If you shopped with us during our January sale, you received a cash register receipt with a bar code that entitles you to a 30% credit at checkout (some items are excluded). The time has come to use it: February 27 is the last day we will be honoring the codes. Fill your cart, present the code and save!
New specials for card members, through March 3
Scarpetta pasta sauces — freshly made with all-natural ingredients by a Massachusetts company — are $7.95 (regularly $9.99) with your card.
Mantova Organic Pastas are $3.50 (regularly $4.99) with your card.
Store-packed nuts, snacks and olives are all 20% off with your card, and we just received a fresh shipment!
Dr. Praeger’s veggie burgers, in four varieties, are $6.95 a package (regularly $8.49) with your card.
We’ve also extended our 20% Moglo-logo apparel sale for another two weeks. Show your Island pride with a Morning Glory tee, hoodie or hat! And don’t forget that your Moglo card is good for 10% off all produce and $1 cups of our featured coffee, every day — all year round.
This is a tough time of year for a lot of people on Martha’s Vineyard. The Island Food Pantry reports serving about 600 people a week.
Please help us make a difference by contributing to the purple Island Food Pantry donation box on our porch. The Food pantry has posted a list of needed items including toothpaste, toothbrushes, baby food, pet food and other shelf-stable pantry items. The full list is posted at igimv.org, where you can also make monetary donations.
We don’t think anyone should be hungry, and on Martha’s Vineyard we have the chance to make a difference in our own community. Thank you for joining us to support the Island’s food equity movement.
On the crunchy side of things, we have four flavors of Crunchmaster crackers for $3.95 (reg. $5.95) and Annie Chun’s Organic Seaweed Snacks in Wasabi or Sesame for $1.95 (reg. $3.25).
In honor of National Pizza Day (Feb. 9), we have several kinds of Cappello’s pizzas and crusts — including gluten-free and keto options — for 30% off in the freezer.
For something sweet, you can take $3 off Tate’s Vegan Cookies — Chocolate Chip and Vanilla Maple are both on sale for $6.95 a package (reg. $9.95) — and pick up some gluten-free Bobo’s Oat Bars, in four flavors, for $3.50 a bar (reg. $4.95).
Don’t forget that your Moglo card also entitles you to 10% off all produce, every day, and earns you points with each purchase. Other benefits include our coffee of the month for $1 a cup or $9.95 a bag, and biweekly sales like the ones listed above.
Feb. 1-Feb. 6 and Feb. 11-Feb. 13: Cheddar & Herb Feb. 8-Feb. 13: Spinach & Goat Cheese Feb. 15-Feb. 20: Cheddar & Herb Feb. 22-Feb. 27: Spinach & Goat Cheese
Pie of the Month
Valentine Treats (Feb. 11-Feb. 13)
Linzer Heart Cookies (six-packs) Homemade Oreos (six-packs) Raspberry Buns (singles) Heart-shaped Biscuits and Scones (singles) Lemon Cupcakes (singles and four-packs) Sweet Beet Pie Cranberry Tart (gluten-free)
Super Bowl Snacks (Feb. 12-Feb. 13)
Pretzels and Beer Cheese (pie box platter) Spinach Dip in Country Sourdough or Pumpernickel Boule Tomato & Mozzarella Rugelach (six-packs) Cheddar & Japapeño Rugelach (six-packs) Blue Cheese & Walnut Rugelach (six-packs) Savory Rugelach Platter (all three varieties, in a pie box)
Make this Valentine’s Day extra-special with a gift basket from Morning Glory Farm. We make these to order, so please be sure to call us, or email email@example.com, by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11 to reserve yours.
Pick-up is Feb. 12 or Feb. 13; we are closed Feb. 14. We’re also happy to make other gift baskets any time, as long as you give us at least 24 hours advance notice. Calling the farmstand is best: 508-627-9003.
On Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14 and Jan. 15, we’re holding our biggest sale ever as we begin our very first year of 12-month operations at the farmstand.
Most* of the store will be discounted at 25% off and our squash will be 50% off, making this the perfect time to pick up some long-keeping butternut, koginut and Long Island Cheese (great for pumpkin pies). We will also have cut squash for your convenience.
The entire cheese department will be 25% off and we’ll have cut Reggiano Parmesan at our registers. Other products on sale at 25% off include our repacked nuts, seeds and dried fruit, and groceries including Gifford’s Ice Cream.
From the bakery, all pies and sweet breads — zucchini, banana and cranberry — will be 25% off. We’ll also have six-packs of frozen housemade cookies to bake off at your home for $9.95, and frozen pie doughs for $6.95 a two-pack, with baking instructions.
Our kitchen will feature select to-go meals at 25% off. Frozen chicken stock and Martha’s Vineyard Mycological shiitake stock, regularly $8.95, will be $6.95. Check the freezer case for other specials including marinara sauce and mac and cheese sauce.
“Old Moglo logo” apparel will be 75% off the original price.
Shop with us Friday and Saturday and save your receipt — it will include a scannable coupon you can use in February for 30% off a one-time purchase. Shop twice on Jan. 14 and 15 and you’ll receive two coupons.
A portion of the proceeds from this two-day sale will be donated to the Martha’s Vineyard Diversity Coalition, which is planning a Truth & Joy Festival at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs on June 23 and 24.
While loyalty card members don’t get an extra discount off these already-low prices, all purchases with the card will earn points. We’ll also have new loyalty card specials starting Sunday, through Jan. 27.
We hope to see you this Friday and Saturday for the big sale! The farmstand is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.
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Hundreds of Islanders are depending on the Food Pantry this time of year. Much-needed staples include toothpaste, toothbrushes, baby food, pet food and shelf-stable pantry goods. We have a box for donations at the farmstand, and the pantry accepts monetary donations at igimv.org.