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Big Game Headquarters
CONCORD FOODS

Guacamole Mix
YOUR CHOICE! 1.2 OZ.

88
SMALL CREAMY

¢
EA.

Chicken Leg Quarters

Hass Avocados

41
FOR

$

35
LB. LB.

¢
LB.
LB.

FROZEN, SOLD IN NET WEIGHT 10 LB. BAG AT $3.50 EACH. LIMIT 1 PKG. PER FAMILY WITH $10 ADD’L. PURCHASE PLEASE. EXCLUDES BEER, WINE OR CIGARETTES. ADD’L. QTY. 69¢ LB. OR $6.90 EA.

FAMILY PACK

JUMBO PACK! FRESH

Country Style Pork Ribs

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast

$ 47
JUMBO PACK!

1

$ 77
JUMBO PACK! BEEF

1

Bufalo Wings
HEAT ‘N EAT

$ 99
CALIFORNIA SWEET

2

$ 99
LB.
GARDEN FRESH

Skirt Steak for Fajitas

3

Baby Carrots 16 OZ.

Crisp Celery

99 99 1
EA.

¢
EA.
CONCORD FOODS

99
Potato Topping
YOUR CHOICE! 1.1 OZ.

¢
EA.

GARDEN FRESH

Red & Ripe Roma Tomatoes

88

¢
EA.

Russet Baking Potatoes

¢
LB.

3 99
LBS.
HINES

¢

LOCALLY GROWN

Jacket Caulilower

Jumbo Viginia Peanuts ROASTED OR SALTED, 10 OZ.

$ 99
750 ML. ALL VARIETIES

99
7.9 TO 8.3 LBS. ALL VARIETIES

¢
EA.

Ooh LaLa Wine

Parade Charcoal

Heinz Simply Heinz or Tomato Ketchup
34 TO 38 OZ.

25
FOR

$

$ 99

1

$ 79

EA.

1

EA.

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops or Apple Jacks
BONUS PACK 14.7 TO 18 OZ.

Lipton Instant Iced Tea Mix
74.2 OZ.

$ 99

2

$ 99 Red Baron Classic & Thin Crust Pizza

EA.

3

EA.

15.77 TO 22.63 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

25
FOR

$

Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits
8 COUNT ALL VARIETIES

Kraft Shredded Cheese or Crumbles Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets
12 COUNT ALL VARIETIES 5 TO 8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

© PRINTED BY ADIMPACT 713-746-5711

99
PRICES GOOD JAN. 29 THRU FEB. 04, 2014
SUN M TU W TH F SAT

¢
EA.

$ 99

8

$ 69

EA.

1

EA.

29 02 03 04

30

31

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MONEY ORDER

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WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
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U.S.D.A. Poultry
Fresh Chicken Leg Quarters Fresh Jumbo Chicken Drumsticks
FAMILY PACK

88
FAMILY PACK

JUMBO PACK!

¢
LB.
JUMBO PACK!

77
99
¢
LB.

¢
LB.
LB.

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Tenders Seasoned Chicken Drumsticks or Leg Quarters

$ 88

1

Whole Large Chicken Hens

$ 19

LB.

1

Corn Fed Pork
Fresh Pork Neck Bones

88
Pork Steak
FAMILY PACK

JUMBO PACK!

St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs

¢
JUMBO PACK!

$ 99
LB.

LB.

2

Assorted Pork Chops

Whole Boston Butt Pork Roast

$ 69

1

$ 99

LB.

1

$ 59

LB.

1

LB.

Seafood Specials
Diamond Reef Swai Fillets Catish Nuggets
FAMILY PACK

$ 99

2 LB. BAG

5

$ 39

EA.

2

LB.

Sea Best Cooked Shrimp

Sea Best Raw White Shrimp

$ 99

70/90 COUNT 1 LB. BAG

7

$

EA.

6

60/70 COUNT 1 LB. BAG

Diamond Reef Tilapia Fillets
2 LB. BAG

99
EA.

$ 77

6

EA.

Blue Ribbon Beef
Lean Meaty Beef Finger Ribs
JUMBO PACK!

Beef Oxtails

$ 39

1

$ 99

LB.

3

LB.

Chuck Steak

FAMILY PACK BLADE CUT, BONE-IN

Seven Bone Beef Chuck Roast

Beef Rib Steak
JUMBO PACK! BONE-IN

$ 99

2

$ 39

LB.

3

$ 99

LB.

3

LB.

Deli Savings
American Finest Sandwich Slices
16 SLICES

Fast Bites Single Serve Sandwiches
4.9 TO 5.5 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Foster Farms Wings
HOT/SPICY, HONEY BBQ OR CHIPOTLE 28 OZ.

99
Papa Feliz Cooked Chicken Breast Strips
GREAT FOR SALADS OR FAJITAS

¢
EA.

55
FOR

$

$ 99
EA.

4

JUMBO PACK!

Big Easy Single Serve Cajun Entrees 12 OZ.
ALL VARIETIES

Cacique Ranchero Queso Fresco
1 KILO, 35.2 OZ.

$ 99
LB.

4

25
FOR

$

$ 99
EA.

7

Special Features
Cacique Chorizo
SOY, BEEF OR PORK 10 OZ.

Bar-S Corn Dogs
FAMILY PACK 3 LB. BOX

Tex’s Rope Smoked Sausage
2.25 LBS. FAMILY PACK HOT OR MILD

45
FOR

$

$ 99

3

EA.

25
FOR

$

Tex’s Salt Pork Chunk
12 OZ.

Cedar Creek Breaded Chicken Tenders, Patties, Nuggets, Rings or Fries
2 LB. BAG

Ball Park Fully Cooked Beef Patties

REGULAR, WITH ONION OR WITH CHEESE 18 OZ.

$ 99

2

$ 99
BUFFALO WINGS, 2 LB. BAG... $5.99 EA.

EA.

3

$ 99

EA.

5

EA.

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Bar-S Features
Bar-S Franks
MEAT, CHICKEN OR TURKEY 12 OZ.

Hormel
Hormel Little Sizzlers
12 OZ. PKG.

Bar-S 4X6 Sliced Cooked Ham
1 LB. PKG.

88

¢

EA.

$ 99
EA.

2

23
FOR

$

Bar-S Sliced Chopped Ham
12 OZ. PKG.

Bar-S Sliced Meat Salami
12 OZ.

Hormel Ham Patties
12 OZ. CAN

Bar-S Sliced Meat Bologna
12 OZ. PKG.

1 $ 09 1
EA. EA.

$ 99

Bar-S Jumbo Meat Franks
1 LB. PKG.

1 $ 29 1
EA. EA. FAMILY PACK ORIGINAL 42 OZ.

$ 29

$ 00

2

EA.

Hormel Smoked Pork Chops
BONE-IN 15 OZ.

$ 77

4

EA.

Hillshire Farm
Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunchmeats
ULTRA THIN SLICED MESQUITE TURKEY BREAST, SMOKED HAM, HONEY HAM OR HONEY TURKEY 9 OZ. TUBS

Eckrich-Armour
Eckrich Smoked Sausage

Blue Ribbon
Blue Ribbon Stack Pack Sliced Bacon
1.5 LBS. HICKORY OR PEPPERED

$ 99

2
FOR

$ 99

EA.

Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage
ORIGINAL, BEEF OR TURKEY 13 & 14 OZ.

Eckrich Beef Smoked Sausage Blue Ribbon Smoked Sausage Links ORIGINAL, HOT OR GARLIC
FAMILY PACK 39 OZ. 14 OZ.

5
35 OZ.

EA.

2 5
Hillshire Farm Lit’l Smokies
ORIGINAL, BEEF OR TURKEY 13 & 14 OZ.

$

Armour Original Meatballs

2 5
FOR

$

6 $ 99 4
EA. EA. EA.

$ 99

6 $ 2 5
FOR

$ 77
EA.

Texas Traditions Premium Smoked Sausage
14 OZ. ALL ROPE OR LINK VARIETIES

$ 77

3

EA.

Delimex
Delimex Beef, Chicken or Pork Taquitos
25 OZ.

Holmes
Holmes Smokehouse Pecan Smoked Sausage
ALL 12-14 OZ. ROPE VARIETIES EXCLUDING BEEF OR SAUSAGE ON A STICK

Rath-John Morrell
Rath Hot Dogs
12 OZ. MEAT OR MESQUITE

$ 99
EA.

4

Holmes Smokehouse Sliced Bacon
FAMILY PACK 2.5 LBS.

Delimex Beef Soft Tacos
24 OZ.

2 $ 99 11
EA. VALUE PACK ORIGINAL, 42 OZ. EA.

$ 99

Rath Sliced Bacon

HICKORY OR MAPLE 12 OZ.

1 $ 99 2
EA. EA.

$ 00

MORRELL 50% LOWER SODIUM SLICED BACON...12 OZ. $2.99 EA.

Holmes Smokehouse Sausage Rings

John Morrell Smoked Sausage

$ 99
EA.

4

Holten
Holten Tender & Juicy Beef Patties
BACON/CHEDDAR OR VIDALIA ONION 2 LB. BOX

7 Jennie-O 1

$ 99
14 OZ. EXTRA LEAN

$ 00

ORIGINAL OR HOT 9 OZ.

1

EA.

Pilgrim’s
Pilgrim’s Breaded Chicken Nuggets or Patties
4 LB. BAG

Jennie-O Smoked Turkey Sausage

$ 77

6

$ 88
EA.

$ 99

EA.

Holten Angus Beef Patties
2 LB. BOX

Jennie-O Jumbo Turkey Franks
3 LB. FAMILY PACK

9

EA.

Pilgrim’s Blazin’ Wings
3 LB. BAG

Holten Quarter Pound Beef Patties
1.5 LB. BOX

7 $ 99 3
EA. EA.

$ 99

$ 99

2

$ 77

EA.

9

EA.

Jennie-O Sliced Turkey Bacon
12 OZ. EXTRA LEAN

Pilgrim’s Bufalo Wings
3 LB. BAG

23
FOR

$

$

11

99
EA.

Oscar Mayer
Oscar Mayer Sliced Meat Bologna or Salami

Johnsonville

67th St. Sweet Baby Ray’s

Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Links 67th St. Sweet Baby Ray’s Pork

23
FOR

$

1 LB.

Oscar Mayer Premium Sliced Bacon
1 LB.

Johnsonville Italian Sausage
MILD OR HOT 19 OZ.

$ 99

4

EA.

Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners
1 LB.

Johnsonville Bratwurst

23
FOR

$

2 $ 99 3 $ 99 3
EA. EA. EA.

$ 77

ORIGINAL OR MAPLE 12 OZ.

$ 99
EA.

16 OZ. SHREDDED OR SLICED SHOULDER WITH SAUCE

67th St. Sweet Baby Ray’s Sliced Brisket
16 OZ. WITH SAUCE

67th St. Sweet Baby Ray’s St. Louis Spareribs
24 OZ. HALF SLAB

ORIGINAL OR BEER/BRATS 19 OZ.

3 $ 39 5 $ 99 6
EA.
EA.
012914 STORE FOODARAMA PG 3

Dairy and Frozen
Eggo Wales & Pancakes
10.7 TO 14.8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Daisy Sour Cream
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 99
EA.

1

23
FOR

$

DiGiorno 12” Pizza
ALL VARIETIES

Borden Milk
GALLON ALL VARIETIES

29
FOR

$

$

3 1

99
EA.

T.G.I. Friday’s Appetizers
8 TO 11 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Heluva Good Dip
12 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$

2

49
EA.

$ 19
EA.

Bagel Bites
7 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

23
FOR

$

19 TO 32 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Ore-Ida Potatoes

25
FOR

$

Don Miguel & El Charrito Appetizers or Tacos
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 99

2 2 2 1

EA.

Minute Maid Premium Orange Juice
59 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

10 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Bacardi Mixers

$ 99

1

Minute Maid Premium Fruit Punch
128 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 99

EA.

2

$ 99
EA.

EA.

Blue Bonnet Spread
45 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 49

2

Red Diamond Tea
GALLON ALL VARIETIES

$ 09

EA.

2 1

EA.

36 TO 40 COUNT ALL VARIETIES

Totino’s Pizza Rolls

$ 99
EA.

Blue Bell Homemade Cups
12 PACK ALL VARIETIES

Oak Farms Choco Loco
GALLON

$ 99

3

Oak Farms Sour Cream
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 39
EA.

$ 99
EA.

EA.

Gorton’s Grilled Tilapia
6.3 OZ.
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

$ 99

2

Gorton’s Crispy Battered Fish Fillet or Crunchy Breadded Fish Fillet
11.4 OZ.
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

$ 99

EA.

2

Gorton’s Fish Sticks
18 COUNT
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

$ 49

EA.

2

EA.

Florida’s Natural Growers Premium Orange Juice
89 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt
5.3 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$
012914 STORE FOODARAMA PG 4

3

99
EA.

99

¢
EA.

Grocery
Kraft Velveeta Shells or Deluxe Mac & Cheese Kraft BBQ Sauce
17.5 TO 18 OZ. ALL VARIETIES 10 TO 14 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 88
EA.

1

69
Community Cofee

¢
EA.

Kraft Salad Dressing
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

12 OZ. GABLE BAG ALL VARIETIES

$ 69
EA.

1

$ 99
EA.

3

Rotel Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies
10 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Planters Peanuts
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

89
Kraft Mac & Cheese
7.25 OZ.

¢
EA.

$ 99
EA.

2

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip
30 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

99
A1 Steak Sauce
10 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

¢
EA.

25
FOR

$

Act ll Microwave Popcorn
6 COUNT ALL VARIETIES

David Sunlower Seeds
5.25 OZ.

25
FOR

$

25
FOR

$

88 2 1
Hormel Chili

¢
EA.

McCormick Chili Mix
REGULAR & MILD 1.25 OZ.

McCormick Taco Mix
REGULAR & MILD 1.25 TO 1.5 OZ.

Dukes Mayonnaise
REGULAR OR LIGHT 32 OZ.

21
FOR

$

31
FOR

$

$ 49
EA.
15 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Gebhardt Refried Beans
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce
17 TO 18 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

69
12 OZ.
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

¢
EA.

99
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

¢
EA.

$ 49
EA.

Hatch Nacho Sliced Jalapeños

Hatch Tomatoes with Green Chilies
10 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Vlasic Relish
10 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 39

1

EA.

2 88
FOR

¢
Snicker’s, M&M Peanut, Twix, Milky Way, M&M’s Milk or 3 Musketeers
SINGLE BARS

99
$
15 OZ.

¢
EA.

Vlasic Spears
24 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Vlasic Dill Stackers
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 99

1

$ 99

EA.

1

EA.

21
FOR

Crunch ‘Munch Butter Tofee
3.5 OZ.

Wolf Plain Chili

79

¢
EA.

99

¢
EA.

012914 STORE FOODARAMA PG 5

Beer and Wine
Michelob Ultra, Bud Lt. Lime, Bud Lt. Platinum or Bud Black Crown
12 PACK LNNR

Ooh LaLa Wines
750 ML. ALL VARIETIES

$
Sam Adams
12 PACK CANS & LNNR ALL VARIETIES

11

69
EA.

25
$
FOR

6 PACK LNNR & CANS ALL VARIETIES

Shiner Bock

Miller Lite, Genuine Draft, MGD 64 Coors Light or Coors Banquet
12 PACK LNNR OR CANS

Miller High Life or Keystone Light
18 PACK CANS

$

12

99
EA.

$ 99

5

$ 99

EA.

9

$

EA.

10

69
EA.

Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite or Coors Light
6 PACK 16 OZ. CANS

$ 99
EA.

5

Bud Light
8 PACK / 16 OZ. ALUMINUM BOTTLE

Saint Arnold

$ 99
EA.

9
9

$ 99
EA.

6 PACK LNNR ALL VARIETIES

5

Barefoot Wine
Budweiser, Bud Light or Bud Select
20 PACK CANS OR LNNR

Keystone Light, Miller High Life or Milwaukee’s Best
REG. OR LIGHT 6 PACK / 16 OZ. CANS

$

16

49
EA.

$ 99

4

REGULAR & LIGHT 12 PACK CANS OR LNNR

Tecate

750 ML. ALL VARIETIES (BUBBLY NOT INCLUDED)

$ 99
EA.

$ 99

EA.

5

EA.

Bread and Snacks
Doritos
10 TO 11.5 OZ. ALL VARIETIES
Calidad Tortilla Chips
12 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Guerrero Fresqui-Ricas Flour Tortillas

23
$
FOR
16 COUNT

Lay’s Potato Chips

Guerrero White Corn Tortillas
80 COUNT

Tostitos Queso Dip

Tostitos Cantina

$ 99
EA.

1

15 OZ. JAR ALL VARIETIES

$ 99
EA.

2

1 $ 2 5 $ 2 5
$ 99
EA.
9.5 TO 10.5 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

FOR

9 TO 12 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

FOR

Sabritas Brand Chips
6.5 TO 9.25 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Lay’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips

Nabisco Ritz Crackers

$ 99

1

EA.

Nabisco Snack Crackers
3.5 TO 9.1 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

7 TO 8.5 OZ. ALL VARIEITES

25 1 Frito-Lay Multi-Packs
$
FOR

9.5 TO 13.7 OZ. ALL VARIEITES

$ 99
EA.

Baked & Sun Chips

ALL VARIETIES 18 TO 20 CT. BAG

Keebler Club Crackers
12.7 TO 14 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 99
EA.
012914 STORE FOODARAMA PG 6

4

Keebler Townhouse Crackers
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

2 $ 2 5 $ 88 2 $ 88 2
$ 49
EA.
6.25 TO 8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

FOR

EA.

EA.

Beverages
Stars & Stripes

Dr Pepper
6 PACK .5 LITER BOTTLES ALL VARIETIES

12 PACK 12 OZ. CANS ALL VARIETIES

5 10 $ 99 1
$
FOR

4 10
FOR

$

Snapple

64 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Glaceau Vitamin Water

EA.

Deja Blue Water
24 PACK .5 LTR. BTLS.

$ 99

4

EA.

20 OZ. BOTTLES ALL VARIETIES

55
$
FOR

Dr Pepper
2 LITER BOTTLES ALL VARIETIES

Powerade
32 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

99
2
$

¢
EA.

Dr Pepper 10
2 LITER BOTTLES ALL VARIETIES

Coca-Cola
6 PACK / .5 LTR. BTLS. ALL VARIETIES

79
Dasani Water
24 PACK .5 LTR. BTLS.

¢
EA.

88
2 LITER BOTTLES ALL VARIETIES

¢
EA.

$ 99
EA.

Coca-Cola

Topo Chico Mineral Water
6 PACK

$ 99

3

EA.

35 3
$
FOR

$ 99
EA.

12 PACK / 12 OZ. CANS ALL VARIETIES

Coca Cola

3 12
FOR

Ultimate Texas Crock-Pot Queso
1 - 16 oz Pork roll sausage 1 - 32 oz Kraft Velveeta Cheese 2 - 10 oz cans Rotel Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies, undrained 1 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce (optional) 3 tbsp. Mayonnaise (optional) 1 - 8oz brick Kraft Philadelphia Cream cheese, softened *for extra spice, add one 4.5 oz can chopped green chilies, undrained For easy clean up, use a Crock-Pot liner

1. Cube Velveeta and cream cheese 2. Add Velveeta, cream cheese, and 2 cans of Rotel tomatoes to crock-pot; turn on high. If using additional green chilies, add now. Stir frequently. 3. Brown and crumble sausage in a skillet, drain and add to the Crock-Pot; add Worcestershire sauce and mayonnaise to Crock-Pot and stir well. 4. Cook for 30 minutes to an hour on high, stirring frequently, until melted. 5. Turn heat to low and enjoy If using stove top: 1. Cube Velveeta & cream cheese, leave cream cheese to soften 2. Brown and crumble sausage in a skillet, drain and set aside 3. Place Velveeta, cream cheese and Rotel tomatoes in a 4qt saucepan. If using additional green chilies, add now. 4. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes while stirring frequently. Add sausage, Worcestershire sauce and mayonnaise to cheese mixture, stir well until thoroughly heated.

Home Care
Viva Big Roll Paper Towels
SINGLE ROLL ALL VARIETIES

Clorox Bleach
55 TO 64 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

$ 79

1

$ 99

EA.

1

EA.

Hefty One Zip Sandwich Bags
35 COUNT

Hefty Easy Grip Cups
18 OZ. 30 COUNT

Hefty Plates
50 COUNT

$ 49
Chinet All Occasions Napkins
90 COUNT

1

EA.

23
FOR

$

23
FOR

$

Chinet Cut Crystal Tumbler
18 & 25 COUNT

Kingford Charcoal
15.7 TO 16.6 LBS. ALL VARIETIES

WITH IN-STORE COUPON

88

¢
EA.

$ 99
WITH IN-STORE COUPON

1

$ 99

EA.

7

EA.

012914 STORE FOODARAMA PG 7

Dairy and Frozen
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese

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Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese
Kraft Dips
16 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Kraft Velveeta Cheese

Kraft Shredded Cheese or Crumbles

1 $ 49 5 $ 69 1
EA.
ORIGINAL 32 OZ. EA.

$ 49

REGULAR & LIGHT 8 OZ. BRICK

$ 99

REGULAR 8 OZ.

2

EA.

Jell-O Ready-To-Eat Pudding & Gelatin
4 PACK ALL VARIETIES

Kraft Cheesecake Filling
24 OZ.

Kraft Chunk Cheese
8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

5 TO 8 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

Kraft American Singles
12 OZ.

EA.

1 $ 99 1 $ 99 1
EA.
EA.

$ 99
6.4 OZ. ALL VARIETIES

1 $ 99 3
EA. EA.

$ 99

Kraft Cheese Cubes

Kraft Cheez Whiz

EA.

25 $ 69 3
FOR
ORIGINAL 15 OZ.

$

EA.

Fresh Produce

GARDEN FRESH

Chayote Squash

59 99 2
EA.

¢
GARDEN FRESH

LB.

Tomatillos

69 2

¢
LB.

GARDEN FRESH HOT & SPICY

Jalapeño Peppers

79 1
EA.

¢
LB.

GARDEN FRESH

Calabacita Squash

89 1

¢
LB.

Your Choice
COUNTRY FRESH

GARDEN FRESH

Poblano Peppers

¢
LB.

LUPITA’S

Fresh Pico de Gallo
14 OZ.

$ 39
EA.

Fajita Mix, Sliced Yellow Onions or Cut Diced Green Onions
7 TO 8 OZ.

Your Choice
Calavo Guacamole Caliente Authentic or Pico
8 OZ.

$ 99

$ 99
EA.

Your Choice
NATURALLY FRESH

Your Choice
FOODARAMA

$ 99

Veggie Tray
50 OZ.

$ 99

Dips
15.5 OZ.

Fruit Tray
80 OZ.

9 1

SWEET

EA.

Large Navel Oranges

58 58
¢
EXTRA FANCY CRISP

EA.

Large Gala Apples

¢
EA.

TEXAS

Large Ruby Red Grapefruit

88 2

¢
EA.

Your Choice
SWEET

Large Cantaloupe

$ 98

1

FRESH

EA.

Bunch Spinach

$ 39
EA.

RED OR GREEN

$ 39

Swiss Chard

1

MARIE’S

EA.

Salad Dressing
12 OZ.

$ 99

2

FRESH EXPRESS

EA.

Garden Salad
24 OZ.

$ 99
EA.

Fresh Flowers and Plants

Assorted Flowers

$ 99

3

EA.

3 Stem Rose Bouquet

$ 99

3

EA.

Mixed Bouquet

$

10

99
EA.

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