5 Stores Serving Greater Edmonton

H&W Produce is Edmonton’s locally owned and operated source for fresh quality fruits and vegetables. Our produce is carefully selected and sourced from local, regional and worldwide locations to provide your family with the best value. Our stores are conveniently located in the greater Edmonton area, locally owned and community driven.

Find an H&W Produce store near you today.

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H&W Produce Specials from June 30-July 6.

Red Seedless Grapes.....................$0.98/lb
Freestone Peaches.........................$0.98/lb
5lb BC Blueberries..........................$11.98 each
Red or Black Plums........................$0.98/lb
Jumbo BC Cherries.........................$2.98/lb

**Spend $30 and receive 2 FREE long english cucumbers**
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H&W Produce Specials from June 23-29.

Local tomatoes on the vine.................$0.88/lb
Yellow nectarines................................$0.98/lb
Broccoli crowns...................................$1.28/lb
Seedless watermelon.........................$3.98 each
Fresh celery........................................$1.28 each

**Spend $30 and receive 6 FREE corn on the cobs**
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H&W Produce Specials from June 16-22.

BC Cherries (limit 5lb per customer).......$2.98/lb
Pineapple Gold.......................................$2.98 each
Jumbo Cantaloupe..................................$2.48 each
Juicy California Peaches.........................$1.28/lb
5lb BC Blueberries..................................$12.98 each

**Spend $30 and receive a FREE large honeydew**
While quantities last.
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Tips to pick the perfect WATERMELON.

1. Find the field spot. There will be a yellow spot on the watermelon from where it was resting on the ground and allowed to ripen on the vine. The darker the yellow spot the longer it sat on the vine and ripened in the sun. No field spot means it was picked too soon and will not be ripe.

2. You want your watermelon to be heavy. The heavier the watermelon the more water and therefore nice and ripe. When you knock on the watermelon it should be a hollow sound.

3. Check your watermelon for uniformity. It should be round or oval with no bumps or dents. A bumpy watermelon will indicate inconsistent water or sun. Not enough sun or water will give you a dry watermelon.

4. You want your watermelon to be dark green and dull. A shiny watermelon will usually not be ripe.

5. Look for the webbing. This is caused when the bees pollinate the flower and scar the membrane that later makes the fruit. The more webbing a watermelon has the sweeter it will be.

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H&W Produce Specials from June 9-15

20lb Russet Potatoes (limit of 2).............$2.98 each
Red/Black Plums...................................$1.28/lb
Yellow Nectarines..................................$1.28/lb
Peruvian Satsuma Mandarins..............$0.88/lb
Bunch Spinach.....................................$1.28 each

**Spend $30 and receive a FREE watermelon**
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Cauliflower is only $2.98 until June 8 and is a great alternative to traditional rice. We love all the different and unique things you can do with cauliflower. ... See MoreSee Less

The possibilities with cauliflower rice are endless!

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H&W Produce Specials from June 2-8.

Jumbo Cauliflower (limit of 2).........$2.98 each
Sweet Apricots...............................$1.28/lb
Juicy California Peaches................$1.28/lb
Seedless Watermelon....................$4.88 each
Red/Yellow/Oranges peppers........$1.48/lb

**Spend $30 and receive a FREE 2lb bag of peeled carrots*
While quantities last.
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