Finding good coupons for fresh produce is rare. I depend on my produce finds every week at the 99 Cents Only Store. Learn your particular store’s days for delivery of fruits & veggies and shop on those days. At my store on Clayton Rd., the produce is delivered Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Here’s what’s new from today’s trip:
1. Fresh Herbs, mind-boggling variety in 2 oz. bags
2. Earthbound Farm Organic Baby Kale, 5 oz. (also Salad Mix)
3. Fresh Kiwi, 1 lb. bag
4. Quaker Quakes 100-Calorie Variety Pack, 8 pk.
5. Bear Naked Peak Protein Natural Granola, 2 oz.
6. Cap’n Crunch Cereal, 9.4 oz.
7. Dannon Dan-o-nino Yogurt, 6 pk.
8. Kraft Mayo w/Lime, 30 oz.(Best by 6/6/12)
The most frugal way to get fresh herbs is your own DIY Herb Garden. However, if you lack a green thumb like me, it’s nice to see fresh herbs available here for only $1, no coupons necessary! I spotted Basil, Rosemary, Mint, Chives, Thyme, Chives and Parsley. To make the herbs last longer in my fridge, I gently wrap a damp paper towel around them, and place in a Ziploc bag. We love the organic baby kale! I stir-fry it with some olive oil and fresh garlic, salt, and pepper. It’s also great to toss in to Lentil St-oup. This baby kale is tender and mild, unlike the large kale.
The Quaker Quakes 8-pack is also a nice deal. I’m noticing a lot of portion-controlled 100-calorie packs arriving here. With swimsuit season around the corner, these are popular! They also re-stocked the Snackwell’s which I shared with you two weeks ago, so go get them if you missed out last time.
This week’s shopping trip highlight was brought to you by Jolene, the TFF 99 Cents Only Store expert! Find a 99 Cents Store location near you.