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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” April 17, 2009

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Clean And GreenSave 50¢ on Preserve Toothbrush.

Tooth Brush

Time for a new toothbrush? You’re in luck — save 50¢ this week on Preserve Toothbrushes with our coupon. As a bonus, this is the greenest toothbrush around, with a handle made from 100% recycled plastic and virgin nylon bristles.

Green Beer

Fat Tire Ale

799On sale now! April 15 – 21 Fat Tire 6 Pack/12 oz. Bottles Stop Sign Savings $1.00

Clean And GreenIt’s not St. Patrick’s Day … but we’re still featuring green beer this week! Fat Tire ales are “green” as in “good for the environment”; Fat Tire is committed to sustainable business practices in everything from the on-site energy production that powers their plants to their donation of one percent of their profits to environmental non-profit companies.

Free Range Chicken

Fresh To Market Chicken

399On sale now! April 15 – 21 Fresh to Market chicken Value Pack Boneless Skinless Fryer Breast
Stop Sign Savings $1.50/lb.

Huge SavingsYou can feel good about purchasing our Free Range Fresh to Market Chicken. It is locally and humanely raised, with no added hormones! And the best part is, all these amazing traits are available at a lower than conventional price.

Dr. Bronner’s
Magic Soaps

Dr Bronners Magic Soaps

Clean And GreenContinuing with our green theme, how about some green soap? Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps are certified USDA Organic and Fair Trade, and they’re made with organic oils and packaged in a 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottle. They clean without being aggressive and produce a velvety-lather that leaves the skin silky-smooth and refreshed.

Community Events

Relay for Life

Nugget is proud to take part in the Relay for Life, raising money in support of the fight against cancer. Teams from Nugget will take to the tracks for Relay for Life events coming up:

  • April 18th at Cooley Middle School, 9300 Prairie Woods Way, Roseville
  • May 30th at Consumnes River College, Sacramento

Taste of Elk Grove

April 18th, Elk Grove
The Rotary Club of Laguna Sunrise presents the 5th Annual Taste of Elk Grove food festival, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Asian Sports Foundation facility (9040 High Tech Ct.) in Elk Grove. Nugget Market is delighted to participate with an information booth, along with food samples from Nugget’s in-house kitchen, bakery, specialty cheese department and more. This fundraiser benefits the Elk Grove Food Bank, Senior Center, and Police Activity League. For more info, call 916-601-2485.

Solano Wine and Food Jubilee

April 24th, Vacaville CA
The 22nd Annual Solano Wine and Food Jubilee takes place from 6:30 p.m. to midnight at the Nut Tree Complex in Vacaville, in support of NorthBay Hospice and Bereavement. This event supports NorthBay in its commitment to offer vital services to terminally ill patients and their families, regardless of one’s ability to pay. Stop by the Nugget Market booth tasting/information table to enjoy fresh creations from Nugget’s own in-house chefs. For more information, visit

Spring Community Expo 2009

April 25th, Roseville CA
The Roseville Nugget Market will be on hand at the Westfield Galleria for this years Spring Community Expo, from 10am to 5pm. Stop by the Nugget Market booth for up-to-the-minute information and promotions. Nugget associates are available to answer questions and to share print material, recipes, and more.

Cherish a Child Dinner/Auction - Yolo County CASA

April 25, Yolo County Airport - Davis CA
Yolo County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) presents the 12th Annual Cherish a Child Dinner and Auction. Starting at 5:30 p.m., attendees will enjoy airplane tours, gourmet dining, a hosted bar and a silent and live auction. Nugget Market is proud to help support CASA, which provides programs to assist abused, neglected, and abandoned kids. For more information, visit

To find out about other events in your community visit our events page.

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Fresh to Market
April 17, 2009
Volume 3, Issue 9

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.

Look for the Stop Signs to Save Green!

Stop Sign Savings

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Check out these tips on how to save in Nugget stores by watching for Stop Signs on our aisles.

399Featured Recipe: Sage-Cheddar-Stuffed
Chicken BreastFresh to Market Free Range Chicken breasts

Sage Cheddar Chicken

Try this tasty stuffed chicken breast recipe, which you can make with Fresh to Market Free Range Chicken breasts, on sale in the Value Pack this week for $3.99/lb.

Reduce, Reuse … and Be Fabulous!

Go green and save money, too. Pick up one of our fashionable reusable bags, and every time you use your bag, you will get 5¢ back!

Reuseable Bags

Reusable bag (left) $1.99. Canvas bag (right) $4.99.

The BEST Cinnamon Bread

Greenlees Cinnamon Bread

Smart BuyTrust us: the “Best” in Greenlee’s Best Cinnamon Bread is not hyperbole. This family-owned and -run bakery in San Jose has been churning out delicious breads and other baked goods since 1924, and this delicious cinnamon bread simply HAS to be one of their most delightful products!

499On sale now! April 15 – 21 Stop Sign Savings $2

Purple Cheese

Fiscalini Purple Moon

If you’re looking to branch out for your next cheese selection, we recommend Fiscalini Farms’ Purple Moon Cheddar. This cheese gets its distinctive purple hue from a Cabernet emulsion, which also creates a taste unlike anything you’ve tried before. We also like Fiscalini Farms because they are a local company (from Modesto), and they take the humane treatment of their animals seriously — as they put it, “cow comfort is our primary concern”!

On sale now! April 15 – 21

Fiscalini Farms Purple Moon Cheddar, Stop Sign
Savings $2/lb.

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Eating Green!

We all know that eating leafy green vegetables like spinach and kale is good for us. But today I want to talk about eating “green” — choosing foods that are good for you and the environment. Here are a few tips on environmentally sound eating.

  • Eat in Season and Locally: Sticking to our region’s growing cycles is an eco-friendly move because it requires fewer imports, and therefore less fuel will be used for the food’s journey to you. And most likely the produce will be picked at the peak of ripeness and nutritional high – more good news for you.
  • Consider Organic: For fruits and other produce such as peaches, strawberries and celery, choosing organic will help lessen the use and impact of pesticides on the environment. Some research also suggests that certain organic produce may have slightly higher nutrient content than conventionally grown.
  • Select Responsible Labels: More companies are reducing their impact on the environment by using recycled packaging materials, or just using less packaging all together. Environmentally responsible products are growing in numbers, and by purchasing them we take a step toward protecting the earth.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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