Groceries, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, are a basic living expense. Get the fundamentals with this Groupon.
$12 for $25 Worth of Local Produce and Groceries
Shoppers fill baskets with the finest local produce and products of the season, such as specialty breads ($5 on average); nut mixes, whole grains, and pastas ($3–$8); pita crackers and almond thin cookies ($4–$5); and dips such as hummus, guacamole, and salsa ($6 on average).
Snap Top Market
Snap Top Market fills its crates and shopping displays with hearty dips made from local producers, healthy fruits and veggies from nearby markets, and fresh, wholesome loaves of bread. Decrying the modern American diet's reliance on processed foods, wasteful shipping practices, and tasteless futuristic meal pills, the grocers connect consumers directly to the food chain. To do this, they source produce from regional growers, and they keep selections within season. Visitors load up baskets with sweet plums, apples, and pears, along with products from Boston-area businesses, such as tea from Tea Cuvée and salsa and guacamole from Mi Padre Pedro's.
“Great service, good, fresh selection of goods (particularly produce), though slightly pricey.”
“Great little neighborhood market. Very fresh produce, yummy cheeses, and many interesting sauces and pastas and such. Don't miss the awesome dark chocolate-covered...”
“Great little neighborhood market. Very fresh produce, yummy cheeses, and many interesting sauces and pastas and such. Don't miss the awesome dark chocolate-covered pretzels!! Also very friendly owner and staff.”
“beautiful produce and products”