Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Bigger city, better grocery store options

Since our move I have been grocery shopping twice. I have gone to a employee-owned store that has incredible prices. I am so excited to actually save real money when I shop. Example, milk is $2.29 instead of $2.59. My daughter's soy milk is about 10 cent cheaper. Produce is incredible -- $1.99 for 5 lb bag of potatoes versus $2.50 or more, apples 99 cents a pound instead of $1.50. It all adds up and when you are buying a lot of items it adds up fast. I have saved a lot of money and am glad to have this store for an option. They are many other stores in the area that I haven't visited yet, but I think I'm going to be able to work the deals really well. I was really limited where I was living before.

1 comment:

Melissa said...

I think there is a Trader Joes in your town. I really love shopping there. Unfortunately the closest one for me is 1 1/2 away. So I do not get there too often.

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