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Nugget Markets “Fresh to Market” January 21, 2010

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We’re No. 5!

Fortune Top 100 for 2010

Nugget Markets is proud to announce that we have again been named one of the best places to work by Fortune magazine. This year marks our all-time highest ranking on Fortune’s list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For,” having been named the No. 5 best employer in the nation. As we always say, our associates are our competitive edge — a big thank you to our team for making Nugget Markets a great place to work!

Featured Coupon

Save $.50Save $.50 on a hearty 15 oz. can of Dennison’s Chili this week.

Snow's New England Clam Chowder

Snows Clam Chowder

Save $1.40Don’t have time to make your own, but still want to warm up with soup? Give Snow’s New England Clam Chowder a try — on sale this week. 16oz., $1.49, save $1.40

Olde Cape Cod Oyster Crackers

Olde Cape Cod Crackers

Save $.50These delicious oyster crackers make the perfect accompaniment to a warming bowl of seafood soup. They’re also trans-fat-free! 8oz. $2.49, save $.50

Giovanni Hot Chocolate Sugar Scrub

Giovanni Hot Chocolate Scrub

This is a fun body scrub that’s perfect for a cold night. Giovanni’s Hot Chocolate Sugar Scrub sloughs off dead skin using a formula that incorporates vitamins, minerals and nutrients that will transform dry winter skin into a healthy glow.

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Fresh to Market
January 21, 2010
Volume 4, Issue 2

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 1/20/2010 - 1/26/2010.

Warm Up!

Featured Recipe: Crab & Shrimp Bisque

Crab Shrimp Bisque

Try this velvety bisque when you’re chilled to the bone and craving something that will warm you all over. Make it this week and you’ll save on raw wild gulf prawns, now $8.99/lb.

Upgrade Your Soup Experience!

Soup Bowls

Save $.50Our artisan sourdough soup bowls are handmade daily by our in-store bakers.  Created from superior ingredients like naturally fermented starters, they’re delectable on their own and are the perfect match with your favorite soup. Price: $1.49 Save: $0.50

Health Notes with Dr. LizDr Liz

Winter-time Healing Foods

Bone-chilling temps may leave you feeling less than energetic, and when temperatures drop you might even start to experience signs of cold and flu. Warm up this winter with these nutrient-rich favorites that can help you stay healthy and boost your body’s ability to fend off illness.

  • Soothing soups: You’re bound to get a cold this season (most people average two to three per year), so keep canned or ready-to-eat soup on hand. A few studies show that eating warm chicken noodle soup helps loosen airways and eases breathing. The celery, onions, carrots and aromatic herbs in soups also may lessen inflammation in airways, not to mention provide an array of vitamins and minerals needed for good health.
  • Healthy stews: Cooked on the stove top or in the oven or slow cooker, hearty stews can provide the ample protein, fiber, good carbs and essential nutrients that make this winter-time favorite a complete meal. A healthy stew is a combination of meat (lean beef, pork, chicken, fish or other seafood or soy substitutes) and several types of vegetables (such as potatoes, onions, garlic, carrots, parsnips, turnips and other root vegetables). The meat in stew supplies a quality source of protein needed for immune health, along with the mineral zinc, known to support the body’s defenses against cold and flu.
  • Hot breakfast: Start your day with a warming bowl of oatmeal or other cooked whole grain cereal for a supply of good carbohydrates, which studies show can help sustain muscles and the brain with fuel to last all morning long. The fiber in these cooked cereals also helps lower levels of artery-clogging cholesterol — an added heart-healthy bonus.

Liz Applegate, Ph.D.

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