I stopped by Kroger to pick up the Friday freebie, and I ended up coming out with a whole cartful of groceries. Normally that would be a bad thing, but not this time. They had just finished marking down TONS of stuff, and I grabbed some killer deals. Take a look:
10 boxes of Kashi cereal at $.98 a box.
10 bags of marshmallows at $.59 a bag. Sure wish I’d had these last month, when I had to supply my daughter’s Girl Scout troop with s’more supplies.
8 bottles of juice: (6) Simple Truth organic apple juice at $1.69 each and (2) Hansen’s Naturals apple grape juice at $.99 each.
10 quarts of organic chicken broth at $.89 each. I make my own broth, but it’s nice to have some shelf-stable broth on hand.
4 bags of organic sunflower seeds at $1.49 a bag.
Pretty good, right? But wait … it gets better. Take a look at these expiration dates:
Crazy, yes? I’ve learned that my Kroger likes to clearance out overstock, rather than store it in the stockroom. Sometimes that means they literally take stuff off the truck, place half of it on the shelf and immediately mark down the rest. I could have bought these same items, with the same expiration dates at full-price, if I had chosen to buy them from their normal spots in the store. Tis madness, I tell you. But it’s the kind of madness that I like.
So, that’s my latest reduced-rack score. I’d love to hear about yours.