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April Wine Specials, Devona

After ten years with Canoe Ridge Vineyard and 13 with Abeja Winery, John Abbott and his wife Molly leapt into new terrain to create Devona Wine. Located in Walla Walla, Washington, the Abbots are the full-time


A Note From Zupan’s Markets Regarding Coronavirus

Our commitment to your health & safety during the coronavirus.

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Oregon Flowers

Zupan’s is proud to be able to provide the freshest local tulips available from family-owned Oregon Flowers!

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What’s New March

Check out these BRAND NEW items on our grocery shelves this month featuring locally created Hot Winter Hot Sauce, Teatulia Tea Soda, SkinTe Collagen Tea, Cream’wich Ice Cream Sandwiches, and Taos Bakes Granola Bars.

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Wine for the Weekend, March 26-29

Save $8 on this dry, light & refreshing Spanish white that pairs perfectly with weekends at home.

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March Wine Specials, Maison Raymond

Maison Raymond produces the highest quality AOC Bordeaux organic wines.

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Two Rivers Fish Co.

Learn more about our partnership with Two Rivers Fish Co. and our wild, 100% native-caught Columbia River salmon.

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Honey Mangos

Now in season, learn more about the King of mangos.


One Day Seafood Sale

This Saturday,March 7, featuring Dungeness Crab, Lobster Tails, King Crab Legs, Columbia River Salmon & Shrimp.

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Authentic Italian Tuna

Get a taste of tuna like you’ve never tasted before marinated in extra virgin olive oil and paired with truffle, potatoes & rosemary or chili peppers.


NOLA Doughnuts

Experience New Orleans with gourmet La’ssant style doughnuts, fritters & bites.

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Authentic Italian Tomatoes

One of the most popular ingredients in Italian cuisine, tomatoes are not actually native to Italy, or even Europe! Explorers from the New World brought tomatoes back to Italy in the early 16th century, and Italians named an especially acidic yellow variety – pomo d’oro, which means “golden apple”.