This post is sponsored by Fresh Thyme, but as always my opinions and words are 100% my own. For more information please see my disclosure policy.
The latest healthy grocery store to enter the Indianapolis market, Fresh Thyme, was the first of its kind to open on the south side of Indy, back earlier in the summer. They are quickly expanding in this area with two new north side stores opening next Thursday, September 25th:
- 4225 E. 82nd Street (Clearwater)
- 2342 W. 86th Street (near Township Line Rd.)
Fresh Thyme Farmers Markets wants to be known as an affordable farmer’s market, with fresh produce taking up 1/3 of their retail space:
… and every stalk, every nectarine, every green bean is hand-inspected and hand-stacked. This attention to detail makes the entire produce department catch your eye as soon as you walk in the store.
Fresh Thyme believes you shouldn’t have to give away the farm to feed your body nutritious food! They’re on a mission to improve the way communities eat by offering fresh and healthy food at amazing values, all in a vibrant and fun shopping environment.
Learn more about Fresh Thyme, and in my previous post I shared some Fresh Facts about Fresh Thyme including how you can find game meat such as elk, venison and even boar!
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This post was sponsored by Azteca Foods. For more info please see my disclosure policy.
Now that Carlie’s in Kindergarten, I have no idea where our $2.40/day goes for her lunch, but definitely not in her belly.
The very first day of school she trotted off the bus and said, “I did not have time to eat all my lunch.” (The girl refuses to use contractions, it’s the cutest thing.)
But not having time to eat is total baloney because she’s just repeating the phrase her older sibs have said for the last 3 years. For them? I believe it, they’re chatterboxes. For Carlie? No way. She has the time, she just doesn’t like the lunch.
So I’m trying to pack her lunches most days, and looking for ideas that are easy for me to make, easy for her to hold, not terribly messy, and most importantly … she’ll eat it.
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