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In the Store this Week

I keep getting customer calls about what we have in stock. I’m going to try online updates. Be sure to let me know what you think!

In the Store

This week we finally received the much awaited for FERMENTED COD LIVER OIL! We have Plain, Cinnamon, the CLO/Butter Oil combo in Cinnamon flavor as well as Capsules for those who want that. Prices range from $30.60 to $38.95.

Green Pastures Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Green Pastures Fermented Cod Liver Oil

We also got in the nearly famous GRASSFED CHEESE! We have Cow’s milk Feta, Raw Milk Cheddar, Baby Swiss, White Colby, Mozzarella, Veggie Jack and Muenster. I tried to get Gouda too but they were sold out. Maybe next time. Price is $5.00-$5.75/package. Each package is approximately 1/2 lb.

Swissland Grassfed Cheese

Swissland Cheese produces grassfed cheese in many flavors.

We added WILD ALASKAN SALMON BURGER, perfect for salmon patties fried in butter! Oo la la! Priced very reasonably too!

Wild Alaskan Salmon

Wild Alaskan Salmon offers filets and ground salmon.

For the last few months I have been making yogurt. Whole family and our friends think it is very tasty! We all liked it so much we decided to carry it in the store. Now offering YOGURT CULTURE! Priced from $38.50-$40.00.

Custom Probiotics Yogurt Starter

Custom Probiotics produces the yummiest Yogurt Starter we’ve ever eaten!

We have a great deal of ORGANIC VEGGIES and FRUITS. Darrell has been raving over the fruit salad I’ve been making recently. I don’t know about you but I feel the need to juice these days, too so there are lots of veggies.

What would you like to see?

For those of you who want to help us out, keep your eyes and ears peeled for other items locally made/produced that you would like us to carry in the store. It has to be items you see yourself buying regularly. As we look forward to our extra space I am thinking of all the goodies to fill it with. What would you like? How can we make your life more convenient by carrying it in the store?

 

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