Groceries & Markets in Lackawanna


$33 for $55 Worth of Nutritional Supplements — Visalus Project 10 Challenge

Visalus Project 10 Challenge

Belmont

Sample the the shake mix that tastes like a cake mix. Get healthy, increase energy, and lose weight. Support included.

$55 $33

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C$15 for C$30 Worth of Vitamins and Supplements at Popeye's Supplements

Popeye's Supplements

Multiple Locations

Knowledgeable staff at national retailer decks shelves with over 800 vitamins, high-octane supplements, powders, protein bars, and shakes

C$30 C$15

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Fresh-Grilled Singapore-Style Jerky at Oriental Recipes (36% Off). Two Options Available.

Oriental Recipes

Oriental Recipes

Preservative-free jerky is grilled on-site and comes in a rotating selection of flavours including sesame pork and hot five spice beef

C$25 C$16

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Flowers, Cakes, or Macaroons at Sharon's! Florist & Patisserie (Up to 50% Off)

Gateaux Fleurs De Paris

Sharon's! Florist & Patisserie

Florist's shop and bakery customizes bouquets and baked goods for all occasions

C$28 C$14

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$79 for a Winemaking Experience with Corks, Labels, and $10 at Ti Amo Fine Wines ($150 Value)

Ti Amo Fine Wines

Vaughan

Savvy staff directs guests to pick a kit and helps transform it into a delectable wine to be bottled and corked in four weeks

C$150 C$79

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Cook-At-Home Marinated Chicken-Breast Dinner for Two or Four from Clancy's Meat Co. (Up to 37% Off).

Clancy's Meat Co.

Cambridge

Gourmet dinner includes marinated chicken, stuffed mushroom, baking potatoes, stuffed peppers, and shrimp skewers; choose from six locations

C$22.22 C$14

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  • Fowler’s Chocolates
    Toting a modest selection of chocolate confections and candies, Joseph A. Fowler entered the 1901 Pan-American Exposition hoping to plant the seed for a business in his newfound home of Buffalo. The company?founded in 1910?grew with each successive generation, and more than a century later, Fowler's celebrated chocolates continue to placate palates at several retail locations. The chocolatier has become synonymous with treats such as milk- and dark-chocolate truffles dubbed truffaloes, as well as sponge candy, which boasts a molasses-like flavor and an initially hard texture that quickly melts in the mouth. Like Count Chocula?s hairpiece, all of Fowler's fine-chocolate treats are crafted from the seeds of the theobroma cacao tree and use up to 60% cocoa solids for a rich cocoa flavor.
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    314 Lake Street
    Hamburg, NY US
  • Aesthetic Facial Centre
    Ever since Carol Boulet received her aesthetics license in 1984, she's actively continued her studies under the tutelage of industry leaders and at skin-care conferences throughout North America. Boulet uses her ever-expanding expertise to craft personalized skin-care programs tailored to each client?s skin type, goals, and lifestyle. Programs incorporate a variety of treatments that rely on both brand-name products and a custom-blended line concocted by Boulet to match your skin's needs and combat blemishes, sun damage, and seasonally migrating eyebrows.
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    4278 S Buffalo St
    Orchard Park, NY US
  • Breathe Movement Studio
    Meghan Jones had long been intrigued by the art and science of fitness—she earned her bachelor's degree in dance and exercise physiology—but it took personal experience to pique her interest in injury prevention. While recovering from a major car accident, she began to research therapeutic exercise methods, and eventually found her way to the Gyrotonic system's rehabilitating benefits. Her studies led her across the country, studying under Gyrotonic's creator, Juliu Horvath, along the way. Soon, she became a certified Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis instructor.
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    3075 Southwestern Boulevard Suite 200
    Orchard Park, NY US
  • Tops Friendly Markets
    The cooking school's team of cooking instructors and chefs work diligently to instill a love of cooking in students of all ages. Inside the Kids’ Kitchen, children ages 3 to 6, assisted by their parents and helped along by friendly instructors, prepare healthy, kid-friendly fare. As they work through recipes, the Future Chefs class participants also learn kitchen essentials such as measuring skills, pot and pan protocol, and how to operate small appliances. During adult classes, adult students roll up their sleeves and dive into multipart recipes, from a Provençal-style zucchini and greens torte to sweet-potato casserole. Adult students can choose from hands-on and demonstration-style classes, and the cooking school's chefs and instructors keep household menus fresh by leading new classes every three months. In addition to taking traditional cooking classes, grown-up students can also improve their eating habits with healthy lifestyle classes. Taught by registered dietitians, the classes cover food's impact on current health issues, and prepare students to make the good dietary decisions that will stay with them for the rest of their long, wellness-filled lives.
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    355 Orchard Park Rd.
    West Seneca, NY US
  • Mayer Bros. Cider Mill
    Mayer Bros. Cider Mill founder Jacob Mayer first squeezed juice from apples in 1852. Local farmers brought baskets of their apples to his mill, and he sent them on their way with jars of cider. Jacob passed his mill on to his son, John, who started brewing hard cider in 1936 by fermenting the fruits of apple trees that he watered with whiskey. Today, Jacob?s fourth-generation heir?also named John?carries on his forebears? tradition in the same rustic building, painted in the dusky crimson hue of a Red Delicious apple. Many autumns have passed since that barn was raised, but each year is more or less the same: a stream of visitors flocks to the mill for apple fritters, donuts, and jugs of flash-pasteurized apple cider. Guests can also purchase pies, seasonal cheeses, and apple juice made as Mother Nature intended?without any sweeteners or additives.
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    1540 Seneca Creek Road
    West Seneca, NY US
  • Jonny's Meats
    Though the eponymous Johnny Tiranno no longer runs Johnny’s Meats, his legacy lives on in the specialty shop’s italian sausage recipes. Mike, Johnny’s stepson and the current owner, still makes the links and patties with his stepfather’s special blend of high-quality meat, imported cheeses, and spices, which first delighted palates in 1946. The meat supplier stocks more than sausages, however. The display cases also house juicy steaks, chicken cutlets, lamb, and seafood, mostly imported from the Midwest. For something to complement these high-quality meats, customers can browse assorted side dishes, such as twice-baked potatoes, verdant salads, and cheeses.
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    1191 Hertel Ave.
    Buffalo, NY US
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