Wednesday, November 11, 2015

This Week's Hot Grocery Deals (IMHO)

Happy Veterans' Day on this pretty, somewhat snowy morning. We have a new sale starting today at our Boulder Sprouts stores, while the current one continues at Whole Foods through November 17th. I still need to check out what's happening at Vitamin Cottage too, but here's what's looking good to me now.

I think Sprouts knocked itself out with so many good deals last week (that one-day gift card sale, the 72 hour sale, and really good stuff through the week), that they deserve a little bit of a break this week. They do have London broil for $3.99 a pound, chicken Italian sausage (pork also) also $3.99 a pound, beef stew meat $4.99 a pound, fresh farmed Atlantic salmon fillets $5.99 a pound, and fresh wild Pacific cod fillets $7.99 a pound (that's a change from the usual previously frozen cod, must take a look).

In organic produce at Sprouts, fruit is reigning this week, with 5.6 ounce blackberries $2.98 each, black seedless grapes $2.98 a pound, and Braeburn apples just 98 cents a pound, plus some five ounce Earthbound Farm salads are $2.50 each. In conventional produce, asparagus remains notable at $1.98 a pound. Elsewhere in the store, I'm thrilled to see the holiday sale season begin on my favorite Imagine organic broth, with boxes $2.50 each. It's possible it will go even lower, but that's pretty darned good for a staple that keeps well and regularly sells close to $4 a box. I'm also liking Annie's mac and cheese $1.50 a box, Late July tortilla chips $2 for the six-ish ounce bag, and some Wallaby organic yogurts 88 cents each.

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