$10 for $20 Worth of Groceries at Garden Fresh Market

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In a Nutshell

Fresh produce, seafood, and meat from Midwest farmers mingle with national brands on the shelves of a supermarket founded in Skokie

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 30th, 2012. Limit 1/person. Limit 1/visit. Valid in-store only. Only valid for location purchased. Not valid for delivery. Must use promotional value of each gift card in 1 visit. Not with other coupons or promotions. Each gift card must be used during separate visits. No cash back. Must redeem at Garden Fresh customer service desk for two $10 gift cards. Not valid until 9/28. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

$10 for $20 Worth of Groceries

Choose from the following locations:

  • 1786 Hintz Rd. in Wheeling
  • 275 Skokie Blvd. in Northbrook
  • 400 E Town Line Rd. in Mundelein
  • 965 E Rollins Rd. in Round Lake Beach
  • 955 W 75th St. in Naperville

Groupon holders will receive two $10 gift cards upon visiting the customer service desk at their preferred location; each gift card must be used on a separate visit. Items include fresh produce such as tomatoes and apples ($0.99 each for most varieties), Dutch Farms grade-A extra-large eggs ($1.59/dozen), and Lifeway kefir ($2.99–$3.49 for 32 oz.). Pricing varies, depending on market value.

Garden Fresh Market

Adi Mor opened the first Garden Fresh Market in 1980, selling fresh produce from a 1,000-square-foot lot in Skokie, which he would stock by taking 2 a.m. trips to Chicago's South Water market. Today, Garden Fresh Market sprawls over six suburban locations, where fresh produce from apples to zucchinis is still procured daily.

Grocery items range from fresh meat from Midwest famers to a wide selection of ethnic foods and national brands. The deli slices meats and cheeses both domestic and imported, and house-made seasonal salads and main courses make bringing dinner home easier than stealing it from a neighbor's windowsill. Many of the market's online recipes have even made it onto NBC5, giving its cooks their share of 15 minutes of fame.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances