This is some pretty exciting news. Healthy Living Market located in the Wilton Mall, has just announced they’re lowering their prices to compete with other larger brand grocery stores in the Saratoga area.
Healthy Living is well known for their attention to only selling high-quality products from national brands as well as showcasing a plethora of local producers, from eggs to peanut butter.
Below you can see the press release sent out this morning with more details about Healthy Living Market and their efforts to lower prices throughout the store –
HEALTHY LIVING MARKET OFFERS LOWER PRICING THROUGHOUT STORES THIS SPRING
Price Drops Mean Big Savings for Healthy Living Customers While the Store Hopes to Bring in a New Audience with Competitive Pricing
Saratoga Springs, NY (April 9, 2015)– Healthy Living Market and Cafe is excited to announce that is has dropped pricing on several of it’s most popular lines and products over the last several months as it strives to continue to offer a premier grocery experience at the fairest prices possible. These new lower price offerings show the store’s commitment to value while never sacrificing on quality.
In addition to savings throughout the store, Healthy Living will still offer its weekly/monthly sales and coupon program and popular 3-day sales. In fact, this weekend the grocer will be offering 50% off its entire line of Nature’s Path products from Friday through Sunday (April 10-12).
“Over the past year, we have worked incredibly hard to make sure our pricing is both competitive and aggressive in the local market. With confidence we can now say that Healthy Living has many staple grocery items along with speciality, wine, vitamins and supplements and most other store departments at lower prices than many of our local competitors,” said Eli Lesser-Goldsmith, Co-Owner of Healthy Living Market and Cafe. “We invite both new guests and regulars to come in to compare apples to apples, cereal to cereal, vitamin C to vitamin C, (bad grocery store pun) with our competition. I think people will be pleasantly surprised by what they find.”
Guests will now experience great deals on brands such as WestBrea and Eden canned beans; Annies Homegrown and Back to Nature products; body care lines including Alba Botanicals and Dr. Bronners; and dairy and frozen brands’ Amy’s and Cascadian Farms. Well-known wine producers like Bogle, Cakebread and New York’s own Limerick Lane wines are offered at the lowest prices in the area.
Popular low priced items:
Annie’s HomeGrown Mac & Cheese: $2.49
Almond Breeze Almond Milk: $2.79
Eden 15oz Canned Beans: $2.49
Food For Life Brown Rice Bread: $4.99
Alexia Hashbrowns: $2.99
Seventh Gen Laundry Detergent: $12.99
Dogfish Head Aprihop (seasonal 4-pack): $8.99
Ballast Point Even Keel Session IPA Cans: $10.99
Stone IPA 6-pack: $9.99
1911 Cider 6-pack: $9.49
Limerick Lane 1910 block Zin: $48.99
Limerick Lane Zin: $32.99
Limerick Lane Grenache/Syrah: $35.99
Bogle Essential Red: $10.99
Cakebread Chardonnay: $41.99
Martinelli Pinot Noir Bella Vigna: $39.99
About Healthy Living
Healthy Living is a natural foods market and cafe with stores located in Burlington, Vermont and Saratoga Springs, New York. Founded in Vermont in 1986, Healthy Living has been committed from day one to creating a premier grocery store experience to sell the finest and cleanest food at the fairest prices possible while supporting local farmers and producers. In addition it is committed to enriching its communities and teaching its guests how to live healthier lifestyles through a variety of cooking and educational classes at its learning centers. For more information: www.healthylivingmarket.com
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This press release translated basically says “we were over priced for the market.” My first trip to Healthy Market left me wondering why should I pay something like $8.99 a pound for a pork chop which I can get at the same quality level at Fresh Market or Primal Meats cheaper. Their house made sandwiches/meals or wines may be worth the price, but their prices on some basic stuff, gourmet named as it may be, was just out of sight.
Sorry, it should read “were just out of sight.”