July 2007 - Grocery Outlet - $5 off $20 orders
Not that GO isn't already absurdly low, but they are giving out coupons for the month of July
The highlight being the week of July 18 - 24 where they take $5 off a $20 order ... alcohol and dairy excluded ... yeah, a shame ... but still.
July 4 - 10 Free 12 pack of Jones Soda with $10 purchas
July 11 -17 Free 64oz Treetop apple Juice with $10 purchase
July 25 - 31 $3 off any order when recommending a new shopper
Discounts for June still available.
I was at Albertson's yesterday and found out that Grocery Outlets price for fruit pectin ... 2 boxes for $1 ... is a darn good price. At Albertson's the same box was selling for $2.79.
Grocery Outlet also has some deals on canning supplies but I forget what they were. I know the lid prices are really good though.
That's probably a markdown price - most of the pectin we sell is between $.79-$1.29 per box. Jars and lids are probably also marked down. Buy them while you can, because we probably won't get any more - we don't make any money on them and Walmart & Winco give it away, so we're not much of a value...
Spotted at RWC Grocery Outlet today:
Gold Medal Harvest King Flour -- 99 cents
Blisscoti ice cream sandwiches (strawberry & vanilla) - 99 cents (2 to a pkg)
Alexia Pizza Snacks (sausage, chicken pesto) -- $1.99
Aloha Teriyaki Glaze - i missed the price
Stonyhill Farms Light Smoothies (wild berry, peach, banana berry) - 2 for $1
Ben & Jerry's Black & Tan -- $1.49
Already gone -- Rosarita Spicy Jalapeno Refried Beans - 69 cents. :-(
re: David Carlson
Melanie Wong wrote in this thread ...
"Haven't looked at the wine selection for a while, and this time noticed a lot of Forest Glen bottlings. The 2005 California Riesling and 2005 California Gewurztraminer were both priced at $3.99, might be worth trying as that was a good but large vintage and a lot of good juice was bulked off. Anyone tasted these?"
Maybe if someone talks to the wine buyer in Rohnert Park they might ask if she knows if they are worthwhile.
Then again, someone could throw $3.99 to the wind and give them a try. I don't like most Riesling or Gewurztraminer so I'm unlikely to buy ... however if someone says they are good ...
I was ready to hate the clam chowder, but it was okay. Better than Trader Joe's. And organic. The GO has more organic food than it used to. I bought some Earth Pure organic pizza sauce for 89cents. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks promising,with organic herbs, tomato sauce, olive oil and sea salt.
This seems to be the week for tomato-based products.
- Del Monte organic tomato paste - 39 cents
- Large can of Hunts tomato paste - 79 cents
- Contadine tomato sauce - 69 cents
- Newman's tomato sauce - $1.99
Yoplait yogurt is 3 for $1. The San Pablo store had thick and creamy caramel and whipped chocolate mousse. However, they usually bring in more flavors.
Challenge butter is $2.49 lb
Cans of Coffeehouse Classic cappuccino foam which I liked a lot are 99 cents... a good price.
Kerry Gold cheese which usually sells for about $5 is $1.99.
Organic soups - Amy's and Health Valley are 99 cents. Health Valley had organic clam chowder ... not sure of the concept on that.
Pints of ice cream are $1.49 - Hagen Daz, Ben & Jerry's and Dove. Breyer's quarts are $1.79.
Del Monte canned veggies are 2 for $1.
Pepsi summer mix, 2 liters, are 2 for $1. Anyone tried this?
And I saw something I've never seen before anywhere ... Progresso lobster sauce $1.69
It's been a long, long time since I bought Entermann's which I enjoyed in the past. But anyone who is interested, GO always sells the baked goods for $1.99. I'm guessing that might be a good price, but haven't looked in so long, not sure.
Thanks for the heads-up, rworange! We're actually going to the Santa Rosa GO today, as my husband wants to pick up more of the Cinder Cone beer, which he says is excellent, especially for $3.99/6-pack.
And we'll be getting more of the Jones soda - got Lemon and Root Beer last week. We like that Jones uses cane sugar as a sweetener, and not high-fructose corn syrup or the evil aspartame.