Wednesday, May 18, 2016

This Week's Hot Grocery Deals (IMHO)

We have sales starting today at our Boulder Sprouts and Whole Foods stores. Something is undoubtedly going on at Vitamin Cottage too, must check that out. Here's what's looking good to me now.

At Sprouts through May 25th, I'm liking their stuffed chicken breasts at $2.99 a pound, boneless pork loin chops (roast also) $2.99 a pound too, baby back pork ribs $2.99 a pound, and chicken breast tenders okay at $2.99 a pound (someone was really in the mind for $2.99 this week). In fish, previously frozen wild Alaskan cod fillets are $6.99 a pound, and very big 16/20 count previously frozen wild Gulf shrimp (I like that they aren't farmed) are $8.99 a pound, putting me in the mood for a fish chowder.

In organic produce at Sprouts, 4.4 ounce containers of blueberries are just $1.98 each, roma tomatoes are fantastic at 98 cents a pound, yellow peaches are $1.98 a pound, and red or green seedless grapes are $2.98 a pound. Elsewhere in the store, there's a Better for You Brands sale, with a bunch of lines 35% off. I'm also liking half gallons of Horizon Organic milk just $2.99 each, some Wallaby organic yogurts 69 cents each, Sprouts' own orange juice $2.99 for a half gallon, 32 ounce GoodBelly juice $1.99 each, and all Spice Hunter products a whopping 50% off regular price. I've never tried them, but if you need a prepared catering tray for a party, they have 10 varieties at 25% off.

At Whole Foods through the 24th, I'm liking Driscoll organic raspberries at $3 a six ounce container, organic cantaloupes remain $2.50 each, some Zevia sodas are $3.50 for a six pack, some Evol breakfast sandwiches and burritos are $2 each, Whole Foods' fine pedigree St. Louis pork ribs are $3.99 a pound, responsibly farmed 31/40 count cooked white shrimp are $9.99 a pound, Honest Tea organic lemonade is just $1.50 for 32 ounces, and Whole Foods' own yummy smoked mozzarella pasta salad is $7.99 a pound ($3 off). Also, some very large 32 ounce Avalon organics shampoos, conditioners, lotion and bath gels remain a real bargain at $12.99 each. Finally, they're only 80 cents off, but six packs of brioche hot dog buns for $4.69 each (Euro Classic Imports) are making me wonder if I might try to do my own lobster rolls at home.

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