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Easy Blueberry-Pecan Streusel Loaf

This easy blueberry pecan loaf is buttery, moist and filled with juicy berries and crunchy pecans in every bite. It's like a warm slice of your favorite blueberry muffin.

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Whipped Parsnips

Parsnips are a root vegetable that are often called "white carrots." We have a recipe for whipped parsnips that might rival whipped potatoes.

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Culinary Tours Sheet Pan Nachos

It's nacho fault if you end up eating the entire pile of these sheet pan nachos in one sitting. Dip your cheese coated chips into the delicious Culinary Tours campfire roasted salsa and create the ult...

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5-Ingredient Pantry Chili

This delicious chili only calls for 5 ingredients and you can find most of them already in your pantry!

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Certified Angus Beef

We are proud to carry Certified Angus Beef ® in our meat department. Beef must pass 10 stringent quality specifications to earn the brand's premium mark.

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Produce

These days, you are probably more health conscious than ever before. With goals of eating right and staying fit, you need look no further for the best, farm-fresh produce.

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Our Heritage

Peterson's Market was started in 1938 by Louis William Peterson, affectionately called "Lute". His youngest son Bruce Peterson along with his wife Dona took over the business in 1951 and have grown the company from its humble beginnings to what you see now, a full-service grocery store.

Our store is still family-owned and is currently operated by Monte and Jan. We are a full-service, family-oriented store. We offer the finest fresh foods including, USDA choice beef, top quality produce, a scratch bakery and a unique deli with delicious ready to eat entrees. Our Pharmacy also makes custom compounded prescriptions.

We work hard to fulfill any special requests or orders quickly and efficiently. The customer is always first in our store and we feel that we are exactly what you searching for, that good old hometown grocery store.