Where to Find Fresh Bread in the Grocery Store

Where to find bread in the grocery store

The pleasant smell from hot dough is unarguably incomparable. If you’ve tasted such fresh bread you can never go back, or so they say. Perhaps, you are hoping to grab some oven-hot loaves from the grocery store yourself, otherwise you won’t be reading this post now. As you read on, you’ll learn what aisles to … Read more

Where to find wheat bread in the grocery store

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Whole wheat bread is made using wheat flour, which can be partly or entirely milled from wheat grains. It’s the better alternative to white bread as it contains a higher amount of fiber with protein, and less calories. Basically, it’s the bread you want to root for if you’re trying to maintain a healthy diet. … Read more

Where to Find Breadcrumbs in The Grocery Store? 

Where are breadcrumbs in a grocery store? 

I’ve written everything thing you need to know about aisles and sections you can find breadcrumbs in grocery stores. First, you will find breadcrumbs is in the baking aisle. The spice aisle is another likely section to check.  Breadcrumbs are also stocked in the bread aisle. Depending on the breadcrumb type, you might find the … Read more

Meal Planning 101: Simplify your grocery shopping routine

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Healthy meal planning is often overlooked, but it can be a life changer. Without a meal calendar, you risk impulse buying and spending on items you don’t need. But when you have an organized food time table, you know what next you’re going to eat, which is also good if you hate racking your brain … Read more

Where to find Cornstarch in grocery store

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Cornstarch, often mistaken for cornflour, is a white powder that comes from grinding only the endosperm of a corn. This part of the corn doesn’t have fiber, protein, or fat, and is mostly starchy. Meanwhile, cornflour comes from grinding the entire corn kernel and contains fiber, protein, and even starch.  Cornstarch is usually white, while … Read more

Where to find Jackfruit in grocery store

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Jackfruit is mostly cultivated in tropical regions, and has Asian origins. The fruit is green when it is unripe, and then transforms to a yellow-brown color when it’s mature. It also has a round-ish shape, and can weigh up to 55 pounds. Like most fruits, you can eat jackfruit raw or blend it into smoothies, yogurt, … Read more

Where to find Burritos in grocery stores near you

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Burritos are Mexican snacks commonly made with cheeses, rice, lettuce, guacamole, salsa, and sour cream folded into a tortilla wrap. You can eat it with your hands like shawarma or burgers, or with a knife and fork if your burrito is covered with a sauce.  Since burritos are prepared snacks, you can’t just grab them … Read more

Does Shoprite take EBT?

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Shoprite accepts Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards for both online and in-store purchases. You can buy eligible grocery items from the store’s mobile app or website. While you can’t use your card to pay for service or delivery charges, you can use it to pay for the items you add to your virtual cart. The … Read more

What are the different sections of a grocery store & common aisles?

What Are the Different Sections of a Grocery Store

The layout of grocery stores change regularly. While this change helps to keep aisles organized and help customers locate products easily, it is also a strategy to boost sales. Think of it as a mouse in the maze. Retailers trap you within their matrix untill you have to buy something you didn’t plan for before … Read more

What can you buy with food stamps: List of approved items

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In our previous post, you got to see what food stamps are and how they work. You get an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) once you become eligible for SNAP benefits, and are able to buy groceries. But the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which provides benefits and funds your EBT card, has specified what you … Read more