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Hello my friend. It's my sincere wish that you enjoy an abundantly joyous day.
Think of a family member, a really good friend, a favorite pet, your first bicycle, or any other wonderful memory that sparks that internal feeling. "Feed it! Feed it!" Keep those good thoughts going the entire day. Treat that spark as if it has ignited a pile of memory leaves. The fire is beginning to grow and if you keep it fed, you will end up with a bonfire of fond memories to make an ordinary day into a great one! "Yes. You are on your way to that abundantly joyous day my friend."
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Yesterday I saw where Heidi commented on the Santa Rita 120 Cabernet Sauvingnon entry a comment regarding the spectacular price. Then I thought to myself, "Hmm... Eat More Produce prices do seem too good to be true."
I was thinking that Heidi is right. These are unbelievable wine prices. Perhaps I should show how lucky I am to have Eat More Produce to shop. Their prices are unbelievable and I know that they drive the local produce markets and wine shops crazy with their low prices.
No my friend, the Santa Rita 120's are no longer available at 4 for $20. They've risen to 2 for $12! "O-M-G! The woe!!!" <hehe> Once you have tasted any variety of the Santa Rita 120 product line you will agree that $5, $6, $7 or more a bottle is a steal!
And look at Eat More Produce's vegetable and fruit prices! Their produce is beautiful and fresh. They constantly pull old bruised merchandise from their tables and coolers. And, I can attest that they will stand behind anything that they sell. Have a problem? Something not quite right? Simply talk to them. They're a neighborhood merchant and not a big-box supermarket. They want a win-win relationship with their customers.
Tiffany and I remember their predecessor who used to own this location. The prior tenants let it run down and down until they simply had no client base remaining. To be perfectly honest, towards the end it appeared like groceries which had been rejected by Wal-Mart, Publix, Winn Dixie and Albertsons. Sad too because that owner was asking for prevailing market prices on inferior product.
Then comes Eat More Produce to resurrect the location under new ownership and name. They began as a second location to their Canadian store. They quickly gained a fast growing customer base and grew and grew and grew. They began strictly as produce market but now offer wine, meats, cheeses, organic produce, nuts, grains, flowers, and gourmet specialty items.
Thank you Eat More Produce for offering what no-one else seemed to provide in the Orlando market. Fantastic product at unbelievable prices! Tiffany and I are certain to remain life-long customers and we look forward to our weekly must-stop visits.
Hi-dee hi-dee are-you-overpaying-for-tomatoes-and-wine-ho my friend?