I am new to the Denver area. Does anyone know the location of a good Grocery Salvage Store? I'm sure a town of this size MUST have one somewhere!
Thanks for your reply!
Penny from Denver
I live in Denver also. I shop Sam's, then Walmart Food, then King Soopers. Safeway and Albertsons are both much more expensive. There were a few stores called Save A Lot, but the one by me closed. In the summer, Cherry Creek Shopping Center has a great growers market on Saturday and Wednesday mornings. Good luck and welcome to Denver.
There really aren't any. We used to have Cub Foods, but they closed. Too bad, lots of deals there. Save A Lot sucks, quite frankly. Don't waste your money there! As the adage goes, you get what you pay for, and though their food may be cheaper, it is not good quality.
Don't know how close to Brighton you are, but there is a small salvage store there called Rob's.
You may also try Grocery Warehouse, which is owned by Albertsons, but is less expensive. By the way, it is my understanding that Albertsons was sold a couple of weeks ago.
There is one located at 1550 W. 70th Avenue. Phone: 303-650--7460.
I heard years ago that the reason prices are higher in Colorado is because Colorado is considered a recreation state, hence we are paying resort prices. Could be a fallacy but sounds pretty reasonable to me.
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