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Reviewed October 22, 2012
Reviewed October 22, 2012
Reviewed November 28, 2011
What You'll Get
Common maturity milestones include learning to cook, keeping the living room orderly, and overcoming your fear of the oatmeal man. Declare food independence with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of produce and groceries at Spicer Brothers Produce in Oregon City. Spicer Brothers is closed on Sundays.
Spicer Brothers Produce teams up with local farmers and businesses to provide fresh produce and groceries to ecologically and economically mindful customers. Fresh-faced fruits and vegetables arrive daily, with the store ensuring that each new wave of edible stars meets a high level of quality. Style a summer snowman with smiley bananas (around $0.79/lb.) and barrel-chested apples (around $0.79–$1.19/lb.), or lend dodgeball games a zesty edge with ripe, juicy oranges (around $0.59/lb.).
Crafty connoisseurs can gather materials for holidays, primitive batteries, or scrimshaw-style Kraken stamps from a 10-pound bag of potatoes, and wield a gallon of milk to make sure the neighborhood mountain lion grows up big and tame (around $2.89). Grocery gladiators feint with a poniard of french bread (around $3.89), then snatch up a head of lettuce (around $0.89 each) for an imposing turret display or organic doll dress. All prices vary from day to day based on selection and availability.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Prices vary day to day. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Spicer Brothers Produce
Like most of their produce, Spicer Brothers Produce has roots in the Portland area. Over the course of more than two decades in business, the natural produce store has built relationships with local farmers and companies such as Bob’s Red Mill, Flying Cow Dairy, Happy Rock Coffee, Pepper & Salt Soups and Portland French Bakery. These connections allow them to keep track of where that food comes from and how it is produced. Each morning, delivery drivers arrive with fresh supplies of fruit, veggies, and baked goods, and a selection of samples are generally available to showcase the shop’s fresh produce. Alongside apples in an autumnal palette of greens and reds, oranges, tangelos, and tangerines beg to be included in juices and fights about what the difference between a fruit and a vegetable is.