What You'll Get
People buy groceries and bring them home so that they will always have food in their fridge and so that they won't have to kiss grapefruits in public in the middle of the produce aisle. Take care of private matters inside the home with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Groceries
Prices and selections fluctuate frequently, but shoppers may find gala apples ($1.49/lb.), jumbo cauliflower ($1.99 each), freshly baked asiago-cheese bread ($5.99), or oven-roasted chicken breast ($8.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 20, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Not valid for alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Miles Farmers Market
When Frank Cangemi first opened Miles Famers Market in 1971, it was a seasonal, open-air market that only sold fresh fruits and vegetables. Frank would arrive at the Northern Ohio Food Terminal at 3 a.m. every day and proceed to hand select his stock of fresh produce, carefully choosing veggies without bruises and punting overly ripe cantaloupes. This hand selection and attention to detail is something he still does to this day, even though Miles Farmers Market has expanded to a 21,000-square-foot shopping space that also houses a deli, a butcher, and a bakery.
Its cheese department hosts more than 400 varieties of cheese, which complement varietals from a wine section that Wine Spectator hailed as “outstanding.” Its bistro not only makes up quick bites but also full dinners to go. Its staffers help foodies navigate the aisles and are on hand to offer tips that range from how to ripen an unfamiliar fruit to how to successfully wash food in the dishwasher.
Yet, even with all of this, it’s the dedication to having the best produce that really draws in shoppers. For more than 40 years, Miles has fostered partnerships with local produce growers such as Burnham, Spiegelberg, and Rittman Orchards, as well as Ohio Fruit Growers. These alliances allow for a vast selection of organic and local produce that may have been ripening on the vine or stalk seven hours before hitting store shelves.