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Currently, store hours are: weekdays from 11 am – 6 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm for in-store shopping and local pickups. For contactless pickup, order online and select “Local pickup” when you checkout. Order before noon and your order will be ready the same day. OR…call the store – 623.977.6553 – during store hours to order if there’s something you would like that isn’t offered through the website: mini (2 oz) or large (750 ml) bottles, pasta, olives, jam, mustard, dessert topping, seasonings, etc. Leave a message if we’re not here and we’ll call you back.

You are welcome to come in to the store and shop. We encourage you to “mask up” and observe social distancing–we want everyone to be around when this craziness abates! Stay tuned for updates.

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Thank you for your continued support. Stay healthy and safe!

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