Summertime is here! Along with warm weather and long lazy days spent on the patio, you can plan on enjoying plenty of fresh, delicious summer produce. With new varieties of fruits and vegetables coming in and out of season almost every week, be sure you don't miss any of these special summer treats. You won't see them fresh again until next year!
Father's Day is the official day to let Dad know how much he is appreciated. Be sure to plan something special with his tastes and interests in mind. We can help you with everything you need to plan a great day for Dad!
First Day Of Summer
June 21 is the longest day of the year - and the first official day of summer. Fire up the grill, grab some cool drinks, and celebrate by spending a long evening on the patio.
Graduation is an exciting time you'll certainly want to celebrate. The time leading up to graduation can be a stressful one, so make it easy on yourself with party platters and a custom decorated cake from our deli or bakery!
School Is Out
Get ready for summer vacation with plenty of kid friendly snacks and activities. Encourage healthy snacking with fresh produce cut up for small hands to grab. Be sure to plan some simple, but special outings like taking the kids to the park, the zoo, or the beach.
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