I am all about cheap groceries. I shop at Aldi and use coupons to keep our grocery budget under control. Recently a new store opened up near me, Global Liquidators. It is located at Big Seven Mile and Route 2 in the old IGA store building. The store reminds me of Big Lots only it isn't quite as big, and the prices are even cheaper. Here are some of my favorite finds there:
Starbucks Whole Bean Coffee - 12 oz. $2
Cereal - $1.50 per box
Cereal - just out of date $0.75 per box
Trader Joes Whole Wheat Flour - 5 lbs. $1.50
Frozen Vegetables - 16 oz. 8 for $1
All the food, except the aisle designated "just out of date," is in date. Some of the boxes are damaged though. They have more than food too. There are health and beauty items, and other household goods. Currently they also have a selection of landscaping items, including fruit trees. As with any other discount store or sale, you need to know your prices. There are some outstanding prices at the store, but some prices are not much different than what I would pay at Aldi.
The store opened a few weeks ago, and in that time my husband and I have become frequent shoppers. I love finding a store (especially one close to me) with cheap cheap prices.
On a side topic:
In searching for a web page for this store, I found that they have a clothing outlet on 4th Ave. To all my local readers, Has anyone stopped there? How is it?