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Bagged Produce {Family Money Minute Radio}

Bagged Produce

September 29, 2015: Bagged Produce Just because there are rarely coupons for fresh produce doesn’t mean there isn’t a trick to save on fruits and veggies…

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Savings Tip: Count Bagged Produce


I have a new savings tip for you today: count bagged produce. Whenever you find produce pre-bagged and sold by weight, chances are you’re going to find some discrepancy in quantity inside of that bag. This is typically true of items like apples, lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit and potatoes. What you’ll want to do is count how many are in …

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Cone Meal Plan: Week of April 19

I think I’ve only been to the grocery store once this month (in addition to stopping by Sam’s for some produce: they have pineapples for just over $2, a carton of 14 kiwis for $4, a big carton of organic mixed greens for $4 and 2 lbs of strawberries for $2.50. I don’t typically shop at the warehouse clubs because …

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Thursday's Thrifty Thought: July 2, 2009

Cut your produce Literally. So much money is wasted on fruits and vegetables that never get used and end up in the trash. Instead, but only what you need, even if that means asking a produce manager to cut something in half. This is especially helpful if you want to try something new and don’t want to end up with …

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Monday's Menu Plan: June 29

This week I’ve decided I really want to find some fresh, local produce to incorporate into my meals, so if anyone knows some good farms in Nashville, please let me know! I’ve also made a commitment to cut out sugar for the week and see if I notice a difference in how I feel (yes, obviously I already know it …

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