Local Harvest Grocery Newsletter
January 27, 2017

Our apologies for resending this newsletter. We have revised the information about Tipsy Goat macarons for Valentine's Day. They are NOT offering chocolate-covered strawberries, but rather chocolate-covered strawberry macarons. Sorry for any inconvenience!

Check out our carefully curated beer and wine section, stocked with our favorite winter beers. New arrivals this week include:  
*Perennial Sump
*O'fallon Brewery Big Walt
*4 Hands Cash Mony
*Logboat Cowboy Me
*Charleville Brewing Co. Flanders Red
*Schlafly Barrel Aged Imperial stout from the IBEX CELLAR
Sierra Nevada Tropical Torpedo
Tallgrass Backpacker brown
Sierra Nevada Side car
To Ol Snowball Saison
Destihl Wild Sour Series  Flanders Red
Destihl Wild Sour Series Here gose nothin'
Prairie Artisan Ales Prairie Hop
Prairie Artisan Ales/ Evil Twin Brewing Collab Bible Belt
Prairie Artisan Ales Barrel/Evil Twin Brewing Collab aged Bible Belt
North Peak Stormy Oat IPA
Golden Road Wolf Pup sessions IPA
Elysian Brewing Company Split Shot Espresso Milk Stout
Elysian Brewing Company Space Dust
Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout
New Belgium Tartastic
New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA
 
*=local 

Valentine's Day Macarons 
The Tipsy Goat, located in the Carondelet neighborhood, just announced two Valentine's Day specials exclusively for Local Harvest- by reservation only. 

Box of 6 macarons, featuring dark chocolate raspberry, lavender espresso, and chubby hubby flavors for $15.99

Box of 5 chocolate-covered strawberry macarons for $19.99

Reserve yours by Saturday, February 4 in store or by phone (314) 865-5260. A $5 deposit will be required. These will be delivered on Saturday, February 11 and have a shelf-life of up to one week (or can be frozen for longer-term storage). 

For more information, check out the Tipsy Goat website. 
Keep Warm With Coffee
Did you know we brew fresh coffee every day?Try a cup for $1.75 each or bring in your own mug for a $1 fill.  

We feature blends and single-origin offerings from Art House, Stringbean, Kuva, Goshen, La Cosecha, Three Avocados, and Life Pack.   Many of these local roasters offer free-trade and organic beans.

Like what you've tasted? Buy a bag and use our in-store grinder to get the same flavor at home!

We just got a new delivery in from Three Avocados. All proceeds from the sale of their fair-trade coffees is sent to projects supplying clean drinking water in Uganda. 
Double Up Food Bucks Continues

The popular Double Up Food Bucks program is still ongoing! Customers with SNAP/EBT Food Stamps may purchase local produce at regular price and receive a voucher for the same amount to spend on any local or non-local produce here at Local Harvest Grocery. 

Local produce in our store is labelled with a green "local" tag, while non-local produce is presented with a white tag. Feel free to ask any employee for more information on the program. 

The Double Up Food Bucks program is looking for volunteers for its Citizen Advisory Board. More info can be found on the Double Up Food Bucks website or this application.  
We are constantly adding new products! Just a few we've added recently:
Bob's Red Mill pearled barley
Seed Geeks creamed honey
Life Pack coffee
Start Right waffle mix
Banner Road granola
Breton gluten-free crackers
Amish Butter
Grandpa's soaps
Shoti Maa Magic Box tea
First Fruits black walnuts
Zanetti parmesan
Newman's Own pretzels

Looking for a certain product or know one we should sell? Let us know! 
We also offer 10% off on special orders by the case. 
Local Harvest Grocery | 314-865-5260 | www.localharvestgrocery.com
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