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Sanford Shaw’s Alert: More 10 CENT Corn, FREE Carrots, CHEAP Kashi Cereal, CHEAP Lactaid

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I just got back from a little walk around Shaw’s in Sanford and this is my report!

CORN ON THE COB ONLY 10¢ EACH: They just filled the bin with more corn at 10 for $1 and they said they have plenty more.  If you have room in your freezer it’s time to stock up! You can do a quick search on the web on “how to blanch and free corn” and you will get all the help you need to learn how to freeze corn. You can also freeze it off the cob to save room in your freezer. UPDATE: one of my readers posted instructions on how to freeze corn in the comments below. Scroll down past the coupons to see it!

FREE CARROTS: There is a new Earthbound Farm coupon that will print out for ANY Earthbound product and Sanford currently has the 1 pound bags of carrots that you can pick up for FREE with the coupon. Note: the coupon stated DND but they have been letting it double but it only doubles up to $1.29 so no overage. But FREE is good, right?  To find the 1 pound bags in Sanford go in the produce side of the store then walk straight until you hit the oranges. Take a right then look to right. The 1 lb bags of carrots are on the right side of that display.

CHEAP LACTAID: They have Lactaid in reduced dairy marked down to $1.72. I think you can grab a $1 off Lactaid coupon HERE (not sure and don’t have time to print to check) which would bring the price down to $.72 for a half gallon. They also had Wild Harvest milk, I think, and some Garelick?  Look for Garelic coupons in the coupon database.  Don’t like lactaid or the other milks? Use them in smoothies for the kids. They will never know. You can also freeze in its own container as is (I’ve never had one burst open) or you can pour into smaller containers so you don’t have to use it up quick. You can also make ice cubes for smoothies or plop a couple of “milk” ice cubes in your milk for ice cold milk!

MAYBE LOTS OF REDUCED PRODUCE: The cart by the produce door was gone so I asked and they said they were filling it up with lots of new reduced stuff! I have no clue what you might find but be sure you check it out! Peppers have been cheap as well as potatoes. My stock up price for potatoes is $.30 per pound. I have never paid more than that since I discovered reduced produce and I always have plenty of potatoes in my bin (I refrigerate all my potatoes).  In fact, I just picked up a 5 lb bag last week for $1.50, only $.30 per pound.

CHEAP KASHI CEREAL: On the back wall of the store in reduced grocery (to the right of the big door next to reduced dairy) there are lots of boxes of Kashi cereal, flakes, honey puffs and shredded wheat) on clearance for $2. If you have 60 points in your recyclebank account you can print a coupon for $2/2 which brings the price down to only $1 per box for Kashi!  If you are not a recyclebank member yet, you really need to join! You can cash in points for awesome coupons or gift cards! Join RecycleBank… it free and it’s fun!




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1 comment to Sanford Shaw’s Alert: More 10 CENT Corn, FREE Carrots, CHEAP Kashi Cereal, CHEAP Lactaid

  • Hpmn

    Blanch corn while still on the cob in boiling water for 4-6 minutes.  Plunge into ice water to stop the cooking process.  Cut kernals from cobs and place on cookie sheets in the freezer.  When frozen, place in plastic bags in the freezer.  Enjoy during the winter.  Sometimes I cut the cobs into thirds for freezing and freeze it still on the mini cobs.