Groceries & Markets in Spanish Fork


$164 for $299 Worth of Seeds and More— Valley Food Storage

Valley Food Storage

Orem

From the merchant: Ever want to grow your own organic food? Get everything you need to get started with an anchor and bag of seeds!

$299 $164

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One Month Emergency Food Supply Kit or Freeze-Dried Meat or Fruit from The Ready Project (58% Off)

The Ready Project

Lindon

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

$431.99 $182

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$69 96-Hour Deluxe Emergency Meal Kit for Two from Family Storehouse ($140 Value)

Family Storehouse

Multiple Locations

Small 3-gallon pail that weighs only 5 pounds contains enough food for two people to survive 96 hours; food lasts up to 25 years

$140 $69

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$10 for $20 Worth of Traditional or Flavored Popcorn at Rooster's Gourmet Popcorn

Rooster's Gourmet Popcorn

Rooster's Popcorn

Gourmet popcorn in flavors such as cake batter, dill pickle, chocolate, and buffalo wing available in six sizes and decorative tins

$20 $10

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$20 for $60 Worth of Groceries, Including Waived Delivery Fees, from Winder Farms ($66 Total Value)

Winder Farms

West Valley City

Farm-fresh products such as fresh milk, bread, butternut squash, and rib-eye steaks delivered overnight in cooler boxes

$66 $20

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$10 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Café Drinks and Treats at Coffee Connection ($20 Value)

Coffee Connection

People's Freeway

Specialty café drinks such as Espresso Chip Freeze or Coconut Rose bubble tea; award-winning study room with free WiFi and abundant outlets

$5 $2.50

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

Basic Research

Jordan Meadows

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

$40 $20

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

Fenix Nutrition

North Salt Lake

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

$30 $12

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Mrs. Cavanaugh's award-winning, all-natural confections are handmade and beautifully packaged for a fully delightful sensory experience. If you can't decide which meltable morsel you want your tongue to tackle, the one-pound traditional milk chocolate assortment supplies a diverse population of cavaliers, nut clusters, chews, crèmes, and caramels (pre-made one-pound boxes are $23.95). The most famous dark chocolate box ($23.95) provides an equally delicious array of options, while the crèmes without nuts dark chocolate box ($23.95) will satisfy a discerning sweet tooth. The mindy mint box ($23.95) is prepared with premium peppermint oil for a refreshingly cool sweetsplosion; a sugarless box varietal of the mindy mint is available, and sugarless varieties of several other signature chocolates exist as well. Break out of the box, control your candy-laden destiny, and create a collection of whatever caramel, crème, or cherry cordial your taste buds long to try ($27.95 for a one-pound box).
573 E University Pkwy
Orem,
UT
US
Using wrung-from-the-wild seafood, Skippers serves up made-to-order dishes to fill grumbling stomachs and silence attention-seeking appetites. Start with the creamy clam chowder nestled in a sourdough-bread bowl ($5.99), or opt for the three-piece signature fish and chips ($6.99), bringing together ocean life and potato in a hunger-satisfying harmony usually reserved for peanut jelly and butter. The three-piece cod ($8.25) is hand dipped in tempura for optimum crunching, while the fresh grilled halibut ($13.50) encourages tongue purring. Skippers also features salads, sandwiches, and a menu for kiddies, as well as sides such as hush puppies and shrimp. Enjoy nautical nourishment without having to buy your family’s ancient deep-sea diving helmet back from the iron grasp of the Internet with a meal at Skippers.
115 N State St
Orem,
UT
US
Using natural ingredients and recipes derived from four generations of candy making, Hall's Confections bakes, cooks, and drizzles chocolate, peanut butter, and caramel to create a bevy of bonbons. Hall's Groupon-specific extra-large treat crate offers a candied cornucopia, including one bag of caramel corn, four squares of fudge, one package of puffed corn, one package of apple bites, four rice crispy bars, two popcorn balls, and two chocolate marshmallow pops. This symphony of sugars is safely secured from the sticky wingtips of its postal pigeon carriers in one of Hall's wooden crates, glossily adorned with cellophane and a large bow. Sweet-toothed Sallys and Simons may also opt to sample six pieces of Hall's specialty fudge, choosing between milk chocolate, rocky road, peanut butter, and pecan flavors, or stack multiple squares to create an exponentially decadent sandwich.
1516 South Daniels Road
Heber City,
UT
US
Weight loss products, consulting and supplements. Health and beauty products and consulting. Cosmetics.
11086 S Sandy Dunes Dr
Sandy,
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
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
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