Wednesday, September 2, 2015

This Week's Hot Grocery Deals (IMHO)

We have a new sale starting today at our Boulder Sprouts stores, while the current one continues at Whole Foods through September 15th (look several posts below for that one). Here's what's looking good to me now.

At Sprouts through September 9th, they'll prep your Labor Day grill with baby back ribs $2.99 a pound, value packs of boneless skinless chicken breasts just $1.88 a pound, all chicken sausage (pork also) $3.99 a pound, boneless ribeye steaks $12.99 a pound, their own stuffed chicken breasts $2.99 a pound, and there's a Buffalo Stampede sale on all sorts of bison. In fish, fresh wild Alaskan coho salmon fillets are just $7.99 a pound, previously frozen 21/25 count raw ez peel shrimp are $5.99 a pound, and those yummy (previously frozen) stuffed clams, scallops or crab are all just $1 each - super easy appetizer.

In conventional produce at Sprouts, Hass avocados are 49 cents each, not as good as last weekend's special sale, but still pretty good. Olathe sweet corn is four for $1, but Whole Foods is also doing corn at four for $1, and last week I found they had ultra-local Munsons at that price. In organic produce, red or green seedless grapes are just $1.88 a pound, grape tomatoes are $2.50 a pint, yellow peaches or nectarines are $2.50 a pound (put some on the grill!), and Bartlett pears are just 98 cents a pound.

Elsewhere in the store at Sprouts, the news is a big BOGO sale, with lots and lots of products buy one, get one free. BOGOs catching my eye in the ad include Green Mountain Creamery Greek yogurts (very good stuff, and most are only 110 calories), the 15-ish ounce size of Muir Glen tomatoes, Barbara's cereals, Near East rice, quinoa or couscous, Delallo whole wheat pastas, Back to Nature crackers, and Annie's mac & cheese ("select varieties" on all of those).

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