Groceries & Markets in Dixon


$17 for $33 Worth of Delivered Organic Produce from Farm Fresh To You

Farm Fresh To You

Milpitas

Boxes of seasonal certified organic produce from local farms come with recipes and free delivery to your doorstep

$33 $17

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$15 for $30 Worth of Nutritional Supplements at Max Muscle Fair Oaks

Max Muscle

Max Muscle

Protein- and nutrient-rich supplements support healthy lifestyles while improving athletic performance or aiding weight-loss efforts

$30 $15

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for a Free Pound of Coffee with a Purchase of Five or More Pounds of Coffee at Moschetti

Moschetti

Vallejo

For $5, receive a coupon for a free pound of coffee with the purchase of five or more pounds of coffee.

$5

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$29 for $50 Worth of Water — Tap Into Health w/ Kangen Water

Tap Into Health

Concord

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$50 $29

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$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Candy and Sweets at Powell's Sweet Shoppe ($20 Value)

Powell's Sweet Shoppe - Novato

Novato

Modern and old-fashioned candies, chocolates, gelato and sweets, including truffles, gummi bears, M&Ms, jelly beans, and over-size lollipops

$10 $6

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One-, Three-, or Five-Day Juice Cleanse from Uptown Juice Company (Up to 16% Off)

Uptown Juice Company

Downtown

Each cleanse includes six 16-ounce bottles of juice per day, plus a phone consultation with a holistic nutritionist

$89 $75

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Nostalgia tastes sweet at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, a shop specializing in old-fashioned treats that many regulars fondly recall from the past. Confectioners slice creamy fudge on a marble slab and dunk crisp apples into caramel that bubbles in a traditional copper kettle. Strawberries are dipped in chocolate and then drizzled, and tubs of caramel-coated popcorn and nuts are packaged together in bags. There is much to drool over at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, including non-chocolate items like licorice and even dog treats dipped in a creamy white confection for man's best friend or a weird cousin. The chocolate factory also offers an app with special coupons, rewards card, and in-store deals.
131 Nut Tree Rd
Vacaville,
CA
US
At Sizzling Wok, chefs wield fiery-hot woks chock-full of stir-fry dishes from a menu of Chinese specialties such as peking pork, chow mein, and kung pao chicken. Combination plates grant the power of choice to hunger-havers, helping them pack plates with their choice of two stir-fry entrees, chow mein, fried rice, and a crispy fried drumstick ($7.99). Sizzling Wok's cooks learn to juggle up to two quarts of tender chicken breasts, aromatic spices, and crisp vegetables, which they toss into piping-hot woks for dishes such as the peanut- and jalapeño-laced kung pao chicken ($5.99/pt.). Pan-fried pot stickers burst with a filling of tasty meat and vegetables ($3.99 for six) and, when paired with fried tempura shrimp ($4.99 for six), demolish international side-dish-specific cravings.
367 W Main St
Woodland,
CA
US
Along one side of Il Fiorello's olive groves, a creek creates just the right kind of soil drainage for the hearty trees that flourish in sunny, dry conditions. Totaling more than 2,000 in number, the trees help produce the award-winning olive oils that are crafted on-site. Visitors to Il Fiorello?which means "little flower" in Italian and nothing in Japanese?can tour the olive mill, which works through an impressive three tons of olives per hour. From there, guests can head to the tasting room to try samples of the finished product, as well as balsamic vinegar reductions.
2625 Mankas Corner Rd
Fairfield,
CA
US
Brooke Preston was eating a lot of protein. While training for a figure competition, the athlete found herself consuming upwards of three pounds of buffalo meat per day. Then she started to develop thyroid problems, and took a step back to evaluate her situation?and more specifically, her diet. She discovered the healing power of raw foods and a plant-based diet, and she soon recovered from her thyroid imbalance. Food had changed her life. Ms. Preston has been a chef now for more than 20 years, and she's still as health-conscious as ever. The Green Boheme brings some of her most creative flavors to the public at large, with a focus on food that is organic, vegan, raw, gluten-free, and soy-free. The business dons many hats, such as a cafe serving the likes of vegan "meatloaf" and pizza and a cooking school that teaches visitors how to create nutrient-rich meals. Watch this video to learn more about Chef Preston's food philosophy.
1825 Del Paso Blvd.
Sacramento,
CA
US
Every October, the quiet vegetables fields at Bastiao Farms come alive with the laughter and shrieks of the annual Halloween festival. On one side of the grounds, a motor-powered train makes its way through the haunted corn maze, a massive, growing labyrinth supplemented by three additional corn and hay-bale mazes plus a Halloween-themed pumpkin patch. In other areas of the grounds, children and adults alike can navigate historically engaging sights that include a one-room schoolhouse and a scaled-down Wild West town featuring wooden saloons, storefronts, inns, and a covered wagon that secretly dreams of becoming a hardtop.
3845 El Centro Rd
Sacramento,
CA
US
Press your nose against the glass and try not to leave tongue prints as you browse gourmet chocolate creations ($20 per lb.) in all shapes, sizes, and combinations. Turtles hosts hunks of homemade fudgical bliss ($12 per lb.) that could please any pleasant sweet tooth or dark-side devourer, along with a wide selection of retro sweets and sugar-free candy ($22 per lb.). Load up on treats and dumptruck them onto an iceberg of Dreyer’s ice cream ($2.50 and up) titanic enough to sink any ocean liner.
1017 2nd St
Sacramento,
CA
US