Save 25 percent on fresh produce this fall

In September and October, you will save 25 percent (up to $5 per week) on fresh produce at Cub or Lunds & Byerlys when you show your Healthy Savings card at the checkout.

This fresh produce program is a partnership between the City and Medica.

Cards will be mailed

If you haven’t used your Healthy Savings card or logged in to the Healthy Savings website within the last 120 days, you will automatically receive a new card in the mail the first week of September.

If you have used your Healthy Savings card or logged in to the Healthy Savings website within the last 120 days and need a replacement card, call customer service at 855-633-4220 for a new one. Call as soon as possible since it can take up to six weeks to receive the card.

Until your new card arrives, you can:

About Healthy Savings

The free Healthy Savings program gives you discounts on healthy food at participating grocery stores. You can save more than $50 a month on your grocery bill with your Healthy Savings card.

Each week, you'll receive an email listing the discounts automatically loaded onto your Healthy Savings card. Scan your card at the checkout for instant savings on that week’s discounts.


Learn more about the Healthy Savings program at If you have questions about the program, call Medica’s Healthy Savings customer service at 855-633-4220.

Published Jul 14, 2015



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