In Response to Re: Finding a GREAT bargain in the grocery store.:
Ifrequently mention gettingmark downsof50% inourinstore bakery. Almond biscotti ( reg. up to $5.59# are often $1.99# Last week, hubby, got raspberry Danish ring for only $2...Ourstoreisvery careful to sell only still good baked goods; but they won't last long.You must either use them up fast or pkg. in airtight containers & freeze for up to a month.Thaw them outcovered at room temp or microwave just enough to thaw & make slightly warm; ( 10 -60 seconds per serving/We call them" fresh& hot from the oven " We also buy marked downn produce ; though I am aware that they contain less vitamins & minerals than fresh produce.They still have lots of fiber & go a long way to filing us up on less calories. Our store also sells cans & boxes( dented & torn) at reduced prices. I avoid these for fear of contamination, botulism in cans & who knows what in unsealed boxes . If you trust your store & need to cut back on your food costs; this might be a good way to cut costs.Just realize the possible risks & that your purchase will not last as long as" fresh" merchandise . In Response to Finding a GREAT bargain in the grocery store. :
Posted by Ann N
The greatest bargains I find are not only watching for the sale items, but also matching them up with coupons and also using the stores coupons linked to their loyality card, so you are saving three times.