Greensboro, North Carolina-based The Fresh Market is offering fully prepared holiday meals, desserts, party platters and gift ideas.
Gift options include a variety of stocking stuffers, all priced at $8 and under, such as hot cocoa bombs, Walkers shortbread christmas trees or gingerbread men, sample sized, holiday-flavored teas and coffees and Rothschild hot and smoky bacon chutney.
All of the meals come in free reusable thermal boxes for transport after pickup. The retailer also has a variety of à la carte mains sides and desserts.
Meal options include:
- Ultimate Holiday Meal – $179.99; starting under $13 per person; serves 12-14.
- Traditional Holiday Meal – $99.99; starting at $10 per person; serves eight to 10. Guests can register for the Ultimate Loyalty Experience online or in store and save $10 off this meal. It takes 30 seconds to sign up.
- Essential Holiday Meal – $69.99; starting at $14 per person; serves three to five.
- Essential Ham Meal – $69.99; starting at $14 per person; serves three to five.
- Prime Rib Meal – $49.99; $25 per person; serves two people.
- Holiday Ham Meal – $99.99; starting at $10 per person; serves eight to 10.
Meals can be ordered online through Dec. 21 and in-store ordering through Dec. 18. Orders can be picked up in store from Dec. 21-24.
Guests are also encouraged to pick up a copy of The Fresh Market’s December Magazine or check it out online for more inspiration on holiday ideas leading into the new year.
The Fresh Market is supporting Feeding America with a Holiday Round Up to support the communities it serves. This fundraiser will run through Dec. 27. The grocer invites customers to consider rounding up their in-store purchase or adding a different donation amount. One dollar helps provide at least 10 meals on behalf of local member food banks.
One hundred percent of funds collected go to benefit Feeding America, which will, in turn, redistribute 90 percent of those funds to local member food banks that partner with The Fresh Market stores to fight food insecurity and build hunger awareness in their local communities.
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