Chattanooga Readers: $15 for $30 Worth of Groceries at Village Market

Just quickly, I wanted to mention that there is a great deal for my local readers here in the Chattanooga/ N GA area…head over here to Living Social and you can currently pay just $15 for $30 to Spend on Groceries at Village Market (Collegedale)

Fine Print
• Limit 3 per person, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit one per person per visit • Excludes sale and clearance items • Entire value must be used in single visit • Other conditions apply

I don’t personally shop at Village Market…if you do I would love your feedback.

Here is a little info from the Living Social page:
What began in as a cooperative effort in the early 1940s has blossomed into a main stream grocery store that offers natural, organic, vegetarian food, and more — not to mention one of the largest gluten-free product sections in Chattanooga. Owned and operated by Southern Adventist University, this Collegedale locale stocks everything from sweet corn, black plums, California strawberries, and red mangoes, to Slawsa, dairy-free nacho sauce, your favorite cereal brands, juices, granola bars, and more. Offering something for every taste, you can grab some to-go sushi for dinner or pick up that laundry detergent you keep forgetting about — this market carries not only the special items you seek out, but the mainstays of your day-to-day life.

You can check out the Village Market facebookpage here

Remember this deal is ONLY available for a limited time or while supplies last…already over 700 of these vouchers have been claimed.

You can check it out here

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