Groceries, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, are a basic living expense. Get the fundamentals with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of organic groceries and prepared foods
- $15 for $30 worth of vitamins, supplements, and healthcare and beauty items. Also includes the book Curcumin: The 21st Century Cure, by Jan McBarron (an $8.95 value, a $38.95 total value)
The organic market sells a variety of fresh grocery items and prepared foods, including protein smoothies ($5.99), juices ($6.99), housemade hummus ($3.99), and paleo breads ($9.99).
Customers who choose $30 worth of vitamins, supplements, and health and beauty products can choose from a wide selection of items, such as Nordic Naturals ultimate omega lemon ($27.95/60 caps) and Nature's Plus Adults chewable multi-vitamin ($26.95/90 tablets). Purchasers of this option also get the book Curcumin: The 21st Century Cure, which delves into the health benefits of the nutrient curcumin, found in turmeric. The author, Dr. Jan McBarron, wrote the book to share what she believes is the nutrient’s potential to prevent disease, including osteoarthritis, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.
Green Life Market
A Mediterranean deli that warms veggie and chicken wraps in a panini press and prepares fresh-stuffed grape leaves. A smoothie bar that blends protein-packed drinks. A grocery store that stocks gluten-free foods and fresh produce. Green Life Market encompasses all of these things. The organic market—which is located directly off the highway—also sells discounted New Chapter supplements, and crafts their own homemade cinnamon hummus. Designed to sate snack cravings and fuel workouts, their signature energy balls blend gluten-free oatmeal, coconut flakes, almond pieces, local honey, organic flax, organic peanut butter, and pumpkin, sunflower, and chia seeds.
92% of 488 customers recommend
“Fantastic place...great staff”
“Great selection, helpful staff, ready made foods are wonderful!”
“Great food! You must try their smoothies-especially the coconut one”