This Week at High Country Produce

I sent my husband to HCP today and he came home with some sweet treats!  Peaches, watermelon, cantaloupe, and grapes, just to name a few!

Here are the deals this week at HCP for all you Boise, Meridian, and Kuna residents!!

SUPPORT OUR LOCAL FARMERS!!!  Shop at High Country Produce!

The Famous Local Corn is here!!  3 for 1.00
Over the past 3 years this corn has earned the name “Come back Corn” If you taste it you’ll come back for more.
2 lb Bag of Sweet Mini tricolor Peppers  1.99 per bag
The same peppers at Winco are 4.98 (as of 7/29)
Watermelon .39 lb
Hermiston Yellow seedless Watermelon and Cantaloupe .59 lb
Grape tomatoes 1.27 per clam
Local Peaches 1.27 lb
Local Apricots 1.07 lb
Wala Wala Onions 5lb bag 3.97
Local H&H Tomatoes 1.59 lb
Local Green Beans 1.69 lb
Local Zucchini .89 lb
Local yellow crookneck squash .89lb
Local Yellow Zucchini .97 lb
Local Cucumbers 2 for 1.00
Local Pickling Cucumbers 1.39 lb
Local Fresh dill 2.97/bundle
Local Apricots 1.39 lb
Local Cherries: Bing and Rainier  2.49 lb

You’ll also find LOCAL:

Patty Pan Squash, Herbs, Cheese, Milk, Salsa, Eggs, Butter, Tomatoes, Guacamole, Pico de gallo, Bread

Plus the Oregon Berries are Awesome!!

Raspberries 2.99
Blue Berries 2.99
Black Berries 2.49

Looking for CERTIFIED LOCAL RAW MILK?

High Country Produce is one of only two locations carrying Certified Local Raw Milk from Natural Farm fresh Dairy out of Kuna Idaho.
The price for 1 gallon is $5.99 and the ½ Gallons are $3.99. From what we are hearing this price is unheard of for RAW Milk.
You can read more about this Natural Farm Fresh Dairy at www.idahofarmfresh.com.  The taste of this milk is WOW!!

Lastly, check out the new item “Madre’s Fresh homemade Tortillas”  An authentic family recipe! Yumm!

All Sale Items are while supplies last!!

Store Hours:
M-Sat 9 to 6:30
Sunday 11 to 4
208-866-7861

Location:
{Five Mile & Victory in Boise} click for the map

Comments

  • Sophie

    Ok, so I have to ask about the Raw milk. I have looked into it before and know it is supposed to be super good for you, but I didn’t realize you could buy it so easily in Idaho since some states make it illegal to sell. Is it really that good? Part of hubby’s childhood was spent on a dairy, and they drank raw milk all the time, and he didn’t think it was that good. He told me that he would just prefer me to get milk at Costco instead of buying Raw milk. Any input?

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