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Ottawa flyer deals on meat

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  • Aug 10th, 2017 12:42 pm
[OP]
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May 30, 2005
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Ottawa

Ottawa flyer deals on meat

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August 17, 2017
Farm Boy
$4.99/ lb organic whole chickens

Independent
$7.88/lb t-bone, grade AA
$2.79/lb chicken breast
$1.99/lb whole pork loin

Loblaws
$10.99/lb whole beef tenderloin, grade AA or higher. Anyone know how this price compares to costco?
$2.49/lb whole chicken
$6.99 raw shrimp, 31-40 size
$4.49 black diamond cheddar cheese, 450g block

Giant Tiger
$1.00 chocolate milk, 750ml

Food Basics
$1.47 pork loin or sirloin halves
$1.49 chocolate milk, 1L
Last edited by a_lavergne on Aug 10th, 2017 7:32 am, edited 1 time in total.
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a_lavergne wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 7:32 am

Giant Tiger
$1.00 chocolate milk, 750ml

Food Basics
$1.47 pork tenderloin or sirloin halves
$1.49 chocolate milk, 1L
That's the sweet meat!

Thanks OP. Feel free to make a grocery report every week ;)
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a_lavergne wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 7:32 am

Loblaws
$10.99/lb whole beef tenderloin, grade AA or higher. Anyone know how this price compares to costco?
Costco is $29.99/kg, so $13.63/lb. Theirs is AAA though, so it's up to you whether it's worth the extra $2.64/lb for the better quality
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Jun 29, 2017
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For those with a costco membership, organic whole chickens are usually around $4.50/lb. So a bit cheaper than farm boy. With that being said, it's also nice to support local.
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Also, just to clarify - the 'pork TENDERLOIN' listed by the OP (Independent & Food Basics) is NOT the tenderloin - it is the loin.
[OP]
Newbie
May 30, 2005
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Ottawa
Hawk25 wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 8:15 am
Costco is $29.99/kg, so $13.63/lb. Theirs is AAA though, so it's up to you whether it's worth the extra $2.64/lb for the better quality
Loblaws is typically AAA when they run a promo on whole tenderloin, definitely worth checking the label.

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