This is what is on our list this week. Fareway promises new sales on Friday and Saturday that are not listed in the ad already out. We plan on heading to Hy-Vee for their one day sale Friday early, so we'll hit up Fareway then, too, to see what they added.
64 oz Hy Vee brand OJ 99 cents (Fri only). They had this on sale a couple weeks ago, too. They are limiting 2 per customer this week, but we've only gone through 2, so this works out well.
Dole coleslaw mix 69 cents a bag, limit 2, Fri only. We don't actually eat that much coleslaw, so this may seem silly but these work great for egg rolls, so I will also purchase some wrappers and either make enough for freezer meal later this month, or just enough for the freezer one the baby comes.
Hy Vee mac and cheese 59 cents a box, Fri only, no limit. I never, never buy boxed mac and cheese, but we are back to trying to build up our emergency food storage and let's face it, there is little that is more shelf-stable and kid friendly in a crisis than mac and cheese.
Hy-Vee thin sliced deli ham $1.99# Fri only, no limit. Lunch meat freezes beautifully and this price is crazy awesome.
Hy-Vee yogurt 29 cents a cup through the 20th. Protein being so important right now, yogurt is high on our buying list here lately. Yogurt also freezes beautifully. I LOVE my freezer :)
Though we do not need any, if you need chicken both breast and hind quarters are super prices right now, so I would stock up on them if we weren't already full of chicken.
Hy Vee tomato sauce 3 for a $1 until the 20th, no limit.
Hunt's pasta sauce 88cents a can, until the 20th, no limit.
Midwest Country Fare frozen veggies 88 cents a bag, until the 20th, no limit.
Whole Boneless Pork Loins, $1.99# limit 2, Fri only. Perfect for big meals with family.
Apples $2.99 per 3# bag
Hunt's ketchup (Hunt's is HFCS free) 99 cents per 24 oz bottle
Tostitos tortilla chips $1.99/13 oz bag
Plus we'll pick up milk and bread for the week, although I am hopeful we may have found a decent brand of sprouted bread at Campbell's ( as in, not dry and icky tasting), so we may be shifting to purchasing that on art class days while we're in town.