Fricks Market Updates Online Grocery Shopping in Union and Sullivan, MO Communities

(August 16, 2017) – Fricks Market prides itself on quality products and service and has added online shopping with Fricks Anywhere Powered by Rosie in September of 2016. Their customers in Union and Sullivan, Missouri can now have all of their groceries picked by an expert Fricks personal shopper and have their groceries ready for convenient in-store pickup or home delivery.


After introducing online shopping nearly a year ago, Fricks Market has been updating and adapting online ordering to best serve the customer and their needs.  One of the recent changes is expanding pickup hours to 11am to 7pm in addition to the 3pm to 7pm delivery hours.  Another change made was lowering the minimum order to $35 to accommodate those with smaller households who still want to use the service.  The lead times on orders was also decreased to 3 hours so an order can be placed at lunch and ready to pick up or have delivered after work.


“We are excited to offer this great service to our customers,” said Jennifer Newbanks, Co-Owner of Fricks Market. “The biggest benefit of Fricks Anywhere is saving time for our customers.  Hours can be freed up so our customers can spend quality time with their family.”


Fricks Anywhere Powered by Rosie allows customers to grocery shop from their desktop or mobile device while at home with their family and friends or while on the go. Once a customer has completed their grocery order, they can select in-store pickup for just $4.99 or home delivery, within delivery zip codes, starting at $7.99.


Customers in both communities are excited about the program. Kathy, a weekly online shopper in Union, Missouri shared her experience with Fricks Anywhere, “The orders have been ready on time and delivered on time. The orders are precise and I recommend Fricks Anywhere to everyone. This service has been a lifesaver.”


Rosie, the leading eCommerce provider for independent grocers, works with retailers to strengthen customer loyalty for existing and new customers. “Rosie is excited to partner with Fricks Market to bring online grocery shopping to the Union and Sullivan, Missouri communities,” said Nick Nickitas, Rosie CEO. “Rosie provides a dedicated customer support team to quickly resolve customer concerns and all personal shoppers are trained to select the highest quality products. The emphasis Fricks Market and Rosie put on customer satisfaction will make this a successful partnership.”



The industry leading online grocery shopping platform for mobile and web, Rosie launched in 2012 and today enables customers to shop online from their favorite local stores for same-day delivery or in-store pickup. Rosie partners with leading independent retailers and their wholesalers to provide eCommerce, delivery opportunities, omni-channel marketing and deep data services. Rosie serves as the preferred eCommerce partner by a variety of wholesale cooperatives, such as Associated Wholesale Grocers (AWG), Associated Food Stores (AFS), CERTCO, Olean Wholesale Grocers, and Associated Grocers of New England, and powers the online shopping platforms of major local retailers like Niemann Foods Inc., Broulim’s, Macey’s, Clark’s Market, and Buehler’s Fresh Foods. IBM selected Rosie as the Top Startup in North America in its 2014 IBM Smartcamp Competition. Visit for company information and to sign up for a free account. For Rosie news and downloadable media assets, visit To see firsthand what retailers and their customers think about Rosie, check out this video:  Like us at Follow us on



Fricks Market has been around in the Sullivan and Union, Missouri communities for over 50 years and you’ll still find the same warm atmosphere, quality products, and friendly service that your grandparents experienced years ago.  In changing with the customers it serves, Fricks has continued to grow for evolving shopping habits. The stores offer fresh meat cut in store daily by trained butchers, fresh produce from both exotic lands and local farms, specialty items such as gluten free or Missouri local products, and hand breaded fresh fried chicken in the deli.  Being dedicated to the communities it serves, Fricks Market is involved with multiple charitable organizations, providing donations and discounts with the organization’s goals in mind.  They also work with area schools to aid them in earning classroom supplies and athletic equipment through multiple programs.  For more information on Fricks Market, visit Follow Fricks Market on Facebook and Twitter to see all the latest events and changes.

Fricks Anywhere

Everyone’s lives are busy.  Fricks understands that.  Whether your family has baseball tonight or ballet tomorrow or a science project due next Thursday, we get it.  The last thing you want to do is take time out of your busy day to go to the grocery store.  But make no mistake, we know that doesn’t mean you want to go through a drive thru after the game Friday or sacrifice your family’s health.  Just because you are short on time doesn’t mean your family should be short on quality foods.

That’s why Fricks Market is so excited to offer Fricks Anywhere! Fricks Anywhere is the newest way to order your groceries online when its convenient for you then choose to either pick them up on your way home or have them delivered.  With specially designated parking spots at both stores, all you have to do is call when you show up at your designated pickup time and our personal shoppers will bring your bags to your car and load them for you.  If little ones running around your house or a mobility issue keep you from visiting our store, just select the delivery option available and your groceries can come to you.

With such a busy schedule, ordering at your pace and adding items to your cart as you have time makes shopping that much easier!

The average shopper spends 45 minutes in the store shopping for the family’s groceries.  If you visit the store once a week, that adds up to 42 hours a year you could save by doing your shopping online with Fricks Anywhere–That’s like getting a week’s vacation from work!! rosie info for print

From everyone at Fricks Anywhere, welcome to online shopping!

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Where’s the Beef?

We’ve all been there…standing in front of the meat department’s beef case looking at row after row of steaks and roasts and kabobs and filets and points, not knowing where to even begin to choose the best package.  Maybe you have a special someone coming over for dinner that you want to impress.  Maybe you have a house full of people coming that you need to feed.  Maybe you have the world’s pickiest 3-year old who hates everything!  And you want so bad to ask ‘what do I get?’ but you don’t want to have to admit ‘I don’t know what to get!’  Fear not, oh brave shopper!  Every problem has a solution and every occasion has the perfect food.


If you have someone you want to impress, your steak skills are a great way to do it!  Guys love a large T-bone or porterhouse but a smaller filet mignon or NY strip can be just as delicious, and a little nicer to your wallet.  Want to know a little secret? Not only are they nicer to your wallet but they are the same thing!  That’s right, I said it- they are the same thing.  A T-bone is a large steak divided by a bone in the center shaped like the letter T.  On the smaller side of the T, if you were to cut this part off, it would be the filet.  The other side? Cut that off and that is what is traditionally referred to as a New York strip steak.  A Porterhouse? Well that’s just a larger version of a T-bone.  Check out The Beef Checkoff’s informational book on cooking times and temps on all these steaks and more.


Are you cooking for a crowd?  Burgers on the grill are a great idea.  There are 3 types of ground beef you can get.  Standard ground beef is a 73/27 mix which means it is 73% lean meat and 27% fat.  This ratio lends this to being the least expensive of the ground beef and the fat adds flavor. A ground chuck has an 80/20 mix, with 80% lean beef and 20% fat.  This will make this choice a little more expensive and a little leaner.  Typically, this is the ideal ground beef for a burger because you want a certain amount of fat to help flavor your burger.  If you are looking for a leaner mix of ground beef for health reasons, ground round, with an 85/15 mix or ground sirloin, with a 90/10 mix is the way to go.  Check out this video of Thomas Joseph of Kitchen Conundrum to get even more tips on how to make your burgers perfect for your guests.


In the winter months here in Missouri it gets a little too cold for most of us to want to stand outside and man the grill so a roast may be a better option for serving a crowd.  A chuck roast is easy to prepare in the slow cooker with some quartered red potatoes, chopped onions, diced celery, diced carrots, and salt & pepper.  You won’t need a bunch of seasonings added because that’s what the other veggies will do- and they are great served on the side too!  Just figure on using 1/3 of a pound per serving.  If you would rather cook your roast in the oven, go with a rump roast or a sirloin tip roast.  A rump roast should be cooked at 325⁰ for 1-1/2 hours, checking with a meat thermometer that it is to your desired doneness.  If you prefer your roast medium rare, remove your roast when it is at 130⁰ (the desired temp for medium rare is 135⁰ but the temperature will increase 5-15⁰ while it rests on the counter before being cut and served).  For medium look for 140⁰.  The sirloin tip roast will cook for 2 to 2-1/4 hours at 325⁰ for a 4-6 pound roast.  If you choose a roast that is a leaner cut of beef, it will need to be cooked quicker at a higher temperature because low and slow will make these cuts tough.


The picky eater? Probably the biggest challenge of them all!  Any parent will tell you, they may be able to handle the toughest of people at work, but the 2-foot person at home is the toughest negotiator they face all day.  Everything is disgusting!  But a taco night with ground beef when they can make their own tacos is a great way to encourage independence and trying new things.  Spaghetti and meatballs is also a great meal- and you have to sing the required ‘On Top of Spaghetti’ song!  For older kids, kabobs on the grill can incorporate veggies as well.


Although there are many options at the meat department’s beef case, there is no reason to be overwhelmed…just remember that all the choices are so you can always pick what is best for any occasion.  And the meat department is a great resource for cooking tips and tricks as well so be sure to ask them any questions you may have!

“If You Can’t Stand the Heat…”

Everyone has heard the old saying “if you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.” It usually refers to staying out of something if you can’t handle it, but this time of year it could very well mean your actual kitchen. As in, ‘it’s so hot in there, I have to stay out!’ This is especially true come dinner time when the stove and oven are on to make your family’s meal. And we all know it would be great to be able to stay out of there when it is already 100⁰ outside. But that’s where the food is! We don’t want to be away from the food! Oh yeah, and I guess we should probably feed the kids something too. Well, Fricks has a solution! How about one of these great recipes that don’t require the oven – or better yet, one of the recipes that don’t require cooking at all! Yes, you could get dinner from the deli from Fricks, but if you want to make your family dinner tonight, these are your coolest bets:

Gazpacho – No Cooking

This ‘cold soup’ is a fresh, crisp dinner for summers when everyone is on the go! It is traditionally made with vegetables, oil and balsamic vinegar that is put in a blender then chilled in the refrigerator for at least one hour.

Antipasto Salad – No Cooking

A delicious take on a traditional antipasto. This salad is topped with salami, prosciutto, artichoke hearts, olives, and hot or sweet peppers and topped with an Italian dressing. It’s also great with some mozzarella cheese, too!

Pizza on the Grill – No Oven

Why not make homemade pizzas that each person can add the toppings they like. Cooking on the grill can save the house the heat of the oven and store bought crusts can save time and make an ordinary meal special!

Pork Carnitas – No Oven

Carnitas are literally ‘little meats’ and are traditionally made by braising or simmering the pork in oil or lard for several hours, making the meat very tender and juicy. This recipe saves you time by using your Crockpot to slow cook the pork that is perfect for tacos or burritos.

Spicy Southwest Wrap-No Oven

This recipe is for a fast, healthy dinner with lots of veggies and protein. If you wanted to make it a ‘no cooking’ recipe, just switch out the raw chicken for Fricks smoked or rotisserie chicken that’s precooked.