We're not just a produce store, y'know...

Of course, you could be forgiven for thinking so.

Here are some of the fabulous non-produce foods that came in the last 10 days - all on sale:  quinoa pasta elbows in bulk, Annie Chun's Seaweed Snacks in your choice of Sesame or Wasabi, Annie Chun's Spring Veggie Ramen, Annie Chun's Original Pad Thai Noodles, Annie's Organic Ketchup, Bob's Almond Flour, Bobbi's Hummus, Dirty Potato Chips w/ Sea Salt, Envirokids Gluten-Free Cereals in your choice of Leapin' Lemur and Amazon Frosted Flakes, Green & Black's Chocolate Bars in your choice of White, Milk w/ Almonds, Milk w/ Toffee, and Dark w/ Espresso, Illy Issimo Coffee Drink, Kettle Potato Chips in Sea Salt and Salt n' Vinegar, Lakewood Aloe Vera Juice w/ Gel, Nutiva White Chia Seeds, Once Again Classic Almond Butter, Organic Valley Half & Half, Reed's Premium Ginger Brew, Rudi's GlutenFree Multigrain Sandwich Bread, Santa Cruz Sparkling Root Beer, Spectrum Toasted Sesame Oil, Sunridge Yogurt Almonds, Udi's GlutenFree White Sandwich Bread, Organic Valley Sour Cream, Organic Valley Dry Milk and Purity Farms Ghee - and mesquite charcoal for the grill, too.  Last week's delivery brought us Choice Organic Black Tea, Felix Wild Lingonberries, Jules Destroopers Virtuoso Cookies, Mediterranean Organics Orange Marmalade and Raspberry Preserves, Newman's Own Fig Bars, Volcano Italian Tangerine Juice and Blood Orange Juice,  Maple Hill single-serve yogurts in both cow's and sheep's milk (both amazing), Mediterranean Organics Stuffed Grape Leaves, and much more.  In cheeses and charcuterie, Langa La Tur, Grafton Cheddar, Brillat Savarin, Black River Gorgonzola, Point Reyes Toma, Cambozola Black Label, and Fra'Mani pancetta, all in addition to our already well-filled cheese case.

Did you read that right: "all on sale"?  Yes, you did.

It's simple: We want to be your grocery (and supplement and seafood and cheese and gift) store. 

Oh, and your produce store, too.

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