Big Y About Us

About Us Because we care, our Big Y family delivers a personal connection that benefits our customers and communities with every product, service and solution we provide. Find Out More About Our History. 2145 Roosevelt Avenue, PO Box 7840 Springfield, MA 01102-7840 | Phone: (413) 784-0600 Directions to Store Support Center From the Mass Pike: From Route 90 take Exit 6/Route 291 West. Follow Route 291 to Exit 5 (Indian Orchard) Bear to the right at the end of the exit. Proceed to the first traffic light and turn left onto Roosevelt Avenue. Main entrance is on the left after the monument, which is across the street from Smith & Wesson From 91 North or South: From Route 91 (North or South) take Exit 8/Rt. 291 to Exit 5B (Route 20A). Proceed to the first traffic light and turn left onto Roosevelt Avenue. Main entrance is on the left after the monument, which is across the street from Smith & Wesson View on Google Map Our Divisions Table & Vine Table & Vine, New England's premier fine wine, spirits, beer and specialty foods merchant is located in the heart of Massachusetts' beautiful Pioneer Valley. At Table & Vine, we believe some of life's most special moments revolve around a glass of wine at dinner, a cocktail with friends, or an ice-cold brew watching your favorite team. At any one time you'll find over 4,000 varieties of wine, 2,700 spirits, 2,500 domestic, imported, micro and craft-brewed beers, 150 artisan cheeses and 1,500 specialty foods. While our selection is the largest on the East Coast, it's our knowledgeable staff that sets us apart. For any toast, taste or budget, our experts will help you find just the right bottle to compliment your special occasions. Discover the same great Table & Vine experience in your local Northampton, Greenfield, Wilbraham, Holden, Franklin and North Quincy, MA Big Y World Class Markets. Whether it's for your table, or from the vine, Table & Vine is New England's taste destination. Fresh Acres Market Our Fresh Acres team has put together a truly unique shopping experience of an old fashioned market with a contemporary flair. It's a place to have fun with food and savor the flavors of our region. Enjoy an open-air farmers market, chef prepared entrees, a natural butcher shop, fresh seafood on ice, an artisan bakery, a New York style deli, stone pie pizza, 400 varieties of fresh cheeses, 250 varieties of imported oils & vinegars, 150 varieties of fresh gourmet coffee, bulk foods, dairy & frozen foods, gift baskets shipped around the world, along with gourmet, natural, organic, and grocery varieties. From organic to specialty foods to the unique and exotic, this is no ordinary market. Experience the Difference. Big Y Express Gas Stations & Convenience Stores Big Y puts to work its years of expertise in snack food and ready to eat choices for these convenience & fuel stores. Check out the Big Y Express locations and take advantage of the unique discount offerings in each.

Baby Y - Tips for Teething

Tips for Teething If your little one has started teething, you may be wondering how to soothe her – particularly after recent action from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urged manufacturers to stop producing over-the-counter teething products containing the ingredient benzocaine due to serious risk to infants and children. In place of these numbing gels and creams, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends these safe and effective methods for soothing baby while teething: Offer plastic, rubber or food-safe silicone teething toys for baby to chew on. Objects that are cool to the touch can provide relief. Try chilled (not frozen) teething rings; a cold, wet washcloth; or if baby has been introduced to solids, serve up chilled foods like applesauce, yogurt, berries or bananas. Using a clean finger, gently massage baby's gums or simply apply light pressure to help soothe discomfort. Baby might also like chewing on your finger for additional pain relief. If baby continues to be distressed, talk to her pediatrician about using acetaminophen (Tylenol) to reduce pain. While gaining popularity, the Academy advises against the use of Amber Teething Necklaces because they are both strangulation and choking hazards. Additionally, there is little evidence to support reported claims of reducing pain and inflammation during teething. Instead, shop for teething necklaces that Mom can wear for baby to chew on to relieve discomfort or opt for the tried-and-true methods above.