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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” August 18, 2010

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This Week’s Coupons

Save $1Save $1 on Fresh to Market Olive Oil and Passport Balsamic Vinegar.

Burt’s Bees Garden Tomato Toner &
Garden Tomato Soap

Burts Bees Tomato

We love tomatoes for the delicious taste of summer they bring to the table, but who knew they could also help us achieve supple, smooth skin? Burt’s Bees Garden Tomato Toner and Soap use tomato extract to naturally cleanse and balance troubled facial skin. As an added bonus, cucumber and parsley extracts help clean and tighten pores, leaving skin refined and firm.

Monte Antico Rosso

Monte Antico RossoSave $4Wine Spectator magazine ranked this wine No. 61 among their Top 100 Wines of 2009. Composed of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, this Italian Sangiovese-based wine pairs well with our featured Caprese recipes. $11.99, save $4


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Upcoming Events

Wine Tastings with
Nugget Markets
August 20, 2010

Stop by the following Nugget Market locations and check out our Friday night wine and beer tasting events, 5 p.m. – 7p.m.:

  • Florin Road: Sample wines for hot summer days
  • West Sacramento: Taste the wines of Little Black Dress
  • El Dorado Hills: Try wines from around the world from Terlato Wine Co.
  • Elk Grove: Sample the finest wines from Cambria
  • Vacaville: Try selections from Veezer Family Wines of Suisun
  • Roseville: Try Peltier Station Winery and Davis Dean Cellars
  • Woodland: Tasting selections from Rombauer

Village Feast
August 28, 2010

Nugget Markets is again a major sponsor of the Davis Farm to School Connection’s Village Feast event at Davis Central Park. All proceeds from the event go to the Davis Farm to School Connection, which provides support in Davis schools for garden-based learning, recycling and improved school lunches. Please visit to find out more and to purchase Village Feast tickets online.

Spotlight Elk Grove
September 16, 2010

Nugget Markets in Elk Grove once again supports the Elk Grove Community Foundation, which facilitates educational opportunities through scholarships, grants, and programs addressing community needs.   Nugget will feature a tasting table with Nugget goodies during this fun-filled evening, 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., at the SES Hall in Elk Grove.  For more information, please visit

Fresh to Market
August 18, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 16

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.

Prices valid 8/18/2010 - 8/24/2010.


Capay Organics


Take a trip with Nugget Markets to Capay Organics, where you’ll learn about the farm, the family, and the history behind your favorite Capay heirloom tomatoes.

Featured Recipes:

Southwestern Caprese

Southwestern Caprese

A delicious twist on the classic Caprese: The avocado adds a creamy counterpoint to the acid in the tomatoes, while the Casero cheese contributes a salty tang.

Caprese with Cucumbers

Caprese Cucumber

For even more of a twist on the classic, try this modern Caprese and savor the contrast between the juicy tomatoes, soft cheese, and crisp cucumber.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Tomato Heaven

If you’re like me, you live for these summer months when tomatoes are at their finest — vine-ripe and bursting with flavor. From fanciful heirloom varieties with their colorfully wrinkled skins, to the basic beefsteak, tomatoes are nutritional wonders with many uses.

A tennis-ball-sized tomato provides 60 percent of your daily value for vitamin C and a wealth of lycopene, two antioxidants that studies show not only help lower cancer risk but also may help slow the signs of aging.

Tomatoes have also been shown to help lower the risk of heart disease. Each serving supplies 15 percent of your daily value of potassium, a mineral that helps regulate healthy blood pressure, along with 15 percent of your daily fiber needs. Researchers note that these two nutrients may work in synergy with the lycopene to boost heart health.

Surprisingly, tomatoes can play a role in bone health, as well. A serving of tomato supplies 15 percent of your need for vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin that researchers say plays a vital role in forming strong bones. And since many of us may fall short on our need for this vitamin, we have all the more reason to gobble up tomatoes this summer. They’re easy to incorporate into your daily diet:

  • Add sliced, chopped or chunked tomatoes into salads, omelets, sandwiches and wraps.
  • Combine chopped tomatoes with diced onion, cilantro and peppers for a vibrant salsa.
  • Sauté garlic, olives, tomatoes and capers and toss with cooked pasta for a taste of Italy.
  • Serve tomatoes diced and combined with garlic and olive oil over toasted bread or with slices of fresh mozzarella cheese and basil for luscious appetizers.

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