Wednesday, July 29, 2015

This Week's Hot Grocery Deals (IMHO)

We have new sales starting today at our Boulder Sprouts and Whole Foods stores, while the current one continues at Vitamin Cottage through August 15th (use the list of posts at the lower left to find that one). Here's what's looking good to me now.

At Sprouts through August 5th, value packs of boneless skinless chicken breasts are just $1.88 a pound, their very good stuffed chicken breasts are $2.99 a pound, all chicken sausage is $3.99 a pound, Rosie organic whole chickens are $2.99 a pound, and boneless New York steaks are $10.99 a pound. For your fresh wild salmon fix, sockeye fillets are $8.99 a pound, and in previously frozen raw shrimp, big 16/20 count ones are $7.99 a pound for ez peel, $8.99 for already peeled and deveined.

In organic produce at Sprouts, red or green seedless grapes are just $1.88 a pound, grape tomatoes are $1.98 a pint, yellow peaches or nectarines are both $1.98 a pound, and bananas are 68 cents a pound. Elsewhere in the store, I'm liking an Annie's special where if you buy any one of her crackers, grahams or fruit snacks, you get one of her soups free (select varieties, as always). Also, Chobani Greek yogurts are $1 each, Justin's yummy nut products are all 30% off regular price, Annie's mac and cheese is excellent at 99 cents a box (stock up for quick dinners - just add canned tuna and maybe defrosted peas for old fashioned tuna casserole), some Annie's Naturals dressings are 35% off, the 13 ounce size of Newman-O's is $2.99 a package, and the six-ish ounce size of Late July tortilla chips is $1.50 a bag. Gads, and it's back to school time already, with a bunch of snack packs on sale, plus a healthy lunch box heroes contest. Where did the summer go?

At Whole Foods through August 11th, fresh wild coho salmon fillets are $12.99 a pound (I like sockeye better, and Sprouts' price on that is great, but you just can't argue with a fine Whole Foods fish). Twelve ounce packages of organic raspberries (12 ounces is pretty big for raspberries) are $4.98 each, and for conventional corn, Olathe is three for $1 (although I'll head to Munsons as often as possible for truly local, even though it's twice as expensive at three for $2). Also, packages of Diestel organic sliced turkey are $5.99 each, baked in-house cinnamon coffee cake sounds tempting at $3.99 each, their organic "everything" baguette is great at $1.99 each, all Market Made tamales are $2 each, their own Hatch chile potato salad is $4.99 a pound, and their own half pound fresh mozzarella balls are just $2.49 each (could that be their typo? - make caprese!).

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