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grapefruit 8/.88
fuji apples .88/lb
lettuce .88
sweet potatoes .88/lb
yellow squash/zuchinni .88/lb
navel oranges .69/lb

boneless skinless chicken 1.69/lb
sweet potatoes .69/lb
C&H sugar 2.19
Blue Bell - 2.98!!!!! $1 coupon HERE
KC master piece BBQ sauce .79

Tom Thumb
Thursday only - fresh pineapple .99
Nabisco crackers 1.88 - I've seen $1/2 tearpads at brookshires.

strawberries 1.88/ea.
sweet potatoes .57/lb
kraft BBQ 1.00
Starburst jelly beans 1.88 - use $1/2 insert coupon = $1.38/bag
Birds-eye frozen veggies 1.00 - use $1/3 insert coupon = .67/bag
sister shubert rolls 2.50 - use .50/1 insert coupon doubled = 1.50/ea.
organic gala apples 1.00/lb
broccoli crowns 1.25/lb
corn on the cob .34/ea.

split chicken breasts 1.09/lb (this is ON the bone)
del monte veggies (cans) 5/$3
Jimmy dean sausage! 2.50/ea. - use $1/2 coupon from this weeks coupons = $2/roll (I love jimmy dean and $2 is a good price to buy)
betty crocker cake mix 1.00
blue bonnet stick margarine .59
oven pride 12 ct brown and serve rolls .99
sweet potatoes .89/lb


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