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Author Topic: Lazy Man's Guide to Saving Money when Buying Food in NH  (Read 4846 times)

cathleeninnh

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Re: Lazy Man's Guide to Saving Money when Buying Food in NH
« Reply #30 on: December 02, 2009, 08:59 AM NHFT »

I agree with those that say Demoulas (Market Basket) is the best for pricing.  I do wish they had online circulars.

You and me both! I am a half hour or more from several different grocery stores and if it were online, I could better decide which direction to head.  The Hannaford 20 minutes away has prices higher than the ones further away. That is why the online circular asks for zip code.

Kate, where is the Market Basket on Manchester/Hooksett going in? I need that on my list of possibilities.

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porcupine kate

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Re: Lazy Man's Guide to Saving Money when Buying Food in NH
« Reply #31 on: December 04, 2009, 07:24 PM NHFT »

I have no idea at this point.  I think it will be near the rest of the new big box stores off on exit 10 on 93.  It was mentioned in an article in the union leader about the Walmart on rt 3 closing.  The Market Basket will not be going in the old Walmart.
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