Groceries at Family Fruit Market

Portage Park

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In a Nutshell

Continually rotated seasonal produce, USDA Choice meats for the grill, imported European groceries, and bulk snacks at a neighborhood market

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with any other offers or specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

People buy groceries and bring them home so that they will always have food in their fridge and so that they won't have to kiss grapefruits in public in the middle of the produce aisle. Take care of private matters inside the home with this Groupon.

Three Vouchers, Each Valid for $20 Worth of Groceries

Currently, apricots are $0.99 per pound, fresh lettuce is $0.99 for two heads, and fresh pickles are $0.29 per pound. U.S. Grade-A chicken legs are $0.99 per pound, and USDA Choice beef ground chuck is $2.99 per pound. Prices are subject to change.

Limit one Groupon per visit; they may not be combined.

Family Fruit Market

The hand-drawn signs in the windows of Family Fruit Market’s bright-red home on Cicero display the shop’s best specials—and, inside, produce bins and deli cases display only its freshest items. You’re likely to see a lot of staff on the floor of this two-decade-old neighborhood favorite, checking and rotating the stock of meats, fruits, and vegetables throughout the day. Six days a week, they’re also busy receiving deliveries of meat, including U.S. Grade-A chicken and USDA Choice beef for the oven and grill.

Behind the deli counter sits a gallery of domestic and imported cheeses and meats selected to appeal to the surrounding neighborhood, even the guy down the street who doesn’t like too many holes in his swiss. Packaged groceries are curated with equal care. Highlights of the inner aisles include a broad selection of European condiments, Hispanic seasonings, and bulk snacks such as spicy dried mango and guacamole-seasoned mixed nuts.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances