McMurray, PA, October 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Sunny Bridge Natural Foods & Café, located in Peters Town Center in McMurray, PA, is celebrating their first “It’s a Feastival” with a one-day in-store harvest celebration. Customers shopping this day will receive 20% off their total purchase. Additionally, a full day’s schedule of demonstrations, kids’ activities, live musical entertainment, raffles and product giveaways are planned. Angel Ridge Animal Rescue will be there too, introducing a few of the animals they currently care for. All events are free of charge.
A preview of delicious Thanksgiving foods and sweets will be featured from their Café and Bakery. Turkey, gravy, mashed potato and cauliflower bars, and all things pumpkin will be offered... gluten-free, Vegan and Keto.
“This is the time of year when families and friends come together to eat, drink, laugh and give thanks for life’s many blessings,” says owner Gina Snyder. “And we want to share our overwhelming gratitude with our customers and vendors.”
17 Years of Providing All-Natural Food, Home, & Body Care Products to the South Hills of Pittsburgh.
Since 2002, Sunny Bridge Natural Foods & Café has been a go-to community establishment for local, natural and organic foods as well as dietary supplements. In addition to their bulk food, produce and grocery departments, they carry a large selection of healthy, environmentally-friendly beauty and personal care products and household cleaning supplies. Many vendors are local businesses and farms with Sunny Bridge Natural Foods acting as a central point of distribution to access local food and support local businesses.
Their Cafe includes a selection of pre-packaged ready to eat foods, made-to-order sandwiches, smoothies, soups, salads and a kids’ menu. Besides being gluten and peanut-free, there are several options for customers with special dietary needs, such as dairy free, vegan and Keto. Organic ingredients are used when cooking with items from the “Dirty Dozen,” which are 12 fruits and vegetables that have been identified by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) as most likely to be contaminated by pesticide residue. These include apples, peaches, celery, potatoes, cherry tomatoes, snap peas, cucumbers, spinach, grapes, strawberries, nectarines and sweet bell peppers.