View Full Version : Inexpensive produce YES!!!
04-22-2006, 09:41 PM
I went to the store today, and got
4 mangos for $2.00
they had 20 oranges for $2.00
iceberg lettuce was 39 cents each (very large heads)
celery 58 cents each (large bunch)
roma tomatoes 63 cents a pound
5 pound bags of Braeburn apples $1.56
cataloup 39cents a pound
potatoes 1.59 per 10 pound bag
strawberries $2.50 for 3 cups
raspberries $3.00 for 1 cup
blueberries $2.50 for 1 cup
cucumbers 44cents each
sweet white onions 68cents a pound
large egg plants $1.68 each
large avocados 50 cents each
and this was at the grocery store, I was shocked, so little for so much
we didn't buy everything we saw, we only bought a few things, but they were great.
04-22-2006, 10:25 PM
Avacados here in the colony are $1.99 a piece.
Peace in the Middle east,
04-22-2006, 10:27 PM
Where do you shop, RawPriestess????
04-22-2006, 10:30 PM
Just got back from Safeway and Sunflower. Safeway has Champagne Mangos (never saw them before) for $1 each on sale. Decided to pass.
Sunflower had them 3 for $1 :eek: so I bought a few. Tasty. Sunflower good! :p
04-22-2006, 10:43 PM
Is this conventional or organic?
Awesome pricing either way, though!!!
Try finding prices like that in Nashville, wooooooohhhh!!! : )
04-23-2006, 01:11 AM
I live in a tiny town in the middle of the country, near Seattle in Washington state, and this was at Market Place and Safeway.
this was conventional produce, although some may have been organic, since they also sell organic on sale too.
We are a weird community, because 1/2 of the community is very old farms and ranches, and the other 1/2 is very new age, as JZ Knight lives here, and does her Ramtha thingy, the 35,000 year old entity that she supposedly channels, she was in the movie "What the bleep" so every one of her followers comes to live in our little town, I have lived here for 16 years, and the town had about 1,000 people, now it has about 20,000 or more that is just an estimate, but we are getting a Super Walmart, so it tells you how big it is now. YIKES!
that is one reason we want to move,
but we live on a lake and it is beautiful
Anyway, now there is all kinds of fast food places and two super markets, soon to be a Walmart, and etc.
04-24-2006, 09:17 AM
Ooh, let me brag too.
Yesterday I got:
Avacados $0.60 each
Lemons 5 for $1.33
Kale $0.79 a bunch
Young thai coconuts for $1.15 each :eek: was so excited to find those.
2lbs. baby carrots for $1.00
Seedless red grapes $0.89/pound.
I get so excited when I go produce shopping. :p
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