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Finding Cheaper Produce

You can buy cheaper groceries by going to a farmer's market rather than the grocery store. Amish owned farmer's markets can sometimes be the cheapest. Farmer's markets have fresher fruits than the grocery store. Sometimes they let you pick your own berries and you can come home with a basket full of berries for only a couple of cents.


By Neha from Dayton, Ohio

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August 17, 20060 found this helpful

AMEN ON CHEAPER! And usually healthier too since many of the growers at farmers markets use older techniques that use natural fertilizers and less herbicides. Many of our local producers at the market are using heirloom seeds for many fruits and veggies, and they taste sooooooo much better.

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September 15, 20060 found this helpful

Whether it be a farmer's market, an Amish community selling goods, bartering from a farm family for their goods, or buying from a community road side produce stand, over buying from a grocery store. Cheaper prices are good, but the wonderful taste from fresh, homegrown produce is everything!!

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June 2, 20080 found this helpful

Check your local 99c only stores. Ours has bunches bannanas, bags of carrots and potatoes and a lot of time organic romane lettuce.

There is nothing wrong with them. Best of all they are only 99c!

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