Eating healthy can raise questions such as, "Are crayons a fruit or a vegetable?" and "How many steaks does a growing baby need?" Answer culinary questions with today's deal at Eden's Market in Mt. Lebanon. Choose between two options:
- For $15, you get $35 worth of natural foods, produce, supplements, body care products, and more.
- For $24, you get a bottle of 30 one-per-day tablets of Vinomis Vindure 900 resveratrol nutritional supplement ($39.99 value).
Owned and operated by a family privy to gluten-free diet imperatives, Eden's Market caters to celiac sufferers and other dietary nonconformists with healthy grocery options. Similar antigluten activists may enjoy the likes of Katz gluten-free bread ($5.99) and Against the Grain products (most from $5.99–10.99). Much of the Eden's Market stock is sourced from local businesses and sustainable farms, ensuring that eating healthy can also fill up the perpetually hungry ethical stomach. Vegan and nondairy items, as well as vitamins and other supplements, keep customers from gnawing on their seatbelts for sustenance. For anyone with their larder already stocked full of non-lard, the Vindure 900 tablets offer a blend of extracts from red-wine grapes in the Bordeaux region of France with pure resveratrol and quercetin, elements that pump in purportedly life-extending polyphenols and antioxidants said to combat heart disease and other age-related ills.
- Eden's Market is no run-of-the-mill convenience store, though. Owner Jeff Weiner sees Eden's Market more as an alternative to Whole Foods than 7-Eleven. The market specializes in allergy-friendly, gluten-free, organic and local products. – Caralyn Green, Pop City
Eden's Market, known as a gluten-free emporium, carries a range of health grocery and all-natural beauty items. For an easy-to-make meal, frozen food items include seafood, pasta, and pizza from a variety of brands such as Udi's and Starfish. Locally made breads and pastries help those with food intolerances fulfill their most forbidden cravings, while nutritional supplements make up for any dietary slip ups. The health and beauty section stocks gluten-free skin care and soap products including Aura Cacia essential oils and Grandma's Lye soaps.