$15 for $30 Worth of Natural Groceries, Vitamins, and Deli Fare at Lassen's Natural Foods and Vitamins

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Grocery & deli furnishes wholesome feasts with Organic Pastures milk, organic produce, vitamins & supplements, deli fare & more

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Expires Apr 11th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid only at Fresno location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Healthy living, like catching a really fast pig, requires balance, discipline, and a lack of grease. Move toward a healthier existence with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of natural groceries, vitamins, and deli fare at Lassen's Natural Foods and Vitamins.

For more than 40 years, Lassen's Natural Foods and Vitamins has furnished wholesome feasts with an array of organic and low-processed products, including fresh produce, raw milk, and Kombucha, and a full service deli with a menu of freshly prepared foods. Customers can opt for 64 ounces of Organic Pastures whole raw milk ($5.49) or Porterville-grown organic navel oranges (.99/lb). Lassen's also offers vegan and raw products, as well as an array of Garden of Life vitamins and supplements ($10.99+) and body care products from Desert Essence ($2.49+). Bake gluten-free goodies with a bag of Bob's Red Mill almond meal ($11.79), or visit the deli for soups ($2.49–$3.99) and smoothies ($3.99–$4.99) that eliminate lengthy cooking processes and allow for extra time to write clavichord rock ballads.

Lassen's Natural Foods and Vitamins

At Lassen's Natural Foods and Vitamins, you can find ayurvedic herb blends and homeopathic herbs. You can find kelp granules, kelp capsules, and kelp powder. And you can peruse more than a dozen varieties of tahini and cashew and almond butter. The vast inventory of wholesome foods and supplements may overwhelm newcomers. Fortunately, staff members strive to not only provide shoppers access to healthy products, but also educate and empower them to make healthy decisions.

Each month, for instance, local health experts lead health lectures, discussing topics that range from managing stress to working up to a Hulk-like immune system. Staff members are happy to let customers sample any product, and even offer educational literature when a customer wavers between brands. Most importantly, staff members receive weekly educational trainings, and pass their knowledge on to customers: cashiers can explain the difference between organic and free range, for instance, and herb experts can explain the health benefits of dozens of plants and herbs.