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Old 03-21-2014, 11:31 AM
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In what city is this located and the name?

I remember it was in the salt lake area, it was a store that sold all the sackfoods that had imperfections and it was all sold for really cheap anyone know where that is and what it is called?
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Old 03-21-2014, 03:42 PM
Location: Salt Lake City/Las Vegas
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Hmmm... that sounds like an old favorite store of mine that was on State Street in Murray. It was called Jobbers Odd Lot and it was outstanding - if you were willing to wade through disorganized and packed aisles.

If it was Jobbers Odd Lot - sorry, that store was torn down over 10 years ago.

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Old 03-21-2014, 07:49 PM
Location: The other side of the mountain
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I know NPS carries items that have imperfections and such. They carry a variety of stuff though, not just snack items. Not sure if that is what you are talking about. How long ago do you remember this store from?
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Old 03-22-2014, 10:59 AM
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When it comes to snack foods being *old*, many grocery stores have a rack somewhere near the back of the store with that kind of stuff.
You'd be surprised what you often *find* there ....

I make my own bread crumbs and other *things* from *old* bread.

About NPS, been there done that, often !
Just make sure the *expiration* date is not too far away or surpassed!
I am also a weekly visitor at the hardware section of NPS (across the road).
Good for office type paper goods.
Once *found* kits for *square foot gardening* stuff for under 5 bucks each !
You can not even buy the wood for those, for that price !

I never buy *frozen stuff* , since I do not know if it was once thawed out and *re-frozen* !
I never buy any canned food that has the slightest dent in it !

Otherwise you have to know what the going price is for each specific item !
Use your smart phone !

I am not a cheapo ! Just being frugal !
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