Groceries & Markets in Salinas

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

Farm Fresh To You

Central Santa Cruz

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

$33 $17

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Salt Water Taffy and Nostalgic Candy at Half Moon Bay Salt Water Taffy Co. (50% Off)

Half Moon Bay Salt Water Taffy Co.

El Granada

Enjoy traditional salt water taffy made in flavors such as blueberry muffin or espresso, paired with candy such as Pop Rocks and Abba Zabas

$20 $10

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20 Balloons, 4 Balloon Centerpieces, 8 Balloon Centerpieces, or a Balloon Arch from Air Lollipops (Up to 71% Off)

Air Lollipops

Daly City

Brightly colored latex balloons hang in single strands, decorate tables, or form 50 ft. arches

$20 $10

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$39 for an Ethiopian Coffee Starter Set at Brundo Ethiopian Spice Company ($80 Value)

Brundo Ethiopian Spice Company

American Steel Studio

Perform elaborate coffee ceremonies for your guests by roasting green coffee beans and brewing them in a beautiful handmade jebena pot

$80 $39

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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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Six or Twelve $5 Vouchers for Bottles of Wine at Fat Grape Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Fat Grape Winery

San Francisco

Sample sulfite-free wines made from Californian grapes before purchasing bottles of your own; more than a dozen varietals available

$5 $2.50

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One or Two Mini-Mushroom Farms, or 2oz of Dried Chanterelles at Far West Fungi (Up to 50% Off)

Far West Fungi

Financial District

Growing kits include simple instructions and produce up to 2 pounds of shitake or tree-oyster mushroom; dried chanterelles used for cooking

$25 $13

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One or Two Bottles of Wine and Reserve Tastings for Two at Wattle Creek Winery (Up to 52% Off)

Wattle Creek Winery

Ghirardelli Square at Fisherman's Wharf

Guests sip stashed-away wines during reserve tasting at award-winning winery, then pick a bottle or two to take home

$82 $39

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Amid the bustle of Mi Pueblo Foods, aromas of Latino cooking traditions fill the air. At one end of the store, shredded carnitas simmer in copper tubs, soft breads bake in ovens, and traditional pollo al carbon char over mesquite and open flames. At the other end, thinly sliced sirloin arrachera soaks up the flavors of Mi Pueblo's lauded green marinade while delicious 'tres leches' cakes are baked and decorated for special occassions. Here, the store's team of culinary traditionalists cull flavors from generational recipes and pass them onto their guests. In fact, for more than two decades, Mi Pueblo Foods has provided classic Latino flavors and products alongside national brands to create a unique grocery shopping experience. The store stocks fresh fish and seafood, natural yogurts and cheeses, homemade tortillas, and store-prepared mole. Mi Pueblo Foods also celebrates numerous holidays with its local communities, including Latin American ones, such as El Dia de los Reyes, when stores bake the holiday's traditional Rosca de Reyes using the original recipe.

950 E Alisal St
Salinas,
CA
US

Around lunchtime, regular customers at this no-frills sandwich shop eyeball the calendar, and mouths a-water for that day’s handcrafted sandwich. Every weekday, staffers build a different daily special. On Wednesdays, it’s barbecue beef. Fridays, calamari. As the lines inch longer, the deli clerks stack, slice, and bundle sandwiches, exchanging observations about the weather or the latest trends in paper-hat fashion as they toss in a bag of chips and a frothy Coke. They wrap the rows of meats and cheeses as the lunch crowd dwindles and start cleaning up for the next day, just as they’ve done since 1937

250 Casa Verde Way
Monterey,
CA
US

As the autumn air turns crisp, red and green fuji and gala apples grow plump and shiny on the tree branches at Clearview Orchards. These tempting fruits aren?t just pretty; they?re also free of pesticides. Just 10 years ago, owners Mel and Carol LaRussa took over the hilly orchard and replanted all its trees to grow CCOF-certified organic fruit. Now, in addition to packing up its organic apples to send off to wicked stepmothers across the country, the orchard invites visitors to drop by for seasonal picking trips. While there, they might run into the owners? children and grandchildren, who help out on weekends. Visitors can also pick up pumpkins, turnovers, lavender, or organic honey, before they head home.

646 Trabing Rd
Watsonville,
CA
US

Refrigerated glass cases brim with vibrant red steaks, pink hams, and lightly browned turkeys. The aromas of spice rubs, marinades, and barbecue sauces fill the air. Amid these colors and scents, Freedom Meat Lockers & Sausage Co. owners Howard and Debbie Walker bustle about, directing their knowledgeable staff members as they slice and cure succulent cuts of meat. Seasoned prime rib, skirt steaks, and tri-tip steaks, turkeys and sausages, and a smoked ham that received accolades in a recent American Cured Meat Championship all promise amazing meals. Yet the meat experts don’t stop there. To complement the future feasts, they offer free food-preparation guides to aid home cooks in crafting the perfect steak or a juicy bone-in pork chop.

In a deli adjoining Freedom Meat Lockers & Sausage Co., sandwich-smiths pile steak, slow-smoked brisket, pulled pork, and turkey onto slices of fresh bread. They also draw from an arsenal of bavarian, polish, and hot Cajun sausages, dressing any of their creations in 12 available toppings such as honey mustard, avocado, and cheddar.

160 Hi Grade Ln
Freedom,
CA
US

In the 1940's, Casa de Fruta stood as a seasonal cherry stand along the two lane road that slices through Pacheco Valley. Fast foward some 60 years and Casa de Fruta continues to delight generations of guests with an array of dried fruits, nuts, candies, and estate-grown wines. Once a mere 18.7 square feet, the original stand now covers more than 10,000 square feet, inviting familiar guests and accidental tourists to taste exotic treats from around the globe. Casa de Fruta also houses its own carousel and narrow-gauge railroad that winds two miles across the countryside. Guests may also experience the Old West as it once was by panning for gold or gemstones on the massive turning sluice.

10021 Pacheco Pass Highway
Hollister,
CA
US

Across eight locations in Northern California, Arteagas Food Centers bring a taste of Latin America to their respective communities with fresh produce, meats, and authentic cremerias. Patrons can pick up a variety of Latin ingredients, American-brand products, or meat cuts for their next barbecue, including ribs, carne asada, chicken, and seafood. Throughout the year, live bands and comedians combine with free events such as a Dia de Los Muertos party and a scavenger hunt to entertain guests while they shop. Arteagas gives back to the community by offering free health care testing and a connection to more than 40 nonprofits. Three locations even host a full taqueria, where diners can sit down for freshly prepared hot foods such as barbacoa, burritos, tacos, and chile verde.

6906 Chestnut St
Gilroy,
CA
US