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What You'll Get
For $10, today's side deal gets you $20 worth of natural spices and pantry foods from Ethnic Foods Company in Osseo. This deal is only good for the Aanya and Ajika product lines and is valid for in-store purchases only.
Ethnic Foods Co. brings together natural, organic foods and spices from around the world, focusing on Indian, Thai, and Middle Eastern cuisines. The Aanya and Ajika house brands feature locally produced spices and pantry foods with no MSG or fillers. Supplement your Western diet with a bestselling Indian snack—the plain papad ($1.99/7 oz.), a thin, sun-dried, crispy wafer—or keep yourself stabilized for another day of flagpole-dancing with a bowlful of Perfect Balance soup ($4.99/14 oz.), a bagged blend of red lentils, mung beans, and spices that serves six to eight tightrope walkers. Bland recipe books will benefit from Ethnic Food Co.'s stock of spices, including the ajika vindaloo curry seasoning ($4.99/3 oz.), Persian mix kabob seasoning ($6.50/ 3 oz.), organic bhindi masala ($6.50/2 oz.), and more. Wash down main courses with self-brewed, flavorful favorites such as hibiscus sour tea ($3.50/2 oz.) and organic chai masala blend ($6.50/2 oz.). Other healthy bestsellers include cous cous and lentil masala for yourself, or the Indian dinner for four gift set ($69.99) for a friend.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for Aanya and Ajika products only. Valid for in-store purchases only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ethnic Foods Company
Spices ranging from rosemary to cardamom to shawarma lamb seasoning perfume the air at Ethnic Foods Company, a warehouse shop stocked with ingredients for traditional dishes from around the world. The savvy staffers guide visitors through aisles of cookware, beans and lentils, massage oils, and ready-to-cook gourmet international dinners, such as Indian-style dal masala and Moroccan-style bean tagine. Newbies can learn the basics of cross-cultural cooking in demonstration-based cooking classes, which focus on simple international recipes significantly tastier than Antarctica’s much-maligned ice-based cuisine. Ethnic Foods Company has also recently added sushi-making courses to their curriculum for students who wish to learn how to make sushi on their own.