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Lee Tiburzi, of Tempe, shops inside a Bashas' store in Tempe on Aug. 4, 2011. [File photo]
Dave Cozad of Colorado Springs stocks up on fruits and vegetables for his mother in Mesa with his grandson Evan on Friday, March 18, 2011, at Superstition Ranch Market in east Mesa.
A worker at the Hostess/Wondery bakery thrift shop in Mesa has to move fast to stock the shelves with bread, March 15, 2011.
The Hostess/Wonder thrift bakery at 816 E. University Drive has become a busy place for large families seeking grocery bargains, a worker said.
Sherry Powers holds three full bags of baked goods that cost her a total of $17 at the Hostess/Wonder thrift bakery on March 15, 2011.
Bernette Burgeson loads up groceries in her car at Fry’s in west Mesa. Burgeson said she is noticing a jump in grocery prices and is using more coupons to save money.
Signs showing bargains at the Superstition Ranch Market in Mesa on Friday, March 18, 2011.
1st place: Fry's Fry's3616 E. Ray Road. (480) 706-0601 www.frysfood.com
1st place: Fry’s / Fry's Marketplace
Fry's (and Fry's Marketplace) earned the title of \"best grocery store.\"
The cost of feeding your family is going up.
Bashas’ is closing a store in Tempe that’s no longer profitable and is facing an expiring lease. The store at the northeast corner of McClintock Drive and Southern Avenue will close Aug. 30, spokeswoman Kristy Nied said.
If you haven’t noticed it already, many of the Target stores in the East Valley are changing to a format that includes more fresh produce and a larger assortment of food.
With a wife and two teenagers, Rafael Andrade says he is doing all he can to combat the rising prices of food and other grocery store commodities.
Through Ahwatukee Preschool, Mountain View Lutheran Church and Disney’s “Give A Day. Get A Disney Day” program, the Rivers family of Ahwatukee Foothills collected 10 bags of groceries to help the United Food Bank in Mesa replenish their shelves for this upcoming Spring season.
From left, Cal (3), Alayna (4) and Isa Rivers (7) are pictured with items they helped collect for the United Food Bank.
Arizona grocery magnate, education advocate, philanthropist, and one-time gubernatorial candidate Eddie Basha, Jr., passed away Tuesday afternoon.
Two high-profile Tempe properties that never met their potential now have new owners who plan to revive them.
A grocery chain planning an Arizona expansion is continuing to sign leases for massive stores across the Valley even as the company says it's not sure when or where it will open shops.
For most of us, grocery shopping is a mindless activity. This is exactly how the grocers like it. The less actual thought you put into buying food, the more you can be manipulated into spending more money. Supermarkets and food manufacturers will do everything within their power to make your wallet lighter. Anything from using creative labeling to make you think you are buying a "healthy" food, to the placement of milk the furthest from the entrance of the store to make you pass all those foods you had no intention of buying.
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