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  1. Gluten-Free Snack Options

    Being confined to certain foods due to dietary restrictions can be difficult. The process of finding healthy, good tasting snacks that fit into those restrictions can also be a pain. Let’s talk about gluten-free diets. Important to know, a gluten-free diet excludes most grains, and it is recommended for people who have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Read more...
  2. Paleo Diet

    There’s a lot of buzz around the Paleo diet—but you may find yourself wondering, What is that, exactly? The most straightforward definition is the Paleo diet is one that most closely approximates the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. As with any change to your diet, note that every person’s body processes nutrients just a little bit differently, so before doing a complete Paleo overhaul, consult with a dietician or your healthcare provider to ensure Paleo is well-suited for your body. Here’s a guide to help you make the most out Paleo—and how your friends at Safeway Marketplace can help...

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  3. High Level

    We invite you to enter High Level and let us help elevate your life. One of our core beliefs is that supplements should be just that—a supplement to your life. We think they should be fun, playful, and easy to understand so that everyone has the opportunity to unlock their potential and live life to the fullest. High Level was founded with the intention of making your life better through the curative, rejuvenating powers of earth’s bounty. We believe that when used in the right combinations, these natural herbs and plant-based botanicals can boost your energy, clarity, and efficiency, thus bringing you to a higher level of your best self. Our supplements are crafted with care and precision, using only the finest hand-selected ingredients to bring you formulas that draw upon the wisdom of sages passed down through time, with the efficiency and exactitude of modern science. We invite you to join us and #LiveHighLevel...

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  4. Mission Meats

    Launched in 2015, Mission Meat is a company whose meat is on a mission. Besides being dedicated to making a better quality meat snack you can feel good about enjoying, Mission Meats is committed to public service and giving back to the communities we live in. The mission is to provide good food to our customers and to promote positive relationships with ourselves, our neighbors, and the natural world we share. Because of this mission, we use only top-quality meats in our snacks. We use sustainably sourced grass-fed beef and pork and free-range turkey for our product lines, to provide a better quality meat stick. It’s also why we donate 10% of our profits to organizations we believe in, to encourage social good and foster community with our neighbors. Mission Meats aren’t just meats that taste great—they’re also products that help impact the world, one stick at a time...

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  5. Bacon's Heir

    Like many of us—maybe even you—Bacon’s Heir founder Brett Goodson initially misunderstood the pork rind. After all, common sense tells you that there’s no way that fried pork skin can possibly be good for you, right? Wrong. Enter a chance road trip visit to a gas station (the ubiquitous place most of us imagine when we think of pork rinds), and Brett’s discovery that pork rinds are delicious. A quick scan of the nutritional info on the back of the bag was an eye-opener—they were nowhere near as unhealthy as he’d come to believe...

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  6. Keto Vs. Paleo: What’s the Difference?

    You’ve probably heard a lot about both the keto (pronounced kee-toe) and paleo (short for paleolithic) dietary plans—and because the diets bear a lot of commonalities, you may not be sure how they differ, or which one is best-suited to your needs. Before you decide on a plan of action, your friends at Marketplace encourage you to consult your health care provider, to see what your body requires to stay healthy and happy. In the meantime, we’ve put together the “cliff notes” version of the plans, so you can make your decision armed with knowledge, and ideas on how to make the most of living paleo or keto. Read more...
  7. How Toxic Are Your Cleaning Products?

    Did you know, potentially harmful toxins can exist in your everyday household products? On average, your typical household cleaner is made up of over 62 chemicals. There is a large amount of evidence which links the exposure to a variety of pollutants and chemicals to long-term health complications. It’s important to know; there are about, 80,000 chemicals registered in the United States. 200 of those 80,000 chemicals have been tested for potential health effects. Despite its required federal regulation policy, just five of the 80,000 chemicals registered in the United States have been regulated. These statistics are incredibly alarming for households with developing children. Read more...
  8. Our Top 4 Wine and Food Pairings

    Over the last several months, we’ve worked hard to develop a well-crafted assortment of premium domestic and international wines. The Marketplace now offers an exclusive variety of some of the world’s best reds, whites, rosé’s and champagnes. Our new collection features some of your favorite Pinot Noir’s, sparkling Rosé’s, Sauvignon Blanc’s and Chardonnays. We’ve also taken the time to carefully curate 6-pack varieties of whites from around the world, the best of California’s Cabernet Sauvignon and the finest champagnes we could find both domestically and internationally. To celebrate the launch of our new wines, we’ve compiled a short list of our top 4 wine and food pairings, just for you.

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  9. Marlo's Bake Shop

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  10. Grady’s Cold Brew

    President & Co-Founder Grady Laird loved cold brew coffee but was perplexed at the high price he had to pay to get it from his local coffee shop. It wasn’t until after the magazine he worked for published an article about how to make cold-brew coffee at home that he decided to try it himself. The process was simple but a bit lengthy and involved. The inconvenience was more than offset by his ability to control and refine the taste to his own liking, plus he cut the effort it took to produce by brewing the coffee overnight in his home kitchen...

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