This week has some new produce sales spreading. Cherries are in many stores, but Sprouts has them cheapest. Peaches, are all over as well, those are cheapest at HEB. Grapes are under $2/lb at all the chains, but Randalls wins at $1.49.
Avocados are 25c at Fiesta, so maybe I’ll finally get around to the Avocado Math problem I’ve been wanting to solve. Randalls has large avocados for 99c, and while I do usually avoid their produce, for the sake of science I can give them a pass.
In the meat sections, pork butt and split chicken breasts are $1.27/lb at HEB,
Oh, Fiesta. Why do you have made-up food on sale?
organic grapes $2.98/lb (DD)
organic peaches or nectarines $2.98/lb (DD)
boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs $1.99/lb
peaches 77c/lb (DD)
red bell peppers 48c/ea (DD)
organic kale 78c/ea (DD)
boston butt pork roast, bone in $1.27/ea
HCF split breasts $1.27/lb
cucumbers 33c/ea (DD)
Hass avocados 25c/ea (C15)
pineapples $1.49/ea (C15)
large Anjou pears 99c/ea
pork blade steak, family pack $1.29/lb (Fiesta limit)
Eddy brand rope smoked sausage, 2.5lbs $5.99/ea
bscb, family pack $1.99/lb
chicken drums or thighs 99c/lb
red seedless grapes $1.49/lb (DD)
Safeway brand chicken drums or thighs 99c/lb
organic green grapes $2.49/lb (DD)
organic sugar plum tomatoes $1.49/ea (DD)
Flyers this week:
- HEB: less grackle more grackle
- Randalls: weekly ad $5 Friday
- Wheatsville: meat/produce other stuff
- Central Market
- Trader Joe’s
That’s it for this week, Cheepsters! Try to stay dry, turn around don’t drown, and remember the liquor stores close at 9pm.