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Cut Down on Waste With Reusable Produce Bags

Let us stow your lettuce and veggies for you. Credit: Baggu
Baggu's reusable produce bags may be the best thing to crop up this season. These nylon mesh bags are extremely lightweight and durable, and feature a fold-over flap to help make su...

Grocery Shopping Savvy - Little Ways to Save Big

My grocery-shopping strategy is pretty simple: plan menus, stick to a list and shop on Tuesday mornings. Fewer people shop on Tuesdays (shorter lines) and the food is usually fresher. Shelves get restocked with fresh goods on Mondays after weekend p...

In this economy, even parents resort to shoplifting

As our economy continues to tank, so another alarming trend seems to rise. Consumers, parents readily included among them, are resorting to shoplifting. Recently a man in Massachusetts was apprehended with his daughter attempting to steal shrimp a...

Groceries won't sell eggs to minors

When I was at the grocery this past weekend buying a few odds and ends for my annual Halloween brunch I noticed a sign at the entrance that stated no eggs would be sold to minors for the next week. This, of course, was the neighborhood grocer's wa...

Freegans: dumpster diving for food

One of the things I truly miss about living in Houston is the great grocery stores. For years, I worked in an office across the street from an epicurean market that offered mouthwatering delicacies from around the world. The stuff was expensive, but ...

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