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    Applegate Farms organic beef burgers: $5.49 marked down from $10.99.

    I purchased 6 boxes.


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    Jealous...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by cruncan View Post
      Jealous...
      Ditto. No Kroger in these parts.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by LJH View Post
        Ditto. No Kroger in these parts.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by cruncan View Post
          My good friend. Where are these parts?
          Rural southern Utah. There are two small-ish markets about 45 minutes away; nearest large market is in Cedar City, 1 hrs. away (when the road isn't closed by snow or slides).

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          • #6
            !!!

            Regular AB Hormone injected wheat crumb soy milk crap filled beef burgers are 10 a box.

            Ridiculous.

            Add me to the jealous bunch

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            • #7
              There are lots of Krogers around here, but I haven't seen Applegate meats. Are they in the freezer section?

              I always check the "natural foods" section of my local Kroger for dairy. I've gotten Horizon organic heavy whipping cream for 0.50/pint (originally 3.49) and got several BIG tubs (1000g) of Fage for 0.99 (originally 7.49).

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              • #8
                That's an awesome deal! I love a cooked hamburger diced into a salad.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by yodiewan View Post
                  There are lots of Krogers around here, but I haven't seen Applegate meats. Are they in the freezer section?

                  I always check the "natural foods" section of my local Kroger for dairy. I've gotten Horizon organic heavy whipping cream for 0.50/pint (originally 3.49) and got several BIG tubs (1000g) of Fage for 0.99 (originally 7.49).
                  This Kroger (Richmond, Texas) has a large natural foods section, more than a "corner". They were in that section's freezer area.


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by yodiewan View Post
                    There are lots of Krogers around here, but I haven't seen Applegate meats. Are they in the freezer section?

                    I always check the "natural foods" section of my local Kroger for dairy. I've gotten Horizon organic heavy whipping cream for 0.50/pint (originally 3.49) and got several BIG tubs (1000g) of Fage for 0.99 (originally 7.49).
                    Yes, of my grocery store options, Kroger has the best clearance prices - often on meat and produce. I have to be careful what other things I buy there, but the clearance is worth the trip. Early mornings and late night in during weekdays is best.

                    I also got non primal hubby clearance lunches.


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                    • #11
                      Yes, Kroger is awesome for clearance stuff. They're marked "Manager's Special" here. My wife and I have developed the ability to spot those orange stickers from across the store, haha.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Midlyfechrysalis View Post
                        This Kroger (Richmond, Texas) has a large natural foods section, more than a "corner". They were in that section's freezer area.
                        Ok, I may have to check out a few Krogers around here.
                        Georgette

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                        • #13
                          We have Smith's (which is a Kroger company) out here in Vegas, but I haven't seen any Applegate there.

                          And I was just in Southern Utah yesterday. sigh
                          Durp.

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                          • #14
                            You should make a burger, with two burgers for the buns

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                            • #15
                              Sunny side up eggs are best on burgers.
                              Georgette

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