Groceries & Markets in East Millcreek

One Heirloom Seed Pack or a 72-Hour Deluxe Emergency Meal Kit for Two with Shipping from Family Storehouse (Up to 55% Off)

Family Storehouse

Multiple Locations

$30 $19

Packs with 30 different kinds of vegetable seeds; food kits provide nourishment for three days

$20 for $40 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — Basic Research Cafe

Basic Research

Jordan Meadows

$40 $20

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

$99 for a One-Month Supply of Packaged Meals from Deseret Food Store ($189.95 Value)

Deseret Food Store

Online Deal

$189.95 $99

Vitamin-fortified lunches and dinners such as chili, stroganoff, and chowder boast a 25-year shelf life and simple preparation

1-Hour Olive Oil Class and Tasting with Bottles of Olive Oil for 1 or 2 at Mountain Town Olive Oil (Up to61% Off)

Mountain Town Olive Oil

The Gateway

$44.50 $20

Class teaches students how to pick the best olive oil as they sample tastings of a few different types; mostly standing-room-only

$12 for $30 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — Fenix Nutrition

Fenix Nutrition

North Salt Lake

$30 $12

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

One Month Emergency Food Supply Kit or Freeze-Dried Meat or Fruit from The Ready Project (50% Off)

The Ready Project

Lindon

$431.99 $215

2,000-calorie meals are prepared by adding water and have a 25-year shelf life; 114 servings of freeze-dried meat or 150 servings of fruit

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Main Street Quality Meats is the delicious product of a merger between two cherished, time-honored butcheries—Quality Meats, which opened in 1956, and Main Street Poultry, which opened in 1958. Now in its fourth generation of family ownership, this landmark carves up the best of both shops, stocking residential and commercial kitchens across the Intermountain West with fresh beef, pork, and all-natural chicken. Eight journeyman meat cutters deftly slice up Korean–style ribs, boneless pork-loin roasts, and boneless chicken-breast tenders to give discouraged freezers a reason to be happy.

2685 S Main St
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

When a chef reaches for a stick of butter, the staff at Mountain Town Olive Oil mourns. It's a missed opportunity to cook with extra virgin olive oil (EVOO), a much healthier and more flavorful option. That's why the EVOO connoisseurs give cooks a wide range of butter alternatives in the form of specialty olive oils. Many are tinged with unusual flavors: cayenne, basil, and, for the staunch traditionalist, even butter. The same is true of gourmet and balsamic vinegars—try the black cherry, cinnamon pear, or dark chocolate vinegars for proof.

605 Main St
Park City,
UT
US

Anyone who's completed four full Ironman triathlons must know a thing or two about staying in shape. Add to that the fact that Dr. Brent Larsen is board certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine and has studied the field since 2010, and it's clear why people trust his clinic to provide weight-loss and aesthetic services at SLC Med Spa. The clinic's weight-loss methods are based on scientific testing of the client's metabolism and body composition, a practice that allows the staff of certified personal trainers to draw up meal plans and recommend supplements with greater accuracy than if they were basing their advice on a horoscope stained with meat sauce. On occasion, CoolSculpting provides a machine-assisted boost by crystallizing fat cells with targeted cooling. Peels and injectables such as Botox and Dysport put the finishing touches on complexions as they smooth away blemishes and iron out wrinkles.

Although clients are often there for their own good, the center doesn't feel like somewhere you'd visit as a chore. As guests await their treatments, they watch a flat-screen TV in a waiting room replete with leather furniture, earthen tones, and wood-paneled walls that reflect handsomely off the burnished tile floor.

1511 E 2100 S
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Regardless of which of the hundreds of Target Portrait Studio locations you meander into, you can always count on a similar experience. Tucked into Target retail locations throughout the nation, each studio boasts a staff of professional photographers, premium lighting equipment, and advanced digital cameras. The seasoned crew takes pains to customize photo sessions to suit each customer's vision, setting up desired backgrounds and props before guiding families and high-school seniors through a mélange of poses. Afterward, customers will work with a professional to personalize their portraits with different special effects and styles, such as black and white or sepia tone. They then pick up their physical portraits at the studio in 7–10 days. If they don't feel like holding their breath that long to see the final products, they can access the images in an online gallery within 24 hours of the session, at which point they can order extra prints for gifts, collages, and greeting cards.

7025 S Park Centre Dr.
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Serving up daily specials and a long list of menu staples, the chefs at Rio Grande Cafe construct Tex Mex?style plates of tacos, enchiladas, and burritos. Favorites include sizzling beef or chicken fajitas, and the Super burrito stuffed with three kinds of meat and covered with sauce and cheese. Pair meals with a drink from the selection of cocktails, such as house margaritas or mojitos.

270 S Rio Grande St
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

If it weren't for Frank Crail, Durango, Colorado would have been a much different smelling place. Decades ago, when he and his family first settled in the mountain town, he was considering two different business ventures: a chocolate shop or a car wash. Luckily, he chose chocolate, and since then, the air in Durango has carried its distinctly sweet scent. Inside the flagship shop, as well as in the hundreds of international franchises that have popped up over the years, cooks simmer caramel and fudge in hand-forged copper kettles, dipping skewered apples in the bubbling caramel and pouring the fudge onto 500-pound slabs of marble that cool it as it's shaped into 22-pound loaves.

Though they've now got a handle on efficient candy-making techniques, Frank and his early team members were hardly expert confectioners. In the beginning, all they had was a ping-pong table. Upon it, they would clumsily make too-big candy centers, which only got larger after needing several dips in chocolate to make them presentable. But now, oversize candy is one of Rocky Mountain's trademarks: two of their most popular items are the Bear, a "paw-sized concoction" of caramel, chocolate, and roasted nuts that will attack if it smells food, and the Bucket, an impossibly large peanut-butter cup with whipped filling. Shoppers can watch many of these creations being made right in-store, and satisfy their growing cravings with take-home candy packaged in decorative boxes and tins.

7712 S Union Park Ave
Midvale,
UT
US