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andiesenji

andiesenji

I did not get to the dairy aisle.  Boneless spiral ham 2.99/lb,  Butterball turkeys  99¢/lb  russet potatoes 1.49/lb,  Granny smith apples  2.29/lb (more than Walmart)

 

These prices are comparable to other markets.  They do have a few things cheaper but the  cheeses I bought were Kerrygold and 3.49 each - they are 3.59 at Walmart.

The vine tomatoes were 1.89 for 4 in a bag, medium size.  The Pepper maple bacon was 6.99/lb.

The Brie cheese mentioned earlier in this thread: 2.99 for 8 ounces.  I don't know how that compares to what others paid but  I like the one Trader Joes carries the "triple cream brie" which is usually $6.99 a pound but occasionally there will be a special in the Fearless Flyer.  

The Brats were 3.99/package, I'll have to look to see what the weight is.

 

I don't need eggs, my friend brought me a basket last Saturday and would only take a dollar for two plus dozen.  So I didn't even look at them.  

Eggs are not as expensive as they were last spring but they are not cheap.

andiesenji

andiesenji

I did not get to the dairy aisle.  Boneless spiral ham 2.99/lb,  Butterball turkeys  99¢/lb  russet potatoes 1.49/lb,  Granny smith apples  2.29/lb (more than Walmart)

 

These prices are comparable to other markets.  They do have a few things cheaper but the  cheeses I bought were Kerrygold and 3.49 each - they are 3.59 at Walmart.

The vine tomatoes were 1.89 for 4 in a bag, medium size.  The Pepper maple bacon was 6.99/lb.

The Brie cheese mentioned earlier in this thread: 2.99 for 8 ounces.  I don't know how that compares to what others paid but  I like the one Trader Joes carries the "triple cream brie" which is usually $6.99 a pound but occasionally there will be a special in the Fearless Flyer.  

The Brats were 3.99/package, I'll have to look to see what the weight is.

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