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    Default B B 's Grocery Outlet in Pa

    New store for scratch and dent in Pa, new to me anyway.


    BB's Grocery Outlet - Off the Beaten Path

    BB's Grocery Outlet in Quarryville, PA


    Really worth the trip. Today I bought

    ~tortillas. regular and low carb 4/$1
    ~canned sausage, breakfast. 60 cents a can
    ~stewed tomatoes 3/$1
    ~boxes of dried hummus 50 cents
    ~boxes of dried refried beans 50 cents
    ~boxes of dried falafel mix 50
    ~canned pumpkin 50 cents
    ~pumpkin bread kits $1.50
    ~whole grain muffin mixes with canned fruit 75 cents
    ~varieties of mustard 30 and 50 cents
    ~jars of mayo 90 cents

    Most of it was natural, or organic

    I also bought poison ivy wash and treatment. If I had bought it at the store it would have been $120. I paid $15 for them. This is going to be great come Summer. Every single year my boys manage to get covered in poison. Costs us a fortune to treat, now we are prepared.

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    That is awesome Polly
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    Wow, such healthy items and the prices unbelievably low. So happy that you found this store. It sure does help you to stretch the grocery dollars. WTG on the medicines too!

    A2M

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    Sounds interesting.Too bad I don't travel to Coatsville and Kennett Sq. anymore.

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    Congrats Polly. Love finding a new cheap stuff source. And yes every year we get it off the dogs fur. They run thru the brush,we get itchy!lol

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    That should really help on your grocery and medical bill. What I had to get use to is if you find a good deal stock up , they probably won't have it next time you go there. WTG!!
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    That's exactly what my friend said Pinetree. She said if you see a deal, snap it up and buy plenty. And this really will help with medical costs. Poison Ivy medicine is crazy expensive. Even calamine lotion which used to be just a few dollars is over $10 here now! That seems just so wrong.

    Thanks Imagine

    Sorry Ssindi, well if you're ever out that way it's worth checking out.

    A2M, I was amazed by all the healthy food too. I can't tell you how happy this made me! Thanks

    Thanks FW, this is the best place I think I've ever found. I used to go to a salvage place years ago, but they closed. Food thrifts came to our area, and while less than the grocery (gotta know your prices) on a lot of things, it's not like salvage.

    And the poison on the dog's fur

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    Polly-I forgot if you have a dollar store but ours has calamine lotion. And yes my left arm is scarred rather nicely because it took awhile to figure that one out. I thought it was eczema.

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