Raisin Rack's June newsletter
Savings come naturally at Raisin Rack
The grand opening of the expanded Canton store is now behind us, but the store specials and special events continue in June. There's always something to satisfy everyone's tastes at Raisin Rack. Our store ads provide a sample of what's on sale this month.
We hope you were able to visit us in May, particularly early in the month when Raisin Rack offered additional deep discounts on numerous items as part of the celebration of the expanded Canton store.
Raisin Rack owner Don Caster was pleased with the positive response from Canton-area shoppers and appreciative of the support. The larger store received so many excellent reviews. There are so many more products available at the Canton Raisin Rack that the "healthier grocery store" has become a one-stop shop.
Now, back to the June specials. What are the steals? Sorry, we means deals. Here are a few: Luna bars at $0.89, Raisin Rack vitamins and supplements at 30% off the retail price, Derma e skin-care products at 30% off, Alexia frozen fries, onion rings, cheddar and mozzarella bites, Tree of Life frozen fruits and vegetables and more.
The low prices extend throughout our two stores in the gluten free, frozen/refrigerated, vegan/vegetarian/non-dairy, grocery and pets.
You're always welcome to view our monthly specials 24/7 at www.raisinrack.com. Click here or go to our website and look for the store circular icon in the center of the home page. Our monthly ads also are posted in the Westerville store and now at the entrance of the Canton store.
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Stress lecture scheduled for both stores in June
Don't Just Survive -- Thrive! Supporting Vitality & Energy in Times of Stress is a free lecture that will be offered at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, at the Westerville Raisin Rack and at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 14, at the Canton store. The presenter will be Dr. Grace Ormstein, scientific herbal adviser for Himalaya.
The talk will focus on the link between stress and numerous health conditions and the physiological changes that take place in the body in response to stress.
Dr. Ormstein graduated from medical school in Poland before coming to the United States. She also is certified in naturopathic medicine and a strong advocate of natural products. She has practiced medicine for more than 20 years and has an extensive knowledge of plants.
Register for the presentation at the Westerville or Canton stores. For more information, contact the Westerville store at 614-882-5886 or the Canton store at 330-966-1515.
For product information, visit www.himalayausa.com.
Sample new products at Westerville Raisin Rack on June 15
Taste and see What's New at the Rack during a free sampling day on Friday, June 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Westerville Raisin Rack. Try local products from R.A.W. Foods, eban gluten-free bakery, Jamble Granola, Made in Nature dried fruit and Don Sabrosa salsa. For more information, contact the Westerville store at 614-882-5886.
Essential oils lecture planned for Westerville Raisin Rack
Using Essentials Oils for Home Health Care will be the topic of a free lecture presented by Melissa Farris of Veriditas Botanicals at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21, at the Westerville Raisin Rack.
Farris is a certified herbalist, aromatherapist and founder of Veriditas Botanicals. She is considered one of the foremost experts on essential oils.
Topics will include how to use the Veriditas Wellness Formula line, which is available at the Raisin Rack, for:
♦ effective and great-smelling deodorants
♦ treating scars, warts, athlete's foot and other stubborn conditions naturally
♦ treating burns, cuts, scrapes and bites with lavender
The one-hour presentation promises to be fun and exciting. Attendees will receive a 1ml bottle of organic lavender from the fields of Provence, France, for attending the presentation.
Register at the Westerville Raisin Rack or contact the store at 614-882-5886 for more information.
For more information on Farris and her company, visit www.veriditasbotanicals.com.
Chronic inflammation will be topic of presentation at Westerville Raisin Rack
Jeffrey Hudson, D.C., CCN, will present a free lecture on Joint Pain, Musculoskeletal Pain & Chronic Inflammation at the Westerville Raisin Rack on Wednesday, June 20, at 7 p.m.
Chronic inflammation is at the root of many common health problems such as arthritis, heart disease, cancer and dementia. Learn about nutritional and lifestyle interventions that can improve your life and overall well-being.
Register for the lecture at the Westerville store or call 614-882-5886 for more information.
Hudson has practiced as a chiropractor for more than 30 years. He also is a certified clinical nutritionist. For more information on his practice, visit www.hudsonspinalhealth.com.
Raisin Rack owner to serve on Ohio Grocers Association Board of Directors
Raisin Rack founder and owner Don Caster has been named to the Ohio Grocers Association's Board of Directors, the OGA announced in May.
Caster will be serving on the board for a first term. He is considered a leading expert in the natural grocery industry and a highly sought speaker on health and wellness issues. A graduate of Walsh University in North Canton, Caster also serves on the school's board of directors.
"Being able to play a role in directing the focus of the Ohio retail grocery community will reflect our goal of helping people eat healthier while at the same time supporting the work of our state's farmers who make a lifetime commitment of feeding each and every person," Caster said.
Caster and his wife, Paulette, founded Raisin Rack in 1978 in Canton, Ohio. Raisin Rack moved into the Columbus market in 1982 and currently operates as a 25,000-square-foot healthier grocery store with a cafe in Westerville at the corner of Cleveland Avenue and Schrock Road just north of I-270. The Canton Raisin Rack expanded in May, nearly doubling in size at 4629 Cleveland Ave. NW to accommodate the growing needs of customers in Stark and surrounding counties in northeast Ohio.
The OGA board members are listed at www.ohiogrocers.org/about-oga/oga-board.php.
Westerville Raisin Rack adds local sheep-milk cheese
The Westerville Raisin Rack is pleased to offer Kokoborrego Cheese Company sheep- and cow-milk cheeses in our dairy section. Kokoborrego cheeses are hand-crafted on the Sippel Family Farm located near Mount Gilead, Ohio.
To learn more about the benefits of sheep-milk cheese and Kokoborrego's naturally aged, raw-milk cheeses, visit www.kokoborrego.com.
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