New Fresh Thyme Market Now Open in Dublin + Giveaway!

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Now Open! Fresh Thyme in Dublin

NW Columbus peeps may know that a new grocery recently opened in the area.  Fresh Thyme Farmers Market opened on Sawmill Rd in mid August (you can follow Fresh Thyme Dublin on Facebook). Their ad flyers have been coming for about a month now and I have seen some really great produce prices.  So I was very excited when Fresh Thyme offered to “sponsor” my first visit.

We’ve combined the spirit of a weekend farmers market, and the convenience of a neighborhood store, with the nutritious offerings of a natural food marketplace to create a NEW and healthy shopping experience in the Midwest, which will nourish your body while your pocket book prospers.

Produce at Fresh Thyme

Since the produce was what enticed me most in their ads- that’s where I headed first.  And I was not disappointed!  Fresh, beautiful, often local and low priced produce filled the shelves and bins at Fresh Thyme.  If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I definitely stocked up on those $0.77 strawberries (my kids’ tummy’s and my freezer are full). And $0.49 peppers (all colors) was great too.  I noticed that this week there are some more great produce prices.  So I am hoping these aren’t just Grand Opening prices.

Bulk Bins at Fresh Thyme

Another part of the store that I thought was really fun were the bulk aisles.  Whether you are looking for a sweet treat, a healthy snack or baking staples, they had bins full of awesome products. My dad is a big salty water taffy fan, seeing bins full of salt water taffy flavors made me smile (and I know where his next gift is coming from).

Rebate App Savings at Fresh Thyme Market

If you are a fan of Grocery Rebate Apps (and you should be! 😉 ) You will notice that many of these apps are including all natural and gluten free products.  And this means more savings at groceries like Fresh Thyme.  You may be wondering, “do they take coupons at Fresh Thyme?” Yes!-Fresh Thyme does take coupons! Check out a couple deals I found (please note, these prices may vary by current ad)

Dr. Praeger’s Fishes- $1.98
$1.00/1 Dr. Praeger’s Fish Item
$1.00/1 Dr. Praeger’s Kids Products; May Vary By Account – Shopmium (exp 09/14/14)
Final price= FREE after stacked coupon and rebate

Noosa Aussie Style Yoghurt- $2.19
$1.00/1 Noosa Yoghurt, 8 oz; May Vary By Account – Shopmium (exp 09/21/14)
$0.55/1 Noosa Yoghurt; DND – Facebook Coupon
Final price= $0.64 after stacked coupon and rebate

 Fresh Thyme Double Ad Wednesday

Just another couple of things to note.  Be sure to sign up for their Newsletter for savings and promotional offers.  And Wednesday’s are Double Ad day.  That means the ad sales overlap for one day!  You will get twice as many deals (and will also see twice as many people in the store!) And for my Cincy peeps.  Your Fresh Thyme Cincinnati store is opening tomorrow, 8/27 on Alamo Ave at Calvert St!

Win Fresh Thyme Gift Card (2 winners, ends 9/5/14)

Now it’s your turn to try Fresh Thyme!  2 Lucky Mission to Save fans will each win a $25 Fresh Thyme Farmers Market Gift Card.  Enter on the form below and Good Luck!

I was given a Fresh Thyme gift card to facilitate this post.  All opinions are my own.

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  1. Bon says

    I like the selection of natural health, beauty and produce. They also have a couscous couscous bean salad I would like to try.

  2. Melissa Dunn says

    I haven’t checked out the store yet, but thanks to your blog post I can’t wait to go check it out. Love the prices you listed!

  3. Julie Mason says

    I went to Fresh Thyme for the first time last week. Totally impressed with it and the staff. Can’t wait for the one in Worthington to be built.

  4. Lisa Williams says

    I’m excited to look at the fresh produce,I wondered if they have the “hard for me to find”concord grapes,I love to eat them but I can never get them at a regular grocery store.

  5. Jessica says

    If it weren’t all the way across the city I’d be there every week for the produce! Traffic on Sawmill and 161 between 315 and there is a huge pain.

  6. Lesley M says

    All kinds of fruit…strawberries and blueberries especially! And I would definitely make friends with the bulk bins!!

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