We've all been scrubbing surfaces, washing our hands, and social distancing in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. You have to eat, but it's likely that can of soup you just bought has been touched by several people before you brought it home - how do you make sure it's clean?
Do you absolutely hate grocery shopping? Don't you wish you could order all the stuff you need in advance, and then just go pick it up? Well, Hannaford Supermarkets on Commercial Drive in New Hartford is revolutionizing the grocery shopping experience. You can soon get everything you need without ever leaving your car. It's called Hannaford To Go, and it's arriving later this Fall.
Hannaford is raising the bar when it comes to making shopping for Summer convenient. This year, the supermarket chain has developed a new type of grocery bag that is blue in color. This bag is specifically used for putting your frozen and refrigerated food items. I discovered the benefits of this during my Mother's Day cookout shopping.
We are all looking to save money and one way to do it is to buy in bulk. However, buying in quantity is not always the best way to go depending on the product. Here is a list of things to buy and not to buy in bulk.
I don't know about you, but the chore I hate the most is grocery shopping! From going to the store, trying to find a parking spot, getting everything you need, hauling it all in the house AND then putting it away. But the actually shopping is the worst part. If you're lucky enough to be in the grocery store when it's empty, it isn't so bad. But, that's NEVER the case when I go and I run into or
You might not find that your grocery shopping tab isn't going up as dramatically as some reports say but you may notice that your bag of goods isn't as heavy as it used to be. The reason? Food retailers are maintaining their prices on some goods but lessening the product size. We found a few examples courtesy of "Consumer Reports" magazine.