Grocery Outlet-February 2010
- Wheetie Feb 2, 2010 02:26 PM
Sharffen Berger 70% Bittersweet chocolate baking chunks 6 oz. $2.49
Sharffen Berger 62% semisweet chocolate baking chunks 6 oz. $2.49
LU Petite Madeline cookies (mint or dark chocolate) $1.99
Pacific Soymilk Chocolate Hazelnut 4-pack $1.69
College Inn Bold Broth Rotisserie chicken flavor broth .99
Dagoba Lavender Blueberry chocolate bar 2.83 oz. $1.99
Dagoba Milk Chocolate bar 42% 2.83 oz $1.99
Coconut flavor M&Ms .50
Morningstar Farms "pork" riblets $2.49
Archer Farms applewood smoked ham steak price varies by weight-most were around .60
Bossa Nova Mangosteen drink 10 oz. .99
Claim Jumper Chicken a la Vodka $2.99
small sweet peppers (yellow, orange, and red) $1.99
re: Ruth Lafler
Oakland had the large bags of the coconut M&Ms for $1.99 this week. Also, lots of Pacific almond milk and another brand of organic soy milks (both unflavored and vanilla).
The big discovery yesterday (Sunday, 2/21) was five-pound bags of frozen organic French green beans for $4.99. Each bag has five one-pound bags inside.
Otherwise, I thought pickings were slim.
Santa Rosa today -
Didn't see most of the items listed by OP. A couple of Bossa Nova juices in cooler & a different acai juice.
The big deal is lots of Spectrum products in cooler & on shelves - mayo, flax oil (5-6 choices), salad dressing 4-5 choices) and a few odds n ends. Prices a fraction of retail.
Frozen organic food - Amy's, but not Cedarlane today.
No worthwhile soup, crackers, cheese or cookies. Not sure why. Winter is the season, but the stock isn't there.
50 cents - Shop and Save sugar wafer cookies 8 oz
99 cents - Organic bbq chipotle Kettle potato chips
2.49 - Blue Diamond almond butter (creamy or w/honey) 12 oz
The Kettle chips are this week's special and they are really good. I don't think they really have either a bbq or chipotle flavor, but there's an excellent garlic flavor and a pleasant, but mild spiciness.
The sugar wafers do have sugar and not HFCS.
The creamy almond butter just had almonds and sea salt so I bought that. The honey had one questionable ingredient. I can't remember the last time, if ever, I bought almond butter, so I'm no expert. However, this stuff seems flavorless to me. It is just .... thick. It is the first thing I may actually return to GO. Again, maybe almond butter is supposed to taste this bland
At the Berkeley store, Mosaic Whole Fruit Fusion Olive Oil (Lemon, Blood Orange or Lime) cold pressed. 12.5 fl oz. 5.99$. Nice drizzled over a plate of greens, grilled chicken or fish.
St. Clemens Danablu blue cheese, 4.4 oz. 2.49$, packaged in a wedge shape. Also have Rosenborg Castello Noble Blue, 6.25 oz, 1.99$, in a box, shaped like a cube of butter.
Also saw King's Kimchi (no MSG, no preservatives), 14 oz. for 0.99$. Mild only.