April 19, 2010

Weekly Matchups and Deals 4/18-4/24

Food City

If you are local, be sure to head over to the Clinton Hwy store.  They are having some really fantastic prices as part of their Grand Remodeling Sale: $1.69/lb chuck roast, 99ct/lb white seedless grapes, 99cts for 12 ounces of Elm Hill sliced bacon, $4.99/lb chicken tenders from the deli, $1.28 jumbo cantaloupe, 3/$1 Libby’s vegetables, BOGO Kay’s ice cream, 3/$10 Spring Water 24 pk, 49ct Blue Bonnet Spread, BOGO Doritos, 2/$1 Banquet Pot Pie

HomeUnited Grocery Outlet

Be sure to pick up some cabbage.  At 29cts/lb, you can buy a few extras to store in the fridge.  They will store for at least a few weeks and up to a month, depending on how fresh they are at the grocery. 

earth-fare-market Earth Fare (through April 27th)

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Be sure to pick up some free single serving cups of Quaker oatmeal.  These would go great in a care package to a college student.

Pick up a Merona bag for under $2 and FREE motrin.

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Pick up an inexpensive rotisserie chicken to make one of your suppers this week a cinch.

Here are a few more deals. 



In my opinion, Kroger missed the boat this week by not putting more organics on sale in honor of Earth Week.  Ingles is the place to go with sales on Muir Glen and Cascadian Farms that are matched with some great coupons.



Score free toothpaste, maxis, and Vitamin D this week.

Go here for a gummy bear deal at 12cts each.

Be sure to read this post before trying to score on the Bayer Aspirin deal.



Love the chocolate deal!

April match-ups for Co-op Advantage Stores

Organic Valley Butter is on sale for $4.49.  Use the $2/2 coupons found in store to pick up a pound of organic butter for $3.49.  If you own a share in Three Rivers Market and buy a case, you’ll get an extra 10% off.  Other coupons can be found at www.organicvalley.com and in the Root Stock mailer newsletter.

If at TRM this week, be sure to pick up some organic tomato plants on sale for 99cts each!

What to watch for at local farmers markets: fresh eggs, milk, meats, lettuces, greens, green/spring onions, perennial herbs, pea shoots and maybe some early peas, potted plants and flowers, honey, and home canned goods like jams and jellies.  If you are lucky, you might find asparagus and mushrooms.  My shitake mushroom log is starting to sprout and morels are in season in some parts of the country.  Pretty soon we’ll start to see strawberries in our area.  If you are in a warmer climate, you might already be seeing strawberries and rhubarb. 

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