What's Tasty at Sigona's Farmers Market

September 21, 2011

Marianne’s Churns Exclusively for Sigona’s

Marianne’s Churns Exclusively for Sigona’s

Sigona’s combines fresh, sweet and locally grown cantaloupe from Turlock, CA with Marianne’s Ice Cream from Santa Cruz.

Marianne's, in Santa Cruz, is a must do when spending a day in Santa Cruz, but if you can't make it down there, get the ice cream for free at Sigona's!

Sigona’s has partnered with Marianne’s Ice Cream for more than 10 years, and we’re excited to announce the return of Marianne’s fresh cantaloupe ice cream with locally grown cantaloupe from Turlock, Calif. It’s churned exclusively for Sigona’s! Plus…you can get it for free with your coupon Sept. 27-Oct 4, 2011.

John Nava, our specialty foods buyer, works with Sam Lieberman, owner of Marianne’s, to develop new flavor combinations for our stores, and the fresh cantaloupe has been a hit year after year.

“We work with some of the best, most talented local vendors and Marianne’s is one of my favorites because it reminds me of the way ice cream used to taste when I was a kid,” said Nava.

The melons grown in Turlock are packed with flavor – it’s been a fantastic season for the local melons. Cantaloupe from Turlock have a naturally higher sugar content, making them sweeter and juicer than others. These premium melons are picked at their peak and quickly delivered to our store from the Turlock Fruit Company, and we took a batch to Sam to use for our exclusive cantaloupe ice cream.

That’s why this cantaloupe ice cream is so delicious and unique.

Please enjoy this coupon for free Marianne’s fresh cantaloupe ice cream when you make a purchase of $30 this week (Sept. 27 – Oct. 4, 2011). You’ll only find this ice cream at Sigona’s!


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