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Fresh To Market

October 18, 2013

Volume 7, Issue 17

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Secret Savings October 19 and 20, 2013

All Apples



Scan & Save

Apple up this Saturday and Sunday! Every apple in the store—conventional and organic—is just 99¢/lb. Is that a pie we smell in your future?

Limit 4 lbs.
One coupon per guest.
No rainchecks.

Scrumptious Soup, Sudsy Stew, Lovely Legumes and Oodles of Noodles!

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Vegetable Udon

Udon is the Far East’s equivalent to Western chicken noodle soup; this version uses simple fall vegetables typical to the style found in Japan and is as much a staple of their diet as chicken soup is for us.

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Hakubaku Udon Noodles

If you’re craving a robust noodle dish, we recommend filling your bowl with udon. Udon is a thick noodle with a nice texture that’s suitable for hearty preparations like stir fries and soups.

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Spicy Soba Noodle Bowl

This soba noodle bowl is prepared in a style that is typical of what you may find throughout the Pacific Rim, especially Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia where sesame oil, fish sauce, chili paste and lemongrass replace the broth otherwise found in mainland China and Japan.

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Hakubaku Soba Noodles

Soba noodles are thin, Japanese noodles made of buckwheat flour and wheat flour. They are roughly as thick as Italian spaghetti, and are often eaten in a dish called zaru soba (boiled, cold soba noodles with a soy–based dipping sauce). Because they’re made of buckwheat, soba noodles also have several health benefits …

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RSVP Porcelain Bowls

Eat your ramen the traditional way—from a beautiful Japanese porcelain bowl! These pretty bowls from RSVP are available in two styles: decorative pattern and crackle.

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“Guinness Beer” Stew

This Guinness beer stew is a classic preparation that rewards your patience with a hearty and delicious meal that everyone is sure to love.

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Soup Mixes in Bulk

Now that there’s a chill in the air, it's time to try out some of the great soup mixes offered in our bulk foods department. We have mixes for 13 bean, split pea and curry lentil soups—they’re all delicious, and they pack a great nutritional punch from all the legumes!

bean mix
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Zürsun Idaho
Heirloom Beans

Over 300 small–scale farmers in the Snake River Canyon region of Idaho grow beans for Jim Soran, a second–generation “bean guy” who has been growing authentic heirloom beans since 1985. Growing beans from pure strains that are fresh from the field, they offer traditional varietals …

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Timeless Lentils

Timeless has brought to market America’s only gourmet line of USA–grown, certified organic lentils. We could not be more excited to be offering their Du Puy Style Lentils (commonly known as French green lentils). This varietal is the gourmet lentil of Europe, characterized as having a distinctive pepper flavor and smooth texture …

Warm Up to Soup
Health Notes from Dr. Liz

There’s more than just warmth in a bowl of soup. Researchers are discovering a host of health benefits from routinely enjoying soup.

  • As a “slow” food, sipping soup helps curb appetite and calorie intake by signaling the brain that the stomach is full. Researchers have noted that people eat fewer calories at a meal when soup is served first. Also, many soups are fairly low in calories, with only 100 to 200 calories in a one–cup serving.
  • Studies also show that chicken soup and other broth–based versions do lessen cold symptoms such as congestion and ease sore throat pain. So Grandma was right–a bowl of soup does wonders when you have a cold.
  • Many soups are loaded with health–boosting nutrients—fiber from beans, vitamins and minerals from vegetables; energizing carbohydrate from rice, pasta and other grains; and protein from meats, beans or tofu. Herbs used for seasoning (fresh or dried) along with beans and veggies supply antioxidants that may help protect against further illness and age–related ailments.
Dr. Liz
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Andalou For You Giveaway!

As we brace our skin for the sting of the winter chill, what better way to prepare than with a bag full of some of our favorite Andalou beauty products! Andalou is 100% Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Cruelty-Free, and Eco-friendly, and now they’re Non-GMO verified. Andalou Naturals values knowing where their ingredients come from, the farmers who grow them, and connecting the human chain of hands that make every step possible for labeling transparency. These are products that you can feel good about. Simply fill out our online entry form and sign up to receive our Fresh to Market e-newsletter to learn about more great local products like these, and you’ll be entered to win this tote full of Andalou products valued at $150! One lucky winner will be drawn on November 15th, 2013.


Andalou BB Cream

My absolute favorite thing from Andalou is the Oil Control Un-Tinted SPF 30 BB cream! I love how moisturizing it is without feeling oily or heavy, and it lasts all day. I wear it under my makeup, and it’s so lightweight that I can barely tell that I'm wearing it. I've definitely seen a difference in my complexion; fewer breakouts, dry skin, hyper-pigmentation, and smaller pores. If there is one thing I cannot live without in my makeup bag, it is this product!

— Jess Aquino, Healthy Living Specialist

pumpkin carving contest
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Pumpkin Carving Photo Contest

Put your pumpkin carving prowess to the test in the Nugget Markets Pumpkin Carving Photo Contest and you could win a $500 Nugget Markets gift card! Simply submit a photo of a pumpkin you carved or decorated for the holiday, get the most votes and win! Please remember: no trademarks, copyrighted art or logos.

Upcoming Events

Oct 18-20

Cheese The Day!

Join us for a day of cheese! Make your whey through some of our favorite curds. A wide variety of cheese whizzes from around the world to our own backyard will sample some of their favorite cheeses along with some new ones! Save 25% on over 100 cheeses being sampled at the following locations on these dates:

  • Friday, October 18, 2013 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    Woodland, Florin Rd., Elk Grove, Vacaville
  • Satuday, October 19, 2013 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    West Sacramento, Roseville, El Dorado Hills, Davis (Covell Blvd.)
  • Sunday, October 20, 2013 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Davis (Mace Blvd.)
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Oct 18 5-7 PM

Wine Tastings with Nugget Markets

Stop by one of these Nugget Markets locations for an evening of wine tasting from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Flights cost just $5 each and attendees must be at least 21 years of age. Cheers!

  • Florin Clarksburg Wine Company
  • Roseville Borjon Winery
  • West Sacramento Henry Wine Group
  • Vacaville Piler Wines
  • El Dorado Hills 90+ Pt. Wines
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Oct 31 3-8 PM

Spooky Spectacular - Nugget Markets, Woodland

Join us this Halloween for a frightfully festive and family friendly event as our Woodland Nugget Markets hosts their first ever Spooky Spectacular! Many of our associates will be dressed in costume and there will be plenty of “treats” for the kiddos!

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