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Heinen’s Supermarkets Potato Gnocchi Recall [US]

US/Silver Spring: La Pasta Inc., a Silver Spring, Maryland establishment, recalls certain batch/lots of private label Potato Gnocchi manufactured for Heinen’s Supermarkets due to undeclared Milk, a known allergen, source of dietary intolerance and possible trigger of Anaphylaxis, a serious and potential fatal situation, requiring immediate medical intervention. 600 more words

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It's business as usual at downtown Heinen's despite early morning flood

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Heinen’s downtown Cleveland location opened as usual Monday morning, despite an early morning flood.

In response to news of flooding at our Downtown Cleveland location, we would like to clarify that there is minimal damage and we are open for our standard business hours.

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'Wait til Next Saison' with Heinen's

It’s OK, Browns fans. We always have next season.

Heinen’s is helping us drown our sorrows with the release of “Wait til Next Saison,” a “hoppy, Belgain-influenced beer that is a touchdown of flavors and brewed in partnership with… 18 more words

Cleveland Style Food Writing!

This is one of the best current books about the selling of food!  Michael Ruhlman, from Cleveland, spends some time with the Heinen Brothers, and really educates the reader about grocery stores and food.   36 more words

Personally Sustainable? Show me!

Let’s start with food!  Everyone needs to eat.  What we choose to eat is up to us.  Money 💰 helps determine how we think about food.   453 more words

Vegan Parmesan In A Shaker

Vegan Parmesan In A Shaker. And yes, it’s made by Follow Your Heart – the same people who make vegan parmesan shreds.

When I can locate it, I carry the shaker in my purse when going to restaurants that don’t serve vegan cheese and just sprinkle it on anything I like. 253 more words


And Why Would You Shop There?

Today was a day of exasperation for the second day in a row in my adventure of grocery shopping in the Oberlin, Ohio area…

But it really began on Saturday at the Oberlin Farmers Market…one question there:  where are all the organic local farmers? 225 more words