This issue of Fresh to Market proudly wears the pink ribbon in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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October 12, 2012

Volume 6, Issue 19

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Breast Cancer Awareness

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Shrimp and Grapefruit Spinach Salad

This light, refreshing and tasty recipe is sure to become a favorite! In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our Executive Chef added some pink to this salad using delicious wild-caught prawns.


Wild-Caught Raw Gulf Prawns

16-20, $9.99/lb., Save $6/lb., Previously Frozen.

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Pink Power

Honor the women in your life who have been affected by breast cancer with this pink ribbon inspired manicure.

Sutter Home white zin

Capsules for Hope

For every Sutter Home wine capsule you mail in, Sutter Home Family Vineyards will donate $1 to breast cancer research, treatment and education (up to $100,000) through December 31, 2012.

General Mills lids

Save Lids to Save Lives

Buy any five Save Lids to Save Lives® products and General Mills on behalf of Nugget Markets will donate $1 to the local affiliates of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Learn more at


Yoplait Yogurt

10/$5, save up to $5.90 on 10. Selected Varieties. 6 oz. Cup.


General Mills Cereals

2/$5, Save up to $5.38 on 2. Selected Varieties. 11.75 - 17.3 oz. Package.


Progresso Traditional Soups or Recipe Starters

4/$5, Save $6.96 on 4. Selected Varieties.

Go Girl

The Pink Cause

Go Girl Energy Drink is committed to raising funds for breast cancer research. Fifty cents of every case of Go Girl Sugar Free, Peach Tea, Pomegranate Blueberry Tea, and Lemon Drop Sugar Free is donated to breast cancer research, awareness and prevention.


Go Girl 6 packs

$6.99, Save $4. Original only. 6 pack/12 oz. Cans.

Health Notes from Dr. Liz

“Pink” Eating

Dr. Liz

Breast Cancer Awareness month reminds us that this all too common form of cancer impacts women of all ages: approximately one in nine will be afflicted. Research shows that diet during childhood as well as later in life can lower breast cancer risk and help protect from recurrence of cancer. Here are some simple diet and lifestyle strategies for protection.

  • Eat low fat: Limiting fatty foods such as creamy sauces and heavy meats helps lower risk. Research suggests that low-fat diets inhibit rogue cancer cells from taking hold and spreading.
  • Pile on the veggies: It may sound like a lot, but eating five servings (1/2 cup = serving) daily of colorful veggies, either raw or cooked, provides cancer-fighting compounds. Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and brussels sprouts contain indoles, which are one of the most potent cancer-blocking agents in foods. Aim for several servings of these veggies weekly.
  • Moderate alcohol: While alcohol in the form of wine and beer may be heart healthy, for some women frequent drinking boosts breast cancer risk. Check with your physician about whether you can drink moderately based upon your family history for this disease (moderate = one beer, or 5 oz. wine or 1 ½ oz. distilled spirits such as vodka per day.)
  • Keep body weight in check: Most women put on 2 or more pounds every year and this gain of excess body fat ups breast cancer risk. Scientists have made a connection with high body fat levels and the hormone estrogen, which promotes certain forms of breast cancer. Walking 30 to 60 minutes daily can lower cancer risk and help prevent the gain of extra pounds.


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Angus Beef London Broil, Long Stem Artichokes, Progresso Traditional Soups or Recipe Starters, Santa Cruz Organic Lemonades, Brown Cow Yogurt, Crystal Geyser Spring Water, and more on special this week starting October 10, 2012

Upcoming Events

Oct 12-14

Cheese The Day

Join us for a day of cheese! Make your whey through some of our favorite curds. On October 12 – 14 a wide variety of cheese makers, from around the world to our own backyard, will sample cheese from 12:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. Save 25% on all cheeses sampled throughout the weekend!

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Oct 12 5-7 PM

Wine Tastings with Nugget Markets

Every week at participating Nugget Markets locations, we host delicious tastings at just $5/flight. Join us this week at one of the following Nugget Markets from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

  • Elk Grove Delicato Wine Company
  • Roseville Michael David Phillips Winery
  • Florin Spanish Wines
  • Woodland Curlew Wines
  • El Dorado Hills Shadow Ranch & St. Amant Wineries
  • West Sacramento Wines from The Wine Press (Part 2)
  • Vacaville Wines from The Wine Press
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Oct 13 1-2:30 PM

Gluten-Free Store Tour at Nugget Markets, El Dorado Hills

Shopping for a gluten-free diet can be challenging, but fear not! Whether you're new to a gluten-free diet or simply looking for new products to add some variety to your meal planning, our gluten-free specialists are here to help! During the tour, we'll point out where to find gluten-free products on our aisles and share helpful tips about living a gluten-free life.

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Oct 16-18

North Bay Stand Down Veterans Outreach

Vacaville's North Bay Stand Down hosts a 3-day event at the Dixon Fairgrounds, where homeless and at-risk veterans and their families can receive guidance and professional assistance, meals, clothing, social services, medical attention, job assistance and more. We’re honored to support this important cause, helping to make life a little easier for our veterans in need.

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