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Cart to Kitchen, a new web series by Fareway, is launching January 13th. Check out the trailer and more here!

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Fareway is excited to bring a brand new educational series to customers, focusing on bringing fresh meat and produce to life inside the kitchen. Cart to Kitchen is centered around ideas of bringing tips, tricks and recipes from your Fareway store right to your kitchen!

Cart to Kitchen will bring weekly episodes to your screens, hosted by Fareway Dietitians, Whitney Hemmer and Caitlyn Ferin, plus special guests appearing throughout the year. Whether you are all out of recipe ideas, are looking for inspiration for the holidays, or are trying new tips for cooking on your own, Cart to Kitchen is stocked with various fresh food ideas, tips and recipes to take home, all at an affordable price.

Cart to Kitchen


Interested in new recipes, but don’t want to take the time to read? We have the solution for you in our videos section. Watch any video to take a delicious new meal home, try out some tips to cut down time in the kitchen, or try out something new. 


Not sure where to start when trying out a new idea in the kitchen? The articles section provides helpful and quick, tricks for meal solutions, hosting ideas, and appetizers from our store and the Fareway Meat Market.


Did you know we have a magazine? Our Centsable Health magazine articles are available online or in-store for you to pick up filled with meal ideas, new finds, and fresh produce hacks!

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Shopping smart and eating healthy shouldn’t have to come as a chore. Our shop smart section offers help on an affordable and maintainable lifestyle. At Fareway we are committed to bringing you the best, you don't have to settle for less!


Without the help of our dietitians, healthy lifestyles would not be possible. For tips, ideas, and nutrition-related services, meet our dietitians!

Back to school time is a great time to think about stocking a pantry with new, healthy after school snacks.

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Snacking can help kids keep their energy up, make up for skimpy or skipped breakfasts, and provide fuel before after-school sports or other activities. Adding healthy snacks between meals can also increase focus and performance, children are able to comprehend and retain information presented in the classroom at a higher rate when their bodies are fueled consistently, according to the American Dietetic Association.

Healthier Snacks


Good snacks provide carbohydrates, protein, fiber, and some healthy fat.  Here are some snack suggestions to have on hand that can easily be thrown in a back pack or made quickly after school:

  • Low-fat microwave popcorn tossed with Parmesan cheese

  • Trail mix ingredients:

    • 1/4 cup each: whole-grain cereal, and raisins or dried cranberries

    • ‚Äč2 tablespoons each: sunflower seeds, and chopped nuts

  • Mini, whole grain bagel or sandwich thin spread with low-fat cream cheese or peanut butter

  • Ants on a log: Spread peanut butter on celery sticks and top with raisins

  • Healthy ice pops: Freeze fresh, unsweetened 100% juice in ice pop molds or ice cube trays

  • Whole-grain pita and hummus

  • Whole wheat crackers, such as Triscuits, with cheese cubes

  • Yogurt topped with berries and/or granola

  • Smoothies: blend fruit, ice and milk in a blender until smooth

  • Whole-wheat tortilla filled with cheese and salsa and heated in microwave

  • One half banana and 1 Tbsp peanut butter placed and rolled in whole-wheat tortilla

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