Frugal Friday: My Favorite Way To Save On Produce

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If you are a Smith’s shopper, you have probably run in to the clearance bagged produce for $0.99/bag. This is my favorite way to save on produce! My store happened to have a whole cart full of this produce today and I was able to get 1 bag of sweet potatoes, 1 bag of red peppers, 1 bag of organic green apples, and 1 bag of red apples for $3.96 total.


Some of the produce is too far gone for my liking, but a lot of times you can find stuff that will be great for a few days (or longer), especially potatoes and onions.

I also picked up some Sabra hummus to dip veggies in. It is on sale for $2.49 right now, and you can also download a Smith’s digital coupon for $0.60/1 Sabra Hummus, 10 oz. (and use it up to 5 times!) I personally love the roasted red pepper hummus. I dip carrots, celery, and red peppers in it.


Another produce item I get at Smith’s on clearance pretty often is the bagged lettuce. I always look for the Dole chopped salad to be on clearance because I love it! They often mark the bigger bags down to $2.49/each (at my store anyway!)

Another thing I have been wanting to tell you guys about is the NPS store in North Salt Lake. It is my sister’s favorite store. She mostly goes for non-food items, but I know lots of people love NPS for the food clearance. You can get extreme deals on produce. In fact, I just found out the other day there is a facebook group just for sharing NPS finds! Once you get accepted in the group, you should scroll down an look at the produce finds people have scored. Pretty cool!

What ways do you save on produce?



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2 thoughts on “Frugal Friday: My Favorite Way To Save On Produce

  1. Tawnya says:

    I LOVE NPS, so thanks for letting me know about the Facebook group. It is a bit of a drive for me and can be a real hit or miss sometimes.

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