New Leaf Market of Tallahassee to Host an Evening of Fine Wines and Gourmet Food, Saturday, February 11, 2012 Proceeds Benefit Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation

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A fun and lively evening will feature four wine tasting booths, each presenting excellent examples of wine varieties from around the world. Wine experts will be on hand to answer questions. To complement the wine, New Leaf Market’s award-winning deli will be serving savory and sweet gourmet appetizers.

New Leaf Market, Serving Tallahassee since 1974

New Leaf Market, located at 1235 Apalachee Parkway in Tallahassee, welcomes the public to attend a wine and gourmet food event scheduled for this Saturday, February 11th from 7-9 pm. All proceeds will benefit Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation.

Tickets are $20 per person and include a complimentary New Leaf Market wine glass, a coupon for $5 off your purchase made the evening of February 11, and a $5 donation to the Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation. Tickets will be available at the door or at

Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation (TPCF) is dedicated to the development of cooperatives: food co-ops, credit unions, cable television cooperatives, health cooperatives and housing cooperatives. Since 1964 TPCF has administered over $2.5 million dollars in grant programs to help cooperative development.

New Leaf Market, founded in 1974, is located at 1235 Apalachee Parkway in Tallahassee, Florida. They offer wholesome locally grown and produced organic foods including produce, grocery, frozen, refrigerated and health and body care products. The beer and wine department now includes 16 feet of chilled microbrews and over 300 types of organic wines. The deli menu has been expanded and includes Panini sandwiches, rotisserie chickens, smoothies, expresso and breakfast, lunch and dinner items. A fresh meat and seafood department offers all-natural meat and fresh from Florida seafood. New Leaf Market educates the community about the products they sell. They consider it their contribution to a healthier future generation.


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