My Food Storage Deals: Amazing savings!!

Amazing savings!!

>> Monday, March 9, 2009

Check out my 'loot' this week! We were on a vacation last week and I came home to an empty fridge. I have to say, I LOVE My Food Storage Deals (soon to be Deals to Meals :)...I know it is my company, but I love it :) I came home from our trip (I acctually price matched at Walmart in St. George and fed our family of 6 for $50 for 4 days!), printed off my grocery list and tips of the week, went to Walmart and got ALL of these groceries for just over $130! My meals were planned for me and the grocery list made shopping easy! (I can add my own testimonial, right??) I saved nearly 50% on many of the items and now have my produce and food for the next 7 meals (about 1 1/2 weeks for me). I also stocked up on food storage items--salsa, soups, and pasta)

Use the coupon on to save on your progresso soups to make them .60-$1 each (If you can't find the coupons under that address, search in Google 'Progresso Soup Coupon Bricks Coupon' and it will come up (it is for $1 and $2 off). These are great to have in your storage for a quick meal in an emergency, or for your 72 hour kit.

Here is what I got for just over $130:
10 lbs. butter
17 lbs. Tyson All Natural Chicken Breasts
6 lbs. 90% lean hamburger
18 jars of Taco Bell Salsa (from a rain check last month)
12 cans of Progresso Soup
13 lbs. of pasta
2 lbs. Kielbasa/Sausages
2 bags tortilla chips
4 lbs. sour cream
2 lbs. cottage cheese
2 Freschetta Frozen Pizzas (my favorite kind!)
10 pkgs. of Flour Tortillas
Produce for this weeks meals: spinach, apples, tomatoes, 10 lbs. potatoes, bananas, celery, cilantro, fresh parsley, 2 lbs. carrots, green pepper, green onions, zucchini, fresh ginger, and 2 lbs. of strawberries.

What a deal!! Would you like to know how to get all of these deals? Become a member TODAY and see how much YOU can save! Sign up at for only $4.95 a month!


Anonymous March 10, 2009 at 4:08 PM  

I signed up for your service 2 months ago, and after the email that got sent out, that I would only be charged $4.95, I got charged 7.95. I can forward you the email if you want.


Anonymous March 10, 2009 at 4:09 PM  

I got charged 7.95 this month for your service instead of the $4.95 a month. :(

just us jones' March 10, 2009 at 11:33 PM  

I love your blog....but sometimes when I see all the things that you buy sometimes for example 5 dozen eggs. I wonder how you keep it good before it expires. I am guess you freeze a lot of it...would you be willing in one of your posts putting a list of items you freeze.

Hinckley Family March 11, 2009 at 3:23 PM  

I was just looking at the meals sheet and noticed that the orange rolls reipie is cut off, can you fix that please, they sound very good.

Rachel Pierce March 11, 2009 at 9:01 PM  

Quick question about your price comparing list that members recieve. On comparing Best, Great, Good prices, are the Best prices better than Costco's normal prices? I think they are, but I just wanted to be sure! Thanks for all you do!

Whitney March 11, 2009 at 9:25 PM  

Hi Shandra, I sent you an email the other week about possibly coming to speak at our Provident Living Fair. It's on Sat. April 18 If this sounds like something you could do would you mind emailing me back at We'd be honored to have you there. Thanks- Whitney

Brooke Flint March 19, 2009 at 9:56 AM  

Hi Shandra
I found out about your blog just before I moved to Idaho from Utah. I really want to sign up, but I am wondering if the deals are the same here, and a few of the grocery stores are different from Utah. Do you think it would be worth it for me?

Rene Azzara August 18, 2009 at 11:53 PM  

We need help in Alaska! :^) Finding decent prices is difficult in the 49th state.

Using the "sale" prices at our local Safeway this week, for $130 - I could get the following:

$25: 2 for 5 - 10 lbs. butter
$44: 10.99 for 4 lbs - 17 lbs. Tyson All Natural Chicken Breasts
$15: 2.49 lb - 6 lbs. 90% lean hamburger
$30: 2 for 5 - 12 cans of Progresso Soup
$7: 2 for 7 - 2 bags tortilla chips
$9: 4.49 ea - 2 Freschetta Frozen Pizzas (my favorite kind!)

That means no produce, or half the items on your list! Our stores don't offer any deals on coupons, such as doubling and the 10 for $10 items common in the lower 48 just aren't a part of our shopping world.

It's tough to shop economically up here!

Hot Deals October 20, 2009 at 12:14 AM  

On comparing Best, Great, Good prices, are the Best prices better than Costco's normal prices? I think they are, but I just wanted to be sure! Thanks for all you do!

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