United Supermarkets is a Texas-based, family-owned company with stores in 26 markets throughout North and West Texas. We operate 47 stores under three distinct formats: United Supermarkets, Market Street and Amigos United.
Market Street is a world-class food concept store, a unique market that combines the everyday groceries and great prices guests need, with all the specialty items, whole health and gourmet products they want.
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Skilled butchers, artisan bakers, top sommeliers and other experts are eager to serve you and share their knowledge with you.
You'll find meals to please any palate at Market Street's specialty eateries. If you're running in for lunch, picking up dinner or catering for a crowd, Market Street offers a mouthwatering selection of gourmet prepared food.
Market Street also is your one stop for "living well" - whether you're living well to prevent an illness, living well with a diagnosed illness, or living life to the fullest with indulgences like fine wine, chocolate, gourmet sauces, the finest meats and good coffee all served in fine Vietri pieces.
Find everything you need at Market Street-your solutions center for "Living well. Heart and soul."SM
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"Living well ..."
Although the term is certainly open to individual interpretation, we want to help you find all the products, services and solutions designed to help you simplify your life and live well - whether you're shopping our stores or surfing the Web!
Maybe you're developing a healthier lifestyle ...managing an illness or disease... investigating new options like supplements, gourmet and specialty foods ...or simply indulging in the finer things of life such as fresh salmon, gourmet sauces and the best chocolates.
Whatever you're searching for, start "Living Well" at United and Market Street!
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The Tag Labeling Program
Select locations of Market Street and United Supermarkets are making it easy for you to live a healthier lifestyle.
As you shop our stores, you'll frequently see 3 tags on our shelves, indicating products which comply with one of these new programs: Heart Healthy/Diabetes Management, Gluten-Free and Organic.
Here's a brief explanation of each label - we also have an individual brochure for each program at participating stores, so be sure and pick one up if you would like to learn more.
If you are pursuing a heart-healthy lifestyle, the first thing to do is arm yourself with knowledge, then put that knowledge to work each time you dine by paying greater attention to the foods you eat.
The American Heart Association has developed guidelines for heart-healthy eating. Newest dietary guidelines from national organizations endorse consumption of at least three servings of whole grain products per day. Making dietary changes that focus on whole grains assists in heart health and diabetes risk reduction and management.
The combination of heart-healthy and fiber intake recommendations encourages persons with diabetes to choose carbohydrates wisely based on individual requirements and medical advice provided by physicians/diabetes educators.
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Gluten is a staple in many wholesome foods. But for millions of Americans with celiac disease, it can cause serious health problems. Celiac disease is a genetically-based disorder in which the small intestine is damaged by a substance called gluten. This results in inability of the intestine to absorb nutrients. The disease is managed with lifelong avoidance of gluten-containing products.
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has established a set of national standards that food labeled "organic" must meet, whether it is grown in the United States or imported from other countries. Today, when you buy food labeled "organic," you can be sure it was produced using the highest organic production and handling standards in the world. Along with the national organic standards, the USDA has developed strict labeling rules to help consumers know the exact organic content of the food they buy. The USDA Organic seal tells you that a product is at least 95 percent organic.
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