It’s what I am currently doing to fill in those voids in my pantry and fridge.
Wegmans has a few things I like, and can’t get elsewhere. So does Roots. And, Harris Teeter.
But, they are no longer the primary source of the foods we eat.
The CSAs and the Friends and Farms basket now comprise the bulk of my food sources.
Plus, what is in the freezer, from my garden and from places like Larriland.
Roots is my source for cereal, bulk foods and specialty items like coconut oils.
Thankfully, Clarksville isn’t that far away.
As for Wegmans, they are the only source for two standard items in our kitchen.
Shelf stable non dairy creamer, unflavored, for me.
A really good choice for K cup coffee, this San Francisco Bay one.
We are still getting the coupon books, even though Wegmans has decided I don’t come there often enough to send me the Menu magazine. I asked. They said, I don’t do enough business with them.
Harris Teeter. The grocery store we use for other shopping. Mainly on Thursdays, since they give seniors like us a 5% discount on Thursdays.
So, tomorrow, while getting my Friends and Farms pick up, I will hit Wegmans to use the coupon for coffee, which we need.
I have to admit. It is not what I thought I would be doing, four years ago, when I retired. Interesting that the changes I made to focus on local buying, and small business emphasis, have shaped where I go and what I purchase.