At Livonia Glatt, We Make Premium Produce Our Priority

At Livonia Glatt, We Make Premium Produce Our Priority

We are proud to serve our community. At Livonia Glatt, we believe that providing excellent customer service isn’t something we try to make time for, it’s our natural priority. As a result, we provide our customers with not only high quality groceries, but also education about the products and why we’re proud to carry them.

 

Livonia Offers Only the Finest Premium Produce

Our produce section only offers the freshest and finest fruits and vegetables available. We believe in the premium products we sell, and it shows in our enthusiasm. We would like to share with you a few of the many wonderful produce options we currently carry, and why we love them.

  

POM Wonderful Pomegranates

Pomegranates have played a role in kosher and Middle Eastern cuisine since Biblical times. They are essential for good health and are delicious as well. At Livonia Glatt, we are crazy about pomegranates and want to only carry the best for you. 

For this reason, we proudly sell POM Wonderful pomegranates, the nation’s number 1 brand. Nutritious, delicious and simply irresistible, there are countless ways to enjoy pomegranates. POM offers not only fresh pomegranates, but also juice to provide more enjoyment options.

Here is a ​lovely recipe for Halibut with Wilted Spinach and POM-citrus Vinaigrette. Enjoy!

 

Blue Jay Tangerines

We consider Blue Jay Satsuma mandarins to be the Bentley of tangerines, and we’re not alone in this. After four generations of doing it right, the Johnson Farms’ mandarins remain the benchmark for appearance and flavor.

The Johnston family is dedicated to making sure their Blue Jay products don’t just look good, but they provide a flavor experience people will remember. These mandarins are further proof that great things do come in small packages.

Try this Satsuma, Arugula and Fennel Salad!

  

Driscoll’s Berries

Driscoll’s is committed to growing only the finest berries. Family owned and operated over 100 years, the Driscoll’s family dedication has truly made them the “berry experts”. If only more things could taste as sweet as Driscoll’s berries.

Life would be incomplete without berries, and so would Livonia Glatt. You can rest assured that as long as Driscoll’s grows these berries, we’ll offer them to you in our market. 

We think you will love this recipe for Herb and Blackberry Rubbed Leg of Lamb.

  

Boskovich Farms Cilantro

Since 1915, the name Boskovich has been synonymous with fresh quality produce. Four generations later, Boskovich Farms is still family owned and operated. Boskovich Farms grows over thirty different crops, monitoring every detail and performing every job, every step of the way. It’s through this dedication that Boskovich Farms is a staple in so many kitchens, including ours.

We are pleased to continue to stock Boskovich Farms produce. The Boskovich reputation for excellence is surpassed only by our enthusiasm to offer it to you.

Feeling like you need a little pick me up? Give this recipe for Chicken, Cilantro and Swiss Chard Stew a try.






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