We're Bananas About
Lowering Your Produce
Fruit And Nut Prices! 

By comparing produce prices and following a few simple tips, you can eat healthy all year round without breaking your budget.


Produce prices can be expensive and drive you bananas.


Have you ever had the unfortunate experience of paying $1.29 for a cucumber, only to discover that they were on sale for $0.39 at the grocery; store across the street?

Or, have you ever had a craving for creamy cauliflower casserole, but just couldn't convince yourself to pay the shocking price of $3.00 a head?

BTW a Vegas grocery shopper?

You want to eat healthy, but it often seems that half your grocery budget is depleted before you even leave the produce aisle.

Well, you can save money AND still get your fresh veggies if you know what to look for and follow some wise shopping advice of comparing grocery prices.


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Chop Down
Weekly Produce Prices 

Knowing what a good buy when it comes to produce prices will help you make wise choices at the grocery store.


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Sales and tempting deals are sure to greet you with every visit, so take our handy pocket food price list to the grocery store with you and be sure you never pay more then you should.

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Buy What Is In Season

Every season offers its own variety of interesting produce, and buying “in season” or locally grown fruits and veggies can save you a lot on your grocery bill.

Asparagus or fresh peas can be very expensive in the winter, but are actually quite reasonable during the spring months.

So, enjoy a tasty bowl of cream of asparagus soup in early June and save the brussel sprouts or candied yams for the Fall.


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Check The Reduced Food Rack

If they are expected to pay full price, customers usually demand perfect specimens. And, who can blame them? If I'm paying $1.40/pound, my zucchini better be virtually flawless, right?

So, many grocers will often demote their slightly aged or blemished produce to the reduced rack, slashing the prices by up to fifty percent.

Great produce prices of tomatoes on the vine.

This option may not work for your summer picnic veggie tray, but who cares about a little bruise or mark if a potato is going to be peeled and mashed or a tomato is destined to become part of your special recipe pasta sauce?

If you are going to use the food right away or if a perfect appearance is not necessary, then you can save on produce prices by taking a little detour to the “reduced for quick sale” rack.


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Planning For The Best Produce Prices

Check out local grocery store flyers and/or use a price comparison tool to find the lowest produce prices available.

You can save a lot of money by planning your menu around weekly deals and taking advantage of sales.

If your supermarket is offering broccoli for $0.69, that's the time to make cream of broccoli soup, broccoli casserole, or even broccoli salad.


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Remember that cucumber you paid $1.29 for when you could have saved $0.50 at the store across the street? Well, if you purchase 3 cucumbers, that is a savings of $1.50.

Although it will not always be cucumbers, if you save this amount on various produce items every week, you will have a nest egg of $78 to enjoy something much more fun than groceries.

By comparing prices and having your menu set ahead of time, you will not only save money by finding great deals, but you will also avoid buying veggies that may spoil before they are used because you don't 'have a plan for them.

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How To Buy And Stock Produce Deals

You can also save on produce prices by buying larger quantities of particular items when they are in season or on sale.

Find out the best way to store certain veggies to extend their shelf life and then stock up appropriately.



Potatoes, onions, carrots, and even some squashes will keep for months if kept in a cool, dark place such as a cold cellar. Freeze bushels of tomatoes, make your own salsa, or can those fresh green beans.

Even if you can only stock up for a couple of weeks at a time, these savings will add up over the course of a year.


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Indulge Wisely And Sparingly

Craving eggplant in December or red peppers in February? Well, you don't always have deprive yourself.

Buy very small amounts and add the more expensive treat into a stir-fry or vegetable medley of less costly produce.

Just a couple spears of asparagus added to a mix of carrots, onions, and grated cabbage will satisfy any craving without breaking the bank.

Eating healthy and enjoying fresh produce does not have to be expensive.

By knowing what is on sale, comparing produce or grocery  prices, and planning ahead, you can find the best deals and get the most for your money.


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