Schnucks Celebrates Summer With Items that are 'So St Louis' Grocer names “Top 16 Summer Food Items in the Lou”
ST. LOUIS - How do you tell someone you’re from St. Louis without telling them you’re from St. Louis?
Simply show them what is in your grocery cart. In true BuzzFeed fashion, the culinary experts at Schnucks have compiled the “Top 16 Summer Food Items in the Lou.”
16. Eckert’s Peaches - It’s Eckert’s orchard freshness with in-store convenience. (Coming to Schnucks produce departments soon!)
15. Schnucks Soda - St. Louis summer heat and humidity brings out the thirst for a Dr. Lou in all of us.
14. Budweiser Beer - Budweiser will donate $1 to Folds of Honor for each case of the new patriotic cans sold. Must be 21+ to purchase.
13. Loaded Burgers - Try our seven varieties of loaded burgers that are ready for the grill.
12. Spicy Glazed Wings - Be sure to ask for extra napkins.
11. Schnucks Cookies - Try our cookie trays or a personalized 12” inch cookie cake.
10. Schnucks Sparkling Water - These canned sparkling waters offer a refreshing touch of sweetness with no artificial flavors or colors.
9. Gooey Butter Cake - Did you know that National Gooey Butter Cake Day was created by Schnucks.
8. Schnucks Gooey Butter Ice Cream - You read this right, we added the famous dessert to our ice cream. You’re welcome.
7. Golden Fried/Rotisserie Chicken - Pick up one of these delicious options and have dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.
6. Store-Made Tortilla Chips - Schnucks’ best kept secret - made in-store daily.
5. St. Louis Style Braggin’ Rights BBQ Sauce - This and several other local BBQ sauces available in the condiments aisle at Schnucks.
4. Gioia’s Pizza - St. Louis-style thin crust pizza available in the frozen aisle.
3. Schnucks Beer Brats - Our traditional bratwurst is made fresh in store daily with beer.
2. Potato Salad - The first Schnucks store in 1939 featured founder Anna Donovan Schnuck’s potato salad. And the number one St. Louis summer food item...
1. Pork Steaks - A St. Louis staple and a Schnucks first.