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We’re No. 5!
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!
Save $.50 on a hearty 15 oz. can of Dennison’s Chili this week.
Don’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
These 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
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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Featured Recipe: 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.
Our 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
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.