At SGS, we offer hand-selected grocery provisions to meet the community’s daily needs and to delight guests of the village.  We give emphasis to fresh, locally produced and artisan goods while striving to offer convenient-to-find items too.  After all, we humans are complex–and so are our food & grocery choices.

Over the years, we’ve seen our motor oil, pet food, tobacco products and sodas rub elbows with the likes of fine cheeses and meats, handcrafted skin care products, amazing small batch chocolates, and ingredients for cooks of all stripes.

We’re always seeking to find new products we can be proud to offer–and we take suggestions!  Feel free to email us at saxgenstore@gmail.com with requests.  When we can’t carry an item, we can very often special order it for you.  And we offer 10% off full cases of items–especially WINE and BEER!


 Grocery Store News

Good Hunt, Good Health, Fresh Harvest

September 7, 2017

“Native Americans believe that plants and all living beings are our allies and helpers if we learn to listen to their medicine.  …Thus good intentions and spirit go into the production of food, material and handiwork on which the tribe depends. This good spirit is passed on from the maker to the end-user when the product is used or consumed resulting in good health and a good hunt, or harvest.”  S …

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Raw Chocolate for the Soul….enough said….

August 16, 2017

Steven Lambeth’s sweet creations are a thoughtful pleasure (chocolate with intention!) first motivated by a lost love, a girlfriend who loved chocolate. He first began eating chocolate to fill the hole left by the Lost One. His obsession took over, and he realized he could craft his own chocolate, and so began this “spiritual journey”- Raw chocolate for the Soul—vegan, no-cane sugar, hand-crafted, …

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Heirlooms, Veggie lore, local Joys, and Telling Stories

July 26, 2017

It’s not easy to let go of our often-frustrated attachment to perfection, but heirloom produce can help. Heirloom produce, like comedy, is not pretty. Someone wrote that heirlooms have made “ugly” a good thing—many of us eagerly collect offerings of lumpy, scarred, multi-colored tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and more for higher prices because we love their taste and we delight in their differences. …

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