Sunday, October 8, 2017

Where to Find the Best Grocery Store Prices for Fat Burning

Live in South Florida and looking to save on your groceries and still burn fat?

If you're looking for the lowest grocery store prices, here are 3 national and regional chains where you'll find them. According to Consumer Reports supermarket report these retailers, ranging from vast warehouse clubs to an upstart from Europe, all had the most competitive prices, based on a survey of more than 50,000 Consumer Reports...

• Aldi. This fast-growing, no-frills import from Germany operates stores about a third of the size of a typical American grocer, in the eastern half of the U.S. and southern California. It sells a limited selection, mainly of private-label goods. One reader on the CR Facebook page mentioned buying milk there at just $1.25 per gallon and eggs for 50 cents per dozen. Interesting to note that the holding company that owns Aldi has a sister company that owns Trader Joe's. 
• Costco. Who could pass up a $4.99, 3-pound rotisserie chicken at this venerable warehouse club, cheaper in some cases than a raw bird of the same size? Our survey respondents also gave the national retailer top marks for fresh, store-prepared foods.

• Trader Joe's. The national chain, known for its funky vibe and unique store-brand products, not only pleased our readers with its competitive prices, but excelled in store cleanliness, staff courtesy, store-brand quality, and selection of healthy options. Trader Joe's is among the top-rated chains overall, according to our survey.

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