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A Festival of Fall Colors

Festival's Fall Favorites

It's Harvest Month at Festival Foods, which means we're abuzz with activity — from fun family events to fall favorite comfort foods. Whether you mark your calendar for Apple Fest, taste test a new hard cider, save the date for the Stuffed Sale (the third week in October) or focus your energy on a fang-tastic Halloween — turn to us! Take advantage of the crisp weather and beautiful foliage while you enjoy a few of these fall favorites.

Celebrate Our 70th Anniversary!
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October marks Festival Foods 70th Anniversary and like a fine wine or good cheese ... it's aged to perfection! With only $500 of borrowed money and a lot of enthusiasm, Paul and Jane Skogen opened a 3,000 square foot store that was attached to their house in Onalaska, Wisconsin in 1946. Today, our family- and employee-owned company operates 24 full-service grocery stores and employs more than 7,000 full and part-time associates — right here at home in Wisconsin.

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Check out all the ways — from cake to contests — you can celebrate with Festival Foods. And share your Festival photos from over the years!

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... It's Crocktoberfest

Munich's famous beer festival is certainly something to celebrate — but why keep this month's celebrations limited only to beer? Amp up your Oktoberfest spirit by introducing Crocktoberfest, a crock-pot celebration of creative culinary concoctions. Share your crock-pot favorites (or fails) with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

You've Stolen a Pizza My Heart

Ooey, gooey cheeses smothering savory sauce, topped with sizzling pepperoni, spicy sausage and more ... pizza lovers unite, it's National Pizza Month! Grab all your favorite ingredients (on sale Oct. 16–18) and build your own pizza pie. Or swing by the Deli to grab a take-and-bake 'za ready to go. Whatever you do, stock up for Halloween — pizza is the perfect quick meal for before (or after) Trick-Or-Treating.

Shake Up Your Game Time Traditions

Need to shake up the old burgers and brats? Take tailgating to a whole new level with 'The Beast' - a Towering T-bone cut approximately 7 to 8 inches thick. It's only for the serious carnivores out there! Do you dare try to tame the beast?

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