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The Fresh Market hosts a “Taste of the Holidays” sampling event

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Customers are invited to celebrate the flavors of the season at the Taste of the Holidays special sampling event this weekend at all of The Fresh Market's 127 stores nationwide.

Customers can stop by The Fresh Market stores Friday Nov. 2 from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturday Nov. 3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to taste fully prepared holiday meal offerings from sampling stations that will include turkey, bacon, holiday pies and desserts. They will also offer standing rib roast, smoked salmon, cheesecakes, shrimp and cocktail sauce, to name just a few of the selections.

In addition to food samples, customers can start planning their holiday meals with The Fresh Market Thanksgiving Catalog, Party Platter Brochures and Holiday Order Forms.

"Taste of the Holidays" is the perfect time for customers to consider the convenience of allowing The Fresh Market to do their holiday cooking for them, with the choice of two complete holiday meal options or an à la carte menu to combine with their own traditional dishes. During the tasting event, customers can sample the options and place orders for holiday meals. Then they can sit back and enjoy the holidays with family and friends and let The Fresh Market handle the food.

Customers can pick up holiday meal order forms at all of The Fresh Market stores nationwide or order online on the company's website at www.thefreshmarket.com/holiday. Customers can order an entire meal or choose items à la carte. Holiday meals are available for order now and should be ordered in advance to ensure availability.

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