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4308 W Bell Rd, Glendale, AZ 85308 Between N 43rd Ave and N Park Pl - The grocery outlet I always use to save on groceries when I am in Glendale. Well worth the trip, the prices of groceries here are astonishing when you consider that many are major name brands. And, you can often find specialty items. Not many grocery outlet stores can double as a specialty grocery store. I also like the speedy checkout time and the fact the checkers usually remember me with a smile.
3 Dec 2011
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*******www.benevic****/ This video discusses food prices and the daily food cost of the Bene Victus diet vs. the USDA's moderate cost diet. The Bene Victus diet includes 5 spreadsheets which compare food costs at the four leading supermarket chains for the foods on the Bene Victus diet. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet (for sale for $17) at *******www.benevic****/. Transcript: One goal of the Bene Victus diet (from the Latin bene victus meaning healthy food) is to recommend foods that are affordable. Supermarkets offer a great many foods that are high in calories and low in nutrition and that contribute to the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and chronic disease. However, supermarkets also offer an amazing variety of fresh and frozen whole foods that are high in nutrients and low in calories and that are available at low prices compared to food prices in many parts the world. The Bene Victus diet could save you more than its $17 cost in the first week that the diet is followed and every week thereafter. According to the USDA, the cost of a nutritious diet eaten at home based on their moderate-cost plan for a household of 2 consisting of a male and female between the ages of 19 and 50 is $9.62 per person per day. The daily cost of the Bene Victus diet in late 2011 is about $7.00, a daily savings of $2.62 and a weekly savings of over $18. The foods are purchased from the four largest supermarket chains in the United States: Wal-Mart, Kroger (which goes by different names in different regions), Costco and Safeway. The Bene Victus diet offers a convenient program of high-nutrient whole foods that can be varied with many alternate fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes and nuts. By picking the right foods when you shop, you can enjoy a diet that is healthy, delicious and satisfying, very quick and easy to prepare and also affordable. Learn more about the Bene Victus diet at *******www.benevic****.
3 Jan 2012
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