Saturday, December 8

The Frozen Food Store

Mmmm, Frozen FoodsYesterday night we went for another visit to the frozen food store. It's an awesome little place.

We now have various meats, fish, soup, frozen fruits and other goodies piled high in the freezer. This will last well into January.

While the price is great, it feels even better to have a fully stocked freezer than it does to save a few dollars.

Is there a low priced frozen goods store in your town?

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK, enlighten me! Is there a store where they sell JUST frozen foods? If so, what's it called, and where are they located? Thanks, Mary

Lisa said...

I'm wondering the same as Mary. Please do tell.

Anonymous said...

Great ideas and a full freezer keeps the electric bill lower too. Some wonderful places to get frozen food on the cheap are Warehouse clubs (Sam's and Cost-co), Grocery Outlet store (they have senior discount days for people 65 and over out there), Food Maxx (that is/was called Food for Less), your local Super Walmart and Smart and Final Stores. Good luck. Frozen foods save time and money especially with young children. Thanks, Annette I believe you are thinking of home delivery called Schwann's frozen foods. They are great from what I am told. They deliver to your home. You save on gas too.

Annie Jones said...

We don't have any place that sells just frozen food, but there is a lost freight store that often has great prices on frozen, canned and boxed food. It's not out of date or anything, it just got waylaid on its way to its original destination. They have great prices there.

Frugal Guy said...

Wow, everyone wants a frozen foods store!

I don't know if the store I go to is even part of a chain. It looks like a one-off mom and pop place, but it could be a franchise I guess.

It's called Country Traditions. Not sure what the name has to do with frozen foods, but I'm not going to complain about getting a good deal.

genanoel2002 said...

Have I got a deal for all of you if your state has it, if not maybe you know a group or church that would be willing to start it. It is a way to get enough food to feed a family of four for a week for only 25 dollars. You order once a month and as much as you want and it is open to anyone that wants to use it. Here is the website if you wnat to learn more.
http://www.angelfoodministries.com/menu.asp?period=34&state=OH&lang=EN&submit=Submit
I plan on using it and putting my grocery savings in a christmas account. I figured out that I will save $3,600 a year.

Kngavl said...

Got plenty of stores which sell frozen foods in large amounts but no stores completely dedicated to just that.
Btw do you have any contact form for a link exchange?

Anonymous said...

Oh don't forget some of the Dollar stores and the 99 cent stores sell frozen food too that is pretty good.

Anonymous said...

The Dollar stores sometimes carry Lean Cuisine, Budget gourmet, mini pizzas and so much more. They can save you a lot of money and time.

Anonymous said...

The frozen food store in my area is great for expensive gourmet type foods.
But what I save a lot of money doing is using the flyers and buying bulk. I have a lot of people in my household so I usually set aside $60 a month for meats on sale. In November it was hamburger @99 cents/lb and pork roast at 99 cents a lb, December it was $60 in turkey @ about 9.00 each. I find the savings well worth the time spent reading the flyers and chasing the bargains.