Groceries & Markets in Oakland

Up to 51% Off Gourmet Meal Delivery from The Diet Fantasy

The Diet Fantasy

Redeem from Home

$595 $295

Gourmet meals made without refined flour, sugar, MSG, or additives arrive to customers' doors each night for an easy way to eat healthily

51% Off Vegan Meal Delivery

The Vegan Garden

Online Deal

$295 $144

Seven-day vegan meal plan includes 21 meals and 7 desserts and can be prepared for regular or gluten-free diets

52% Off Gourmet-Food Delivery from Healthlys

Healthlys

Redeem from Home

$185.97 $90

Three healthy, kosher meals and two snacks delivered daily for three or seven days

Up to 50% Off Fruit Bouquets from FruitFlowers

FruitFlowers

Waldwick

$40 $20

Gift-worthy arrangements of sliced pineapple, melon, strawberries, and grapes sit atop skewers in decorative mugs and metal buckets

50% Off Ice Cream at Conrad's Confectionery

Conrad's Confectionery

Westwood

$6 $3

(25)

Handmade, small-batch ice cream made fresh daily since 1928

Half Off Gifts at Fruit Basket King

Fruit Basket King

Caldwell

$60 $30

Themed gift baskets include gourmet edibles such as dried fruit, pasta, chocolates, and fresh cookies

44% Off Deli Food

Union Street Deli

Hackensack

$25 $14

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

Up to 52% Off Water-Bottle Refills

Bellaqua "The Water Store"

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Get refills for your 5-gallon bottles of purified water or mountain-spring water

Up to 48% Off Organic Glatt Kosher Meat or Burger Packages

Aaron's Gourmet

Rego Park

$40 $25

Butchers slice up free-range, glatt kosher meats into organic packages packed with beef, turkey, chicken, & lamb burgers; online & in-store

$10 for Groceries

Campy Raviolis

Maplewood

$18 $10

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

50% Off Organic Goods at Westerly Natural Market

Westerly Market

Clinton

$30 $15

Organic foods share shelf space with eco-friendly products at store recently expanded with larger grocery selection and vitamin department

Up to 62% Off Dirty Dog Treat Box

Dirty Dog-"Treat Box"

Online Deal

$31 $14.99

Treat boxes, delivered to your doorstep monthly, contain five unique dog treats and items

51% Off Meal Planning

Better Way Gourmet

Online Deal

$49 $24

Families access a weekly menu with five new dinner recipes and a grocery list to help maintain balanced and healthy diet

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Nature's Pavilion has inspired healthful hankerings since 1961 with a cornucopia of nutritious organic and vegan foodstuffs as well as natural health and body care products. Stock up on by-the-pound breakfast fodder such as the organic raisin-bran cereal ($0.79/oz.) for a heart-healthy breakfast undisturbed by nosy toucans. Herbivores and omnivores have ample access to ground-grown goodies such as Eden canned organic black beans ($2.59) and Woodstock Farms whole pod edamame ($9.99), as well as earth-derived vegan delicacies such as Dr. Praeger's italian veggie burger ($5.09) and carrots made from real carrots. Customers who prefer their meals meaty yet ethical quell hunger with Organic Valley boneless chicken breasts ($12.99/lb.) and Boves of Vermont organic meatballs ($9.99/lb.).

564 State Rt 23
Pompton Plains,
NJ
US

A&A Fine Foods, which first opened its doors in 1992, helps customers line their pantry shelves or banquet tables with gourmet comestibles the likes of meat, bread, cookies, olive oil, cheese, and pasta. Behind gleaming display cases of hormone-free chicken and Boar's Head meats, A&A's butchers prepare homemade italian sausage and slice marbled cuts of grass-fed beef with the steady hands of a brain surgeon playing Jenga. The deli's staff can accommodate lunchtime cravings or catering requests by ladling bowls of house-made soups out of its percolating cauldrons and crafting hearty sandwiches or wraps with such ingredients as grilled eggplant and imported provolone.

191 Main St
Lincoln Park,
NJ
US

FruitFlowers’ unique edible bouquets delight eyes and stomachs in equal measure, arranging bright, daisy-shaped pineapple slices with cantaloupe centers and skewers of chocolate-dipped strawberries into reusable baskets and vases. Founders Susan Ellman and Ellen Davis began arranging slices of fresh fruit into floral shapes in 1984, working from their home kitchens. Since then, their artistic take on the fruit basket has become a popular way of both snacking and decorating, and their business has spread across the nation, much like the shadow cast by Godzilla as he crosses the ocean.

26 Franklin Tpke
Waldwick,
NJ
US

Therapeutic optometrist Dr. Natalia Raeva has spent more than a decade testing eyes for glaucoma, cataracts, and dryness. Now, she channels the optometry experience she gained from working in hospitals and nursing homes to both All About Eyes Vision Center and Visual Effects Eyecare Center, where she pulls clients’ sight back into focus with contact, bifocal, and progressive lenses. After Dr. Raeva has tested the health of each eye, the staff fits adults and kids with designer and sports frames from brands such as Ray-Ban, Fendi, and Swissflex. All lenses can be further customized to resist scratches, filter out ultraviolet rays, or deflect the glares of a jealous sun.

32-01 Broadway
Fair Lawn,
NJ
US

A refreshing reminiscence of apothecaries past, The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy boasts face-to-face customer care. In the business for more than 22 years, Amin Amireh runs his shop and showers the community with the products and knowledge necessary for maintaining good health. While not valid for prescriptions, sniffle sufferers, headache harborers, and tablet jugglers can browse a complete line of over-the-counter medicines ($3–$15), as well as homeopathic remedies. A range of specially designed wellness products, such as Dr. Comfort shoes, assist customers with diabetes and other ailments, and general accessories, including handbags and wallets ($20–$65) complement bodily health with aesthetic homeostasis.

792 Pompton Ave
Cedar Grove,
NJ
US

"Aunt Annie's Fruit Stand in Hillsdale, NJ." There was a time when any piece of mail marked with this destination would find its way to Demarest Farms. In the early 1900s, Annie Demarest set up a roadside stand to sell the fruit that her brother, Lincoln, had begun growing in orchards on their family's farm. The orchards were a new addition to land originally purchased in 1886 by the Demarest family, who had been farming American soil since the 17th century. Demarest Farms started out with mostly cattle and chickens, but Lincoln's orchards soon became famous, attracting visitors from around the region for juicy peaches, strawberries, apples, and other fruits.

The fruits helped Demarest Farms blossom into what it is today: a farm with a large onsite market offering just-picked produce and complimentary fresh air. In the 1970s, Lincoln's grandson, Peter, introduced pick-your-own adventures, which are still popular with visitors today. After trekking out into the orchards or pumpkin patches to pluck fruit so fresh the paint might still be wet, guests return to the market, where they can visit the ice-cream parlor, delicatessen, or country bakery. The market has a few modern features as well, including a salad bar and a shop with seasonal and gourmet foods.

244 Wierimus Rd
Hillsdale,
NJ
US