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Grocery Bargains (Open Discussion)

From: Don R.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 7:37 AM
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Tamara writes:

I am new to this group and following the conversation about discount food. I cannot agree that Aldi and Wal mart are the same as Giant. Although food may have the same packaging doesn't mean it comes from the same place. Recently, I purchased some juice from the super wal mart and noticed the country of origin label said made in china. The exact same juice (brand, size, etc) in the food market was stamped made in Chile. For that reason I don't trust food manufacturers and especially not food in wal mart. I am looking for other ways to save, but on quality food.


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