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Thread: Slvage Stores in Texas
01-08-2009, 01:00 PM #1
Slvage Stores in Texas
Has anyone checked any of these out? Are they worth a drive if we live farther out? I am in Roanoke and the Cleburne one would be the closest. Anybody from Cleburne, Joshua, Burleson or S Fort Worth want to check it out and let me know what they think?
Thanks in advance!!
*** The below list is copied from sdrjeolsen's post:
[ame="https://www.frugalvillage.com/forums/showthread.php?t=97055"]Salvage Grocery list by state - Frugal Village Forums[/ame]
Amarillo, Panhandle Salvage Store, 5811 South Western Street 806-358-3886
Channelview, S & C Surplus, 15703 Market Street 281-860-0055
Cleburne, Healthy Savings Discount Grocery, 1206 East Henderson 817-556-0713
Dayton, K & D Discount Grocery, 113 Bryan St. 936-258-0032
Hardin, Country Discount Grocery, Highway 146 at County Road 2010 936-298-9282
Hemphill, Adkins Salvage Grocery, Fm 83 409-787-4130
Houston, Capital Sales Damaged Freight Groceries, 5701 Almeda Rd 713-522-0285
Houston, Capital Sales Damaged Freight Groceries, 4663 Telephone Rd 713-649-8658
Houston, Jimmy Poole Grocery, 11658 Homestead Rd 281-442-0512
Kountze, West Discount and Salvage Grocery, 710 South Pine Street 409-246-8541
Thorndale, L & L Food Salvage & Merchandise, 109 South Main Street 512-898-2960
01-10-2009, 11:42 PM #2
I've been wondering about this myself. I'm also in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, and I cannot believe there is not a discount grocery anywhere here? Big Lots is the only place I know of that has grocery items, but it's mostly processed junk. I don't think I'd ever drive to Cleburne just to check this out.
01-11-2009, 06:01 PM #3
Well, I am going tomorrow with my sister-in-law. I figure, worst case scenario, I loose a nap time as my kids sleep in the car. Best case, the kids and I have fun chatting away with aunt/SIL and I find tons of great deals on food and they have our size of diapers. I'll let you know if it is worth the drive. It is over an hour for me.
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01-12-2009, 03:59 PM #4
It was a bust, well, if you are really into organic or gluten-free food it might be worth the drive, but if you eat average food it was a waste of time and gas. Also, it was pretty small - like a largish garage size.
Where do you find discount groceries? All I know about is Walmart - I grew up with an Aldi's but can't find one around here. Do you know of anything?
01-12-2009, 10:06 PM #5
Rachel, I pm'd you.
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