Groceries & Markets in Rosemont


$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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$22 for a Wine, Chocolate, and Olive-Oil Tasting for Two People at Root Stalk ($40 Value)

Root Stock

Winters

Guests sample a selection of olive oils, chocolates, and red and white wines during tasting sessions held Thursday to Sunday

$40 $22

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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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$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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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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$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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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
It's not hard to find an owner of Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op?odds are you can just walk in and point a finger. More than 12,000 people hold shares at the community-owned store, which has been open since 1973. The co-op's owners are unified by an interest in the central goals and standards: choosing local and natural foods high in quality, with a focus on seasonal and organic products. To that end, the team at Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op works with more than 100 local farmers, growers, and food producers, and the fruits of these partnerships line the aisles. Depending on the season, the produce section might house might house potatoes from Full Belly Farm or kale from Terra Firma Farm in Winters, while other departments stock cage-free poultry, bulk grains, and craft beers.
1900 Alhambra Blvd.
Sacramento,
CA
US
Win her over on your next dinner date — Italian Importing Co. is an ideal date spot for those who heart Italian cuisine. Put the diet on pause when you visit Italian Importing Co. — there are no low-fat menu items. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Italian Importing Co. has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. During the summer months, don't miss out on Italian Importing Co.'s outdoor patio seating. You can also grab your grub to go. Italian Importing Co. can also cater your next party; call today for details. null Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Italian Importing Co.'s moderately priced fare.
1827 J St
Sacramento,
CA
US
Recognized time and again as one of Sacramento's finest fish markets, Fins Market & Grill slaps down never-frozen filets of swordfish, salmon, mahi-mahi, and catfish. Catering to those looking to fill their own larders as well as those in search of a quick bite, the fishmongers preside over a menu of fish tacos, seafood salads and sandwiches, and hearty entrees with scalloped potatoes or rice pilaf as well as their brimming fish market. Flown in from across the country daily, the bistro's selection gives guests access to seafood freshness and diversity without the burden of living on a houseboat captained by Ernest Hemmingway.
8525 Madison Ave.
Fair Oaks,
CA
US
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