangoes / 1.59 each

Tommy Atkins Mangoes / 1.59 each

Tommy Atkins mangos are striking to the eye for their vibrant red, yellow and orange colors. This 'superfruit' is rich in a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. Mangoes explode with Vitamin A,  enough to provide almost 80% of your vitamin A requirement. They are among the most consumed fruits in the world.
Ataulfo Mangos / 1.59 each

Ataulfo Mangos / 1.59 each

Ataulfo mangos are small, delicately shaped mangoes with a skin that ripens to a golden yellow. The flesh is velvety smooth and buttery sweet with a hint of lemon. If you've yet to try one, then get yourself over to our store quick and ask one of our produce staff to cut you a sample! See you soon!
Gala Apples / 1.79 lb

Gala Apples / 1.79 lb

A superb dessert apple that is excellent for fresh eating and baking. Washington grown.
Golden Nugget Tangerines / 2.98 lb.

Golden Nugget Tangerines / 2.98 lb.

The golden nugget tangerine is an exceptional tangerine variety. It is roughly rounded in shape and exterior texture. Its bumpy skin is a golden orange, aromatic, and easy to peel. It's easily segmented flesh is deep orange, tender, extremely sweet and always seedless.
Fuji Apples / 1.98 lb.

Fuji Apples / 1.98 lb.

Fuji apples are excellent for eating fresh or adding to salads, as well as for making pies or sauces.
California Hass Avocados / 4.89 lb

California Hass Avocados / 4.89 lb

While it’s true that avocados are relatively high in fat, they mostly contain the heart-healthy monounsaturated or ‘good’ fats. Hass avocados contain not only healthy fats but a load of other nutrients, including folate, vitamin C, protein and fiber. Grown by Rancho Vasquez out of Azusa, CA.

Vegetables

Rainbow Carrots / 1.98 bunch

Rainbow Carrots / 1.98 bunch

The colors in rainbow carrots come naturally from traditionally bred heirloom style seeds. The colors represent a virtual rainbow of rich nutrients from a family of important antioxidants called carotenoids. The color in red carrots comes naturally from lycopene, an antioxidant that may promote healthy eyes and a healthy prostate. Orange carrots get their color naturally from beta-carotene, an antioxidant and vitamin A precursor. Yellow and white carrots get their color naturally from lutein, which studies suggest may also promote good eye health. Purple carrots color comes from the same potent phytonutrients that makes blueberries blue, called anthocyanins.
Orange Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb.

Orange Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb.

Bell peppers are low in calories, have no fat and are sodium-free and cholesterol-free. A good source of vitamin C, they contain 130 percent of the RDA in a five and one-half ounce serving for this nutrient.
Baby Sweet Broccoli / 2.49 bunch

Baby Sweet Broccoli / 2.49 bunch

Because baby broccoli is extremely tender, it can be eaten raw or cooked. Every part of the plant is edible. In raw form, it can be added to salads or paired with dips. Also, try grilling, roasting or sauteeing.
Leeks / 1.98 lb.

Leeks / 1.98 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.
Zucchini Squash / 1.98 lb.

Zucchini Squash / 1.98 lb.

Zucchini is an excellent source of manganese and vitamin C and a very good source of magnesium, vitamin A (notably through its concentration of carotenoids, including beta-carotene), fiber, potassium, folate, copper, riboflavin, and phosphorus.
Vine Ripened Cluster Tomatoes / 2.49 lb.

Vine Ripened Cluster Tomatoes / 2.49 lb.

Vine ripened cluster tomatoes!
Sugar Plum Cherry Tomatoes / 2.49 pint containers

Sugar Plum Cherry Tomatoes / 2.49 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.
Yellow Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb

Yellow Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb

Bell peppers are low in calories, have no fat and are sodium-free and cholesterol-free. A good source of vitamin C, they contain 130 percent of the RDA in a five and one-half ounce serving for this nutrient.
Red Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb.

Red Bell Peppers / 3.98 lb.

Bell peppers boost your immune system due to high vitamin A, C and antioxidant properties, including beta carotene, which helps maintain healthy skin and vision. The red bells in particular contain 1.5 times more vitamin C, 8 times more vitamin A and 11 times more beta carotene than green bell peppers.
Cilantro / 1.29 bunch

Cilantro / 1.29 bunch

Cilantro is exceptional in it's phytonutrient content and has a strong antioxidant activity. It is most often cited as being effective for toxic metal cleansing and rightfully so, this herb is a powerful, natural cleansing agent. The chemical compounds in cilantro bind to toxic metals and loosen them from the tissue. Many people suffering from mercury exposure report a reduction in the often-cited feeling of disorientation after consuming large and regular amounts of cilantro over an extended period.
California Asparagus / 4.98lb

California Asparagus / 4.98lb

California Grown!!Asparagus is the leading supplier among vegetables of folic acid. A 5.3 ounce serving provides 60% of the recommended daily allowance for folacin which is necessary for blood cell formation, growth, and prevention of liver disease. Asparagus is also a good source of potassium, thiamin, vitamin b6, and one of the richest sources of rutin, a compound which strengthens capillary walls. 
Green Cabbage / .89 lb.

Green Cabbage / .89 lb.

Artichokes / 2.89 each

Artichokes / 2.89 each

Artichokes are so nutrient dense! For the 25 calories in a medium-sized artichoke, you get 16 essential nutrients. They are an excellent source of magnesium, chromium, manganese, potassium, phosphorous, iron and calcium.

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