Often we're able to buy products at an exceptional price, and when this happens we want to pass these savings on to you. Just look for the purple signs in our stores — they indicate our Friends & Family specials. Need to sign up for our Friends & Family program? Go to this page; it'll just take a few seconds. 


What's on F&F this week?



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F&F 2 bags for $9.99 (reg $5.99/ea)
Now there are Butter Crunch cookies from Tate's. If the buttery, toffee-y, burnt sugary taste of these cookies doesn't make you want to eat the whole bag in one sitting, then we're plum out of ideas on how to get you to eat a whole bag of cookies. We also now have Gluten-Free Oatmeal Raisin and Walnut Chocolate Chip.

BONUS JOKE: Did you hear about the mathematician who’s afraid of negative numbers?
He'll stop at nothing to avoid them.

F&F $5.99/dz (reg $6.99)
The chickens that lay these eggs are free to roam around on 6 acres of grassy pasture where they can eat bugs and have so much room for activities. Amish Acres is a family farm that uses no antibiotics or hormones and feeds their chickens GMO-free feed only at night when they're inside insulated from predators; otherwise they're outside doing chickeny things according to their job descriptions.

BONUS JOKE: Yesterday I saw a guy spill all his Scrabble letters on the road. I asked him, "What’s the word on the street?"

F&F $5.99/ea (reg $6.99)
Based on the naming conventions of these cheeses, we're thinking that the cheesemakers may have somehow somnambulated their collective subconsciouses back to the sixties. Not that that's a bad thing. Regardless, these cheeses are ready for you to fall in love with them, which you will. PsycheDillic: Since you love dill, this one's for you — a surprising depth of flavor with a tart and bright finish. Made with dill and dill pollen. We thought dill pollen was the stuff of science fiction, but no.
Purple Haze: Subtly sweet with the tangy brightness of fresh goat cheese. The distinct and unexpected marriage of lavender and hand-harvested wild fennel pollen makes Purple Haze happily addictive.
Sgt. Pepper: A fresh goat cheese with a combination of four peppers, exotic spices, and pepper threads. The result is a complex taste experience — with a slight heat kick to the taste buds.

BONUS JOKE: What do you call a goat with one ear?
Van goat.

F&F 2 for $5.99 (reg $3.49/ea)
It is soup weather, whether you want to let yourself believe it or not. Just how easy are these soups to make?

• Bring 4-1/2 cups of water to a boil
• Add package of Alessi soup mix & stir for one minute. Stir frequently to avoid possible overflow.
• Reduce heat to medium & cook uncovered for 12-14 minutes. Soup should bubble during cooking. Stir occasionally.
• Remove from heat. For authentic Italian taste, stir in 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil. Serve and enjoy.
Pretty dang easy.

Choose from: Sicilian Lentil Soup, Neapolitan Bean Soup (aka Minestrone), Porcini Mushroom Soup, Sicilian Split Pea Soup, Tuscan White Bean Soup.

BONUS JOKE: A woman in labor suddenly shouted, "Shouldn’t! Wouldn’t! Couldn’t! Didn’t! Can’t!"
"Don't worry," said the Doc. "Those are just contractions."