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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” August 19, 2009

In this issue

Win a $500 Nugget Markets gift card, courtesy of Precious cheese!

Precious Cheese

Win $500Nugget Market is proud to partner with Precious Cheese to bring you fresh, delicious taste in every bite of cheese you take. You can win a $500 Nugget Markets gift card, courtesy of Precious Cheese, just by filling out an entry form next time you are in our store.

Save $3Add some calcium to your child’s lunch box with Precious String Cheese or Sticksters, on sale this week for 2.99!

Selected varieties 10 – 12 oz. package 2.99, save $3

Try Whole Grain!


Save $2Hand shaped and baked fresh daily, our whole grain breads are made with superior-quality ingredients with no added preservatives or trans fats.

Multi-grain and Honey Wheat varieties. 28 oz. loaf $3.99 each, save $2

Rainbow Light Vita-Gummies

Rainbow Light

These all natural, no preservative gummies are a great way to get your kids to take their vitamins. They come in 30 “Stay Fresh” single-serve packets.

Community Events

Village Feast — Davis Farm to School Connection

On Saturday, August 22, the Davis Farm to School Connection's annual fundraiser takes place at Davis Central Park from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Nugget Market supports this very worthy cause, which in turn promotes and supports school garden-based learning, recycling, and so much more. For more information, call (530) 757-2685.

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Fresh to Market
August 19, 2009
Volume 3, Issue 18

We hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Fresh to Market. Fresh to Market is a free, bi-weekly email publication of Nugget Market, Inc.

Back to School

Featured Recipe: Turkey Ranch Wrap

Turkey Ranch Wrap

Healthy and flavorful wraps make quick and easy after school snacks for kids of all ages. This one is healthy, tasty, and so simple to prepare you can have the kids help you make it. The included recipe for homemade "ranch" adds some health benefits to the standard recipe by replacing the buttermilk and sour cream with yogurt. You can even stretch this recipe one day further by saving some of the veggies and using the ranch as a dip for the next day’s after school snack.

– Jeff Clark, Nugget Markets Executive Chef

PB & J Goes Gourmet

Pbj Sandwich

Give your child’s (or your inner child’s) PB&J a twist with Blue Diamond’s new Almond Butter. Complete your sandwich with Smucker’s Strawberry Jam, fresh sliced California strawberries and Oroweat Buttermilk bread — all on sale this week!


Save $3.20Smucker’s Strawberry Jam 32 oz. jar $1.99, save $3.20

Save $4.38Oroweat Buttermilk Bread 24 oz. 2/$5, save $4.38 on 2

Save $1.98California Grown Sweet Strawberries 1 lb. container, 2/$4, save 1.98 on two

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Back-to-School Eats

Believe it or not, school is back in session! This means getting back into a school-year routine for meals and snacks. Having lunch makings and after school snacks on hand is important for your child’s brain power and growth. Here are a few tips for your back-to-school food shopping.

  • Go for grains: Choose whole grain breads, tortillas and crackers to boost fiber intake. Your child needs his or her age plus five for total daily fiber (ie: 7 year old + 5 = 12 grams of fiber daily)
  • Protein is a must: For lunches and snacks choose lean lunch meats such as roasted turkey or chicken, as well as tofu chunks, hard boiled eggs and string cheese. Peanut butter is another favorite on crackers or fruit slices.
  • Don’t forget the milk: Your children need three servings daily of milk, yogurt, kefir or dairy equivalent such as soymilk or calcium-fortified juices. Stock up on small cartons of milk (chocolate is OK!), yogurt, cottage cheese and flavored soymilk.
  • Fruits and veggies fill out the rest: Your kids need at least two pieces of fruit and two cups of veggies daily. Keep a container of pre-cut veggies in the fridge to pack in lunches and for after-school snacks. Small apples, oranges, red grapes and bananas make great additions to lunches, as well. Keep fruit in easy reach at home for after school time.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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