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Tips for Buying Food in Bulk

Photo Credit: Jackson Latka Whether you shop at the bulk bins in your natural foods store or buy in bulk from one of the big warehouse clubs, you’ll find buying in bulk not only saves you money but helps at mealtime by having key ingredients always on hand. There is no shortage of items that …
  • Sue White

    tips for buying foods in bulk

  • Nanci Morris

    Buy your dried herbs and spices in the bulk section of your market... will save you a LOT of money when you only need 1/4 tsp. of some random herb you may never use again...buy all of your dried herbs and spices this way.

  • Christine Reber

    Write your bulk food PLU (codes) on the twist ties. Ask an attendant to help you if you want a sample. Also, don't let your children touch the food bins or pull the handles. This goes for the coffee isle too.

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