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Looking for a healthy lunch option or summer party salad? This Strawberry Spinach Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing is the recipe for you!Read More
Artichokes are a favorite springtime snack so stuffed artichokes sound perfect. You'll love this classic Italian dish stuffed with seasoned breadcrumbs and cheese.Read More
These pancakes are berry good! Elevate your breakfast with this tasty recipe.Read More
Grilled asparagus and corn are two of our favorite summer vegetables. This salad side dish brings them together and made even better with fresh blueberries.Read More
Come work with Clark's
At Clark’s Market we believe that our employees are the most important keys to our success and that is why we offer the best compensation, competitive benefits packages and a fun energetic work environment. We hope you’ll apply to become part of our team of excellent employees, helping to make Clark’s Market the best market in all our locations!View Current Openings
Clark’s Market currently has in-store pharmacies at three of our locations – Battlement Mesa, Crested Butte and Sedona. These full service Pharmacies are here to serve our communities with excellent customer service, knowledgeable and helpful Pharmacy staff and we are able to take most types of insurance for your convenience. Call the Pharmacy in your location to see how easy and cost efficient it is to switch your prescriptions over to us today! Free RX Delivery to our Snowmass Clark’s Market.
It's good to be independent
Each store has its own personality, based on the community where it resides. In resort communities, Clark's is known as a conventional grocery store that emphasizes natural, organic and gourmet products. In the more rural country stores, Clark's is a conventional store that gives people the product mix that they need, and products that help them stretch their dollars as far as they can. It's important for us to listen to people, keep our ear to the ground and make sure we're giving people the products they want, Clark says.