Wednesday, September 23, 2015

This Week's Hot Grocery Deals (IMHO)

We have new sales starting today at our Boulder Sprouts stores, while the current one continues at Whole Foods through September 29th, and at Vitamin Cottage just through this Saturday. Here's what's looking good to me now.

At Sprouts through September 30th, value packs of boneless skinless chicken breasts are just $1.88 a pound, their very good stuffed chicken breasts are $2.99 a pound (one breast easily serves two people), whole or split fresh chickens are $1.69 a pound, chicken Italian sausage (pork also) are $3.99 a pound, Rosie organic whole chickens are $2.99 a pound, and boneless ribeye steaks are $10.99 a pound. In fish, fresh farmed Atlantic salmon fillets are $6.99 a pound, and previously frozen wild Alaskan cod fillets are $7.99 a pound. For previously frozen raw shrimp, 31/40 count peeled and deveined shrimp are $9.99 a pound starting today, but if you are willing to do the peeling yourself and can do it today, I'd catch the bigger 26/30 count shell-on shrimp that are nearly half price at $6.99 a pound in the sale that ends today (both these shrimp are wild, not farmed).

In organic produce at Sprouts, green curly kale is just 98 cents a bunch, pints of grape tomatoes are $2.50 each, table carrots or russet potatoes are $2.98 for a five pound bag, and red, green or black seedless grapes are just $1.88 a pound (and grapes are something I'd only eat in organic, never conventional). Elsewhere in the store, I'm liking Fage Greek yogurts at $1 each, some five ounce bags of Boulder Canyon potato chips at an unusual "buy 1 get 2 free," some Pamela's cookies $2.50 a box (and they're showing that gluten free symbol), and some Cascadian Farm organic frozen items at 30% off. There's a "line drive" sale on Pacific brand at 30% off, plus an additional $3 off any five items. I think of that brand primarily for their broths, and I'm firmly in the Imagine organic broth camp, but the photo also includes many other Pacific products.

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