Here's the scoop, folks. The Blue Chip Foods warehouse store in SLC has dramatically changed all of their labeling in order to reflect their new face, Augason Farms (named after the original founder of Blue Chip Foods). As a result, Blue Chip Foods aka Augason Farms is now clearing out all of their products that have the old labels on them. For example, I got several 5 pound bags of sourdough, biscuit, pancakes, muffins, etc each for less than $5, normally anywhere from $10+. I got fabulous freeze-dried fruits with the old label on them for at least 25% below list price. Some items are priced only 5% above cost! I was doing the happy dance, indeed! Everyone who has the internet can get access to these prices folks. So take advantage of what you can get, and don't fret about the shipping because the prices will more than make up for it. If you can go to the store in person, even better, because you'll see some items that are priced normally, but you'll spy an older "Morning Moos" or "Blue Chip Foods" label and that will give you the automatic 25% discount.
There's a huge warehouse section created just for these products that they are moving out for no other reason than the fact that they are getting rid of the old label. I was really excited about the #10 cans of freeze-dried applesauce. I don't know about you, but my jars of applesauce get brown a little sooner than I'd like. I end up throwing them out if I don't use them fast enough. But with it in the #10 can like this for only FIVE DOLLARS I can confidently have it on hand any day for the next 20 years!! That price is AMAZING. That's BELOW wholesale. The regular retail price on that is around $18. So yeah, I'm stoked for all of you who can take advantage of all of this. With the exception of some beef TVP I tried there once, I have never found a product that I didn't enjoy that was made by them. So take advantage of it while you can. Supplies are obviously limited. And not that it will make any difference to your bank account or mine, but please feel free to tell them that The Preparedness Pro sent you. They like hearing that their friendship with me makes them money too. Here's their logistical information:
Monday through Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm
3431 S. 500 W. SLC, UT 84115
801-263-6667 (SLC, UT)
800-878-0099 (Toll Free) or go to www.augasonfarms.com
Ok. On to the second part. Blue Chip Foods/Augason Farms has finally made it into some Haggen and TOP stores in the Washington area. They have just launched the release of several of their key products including the meal packs. The pricing on these packs are awesome, in my opinion. And I personally helped to formulate what is being sold in these packs as a consultant for them. They are also selling some single #10 cans as well. If you recall, their powdered milk is one of my favorites.
Their taste testing/cooking class road show is scheduled May 20-22 at 2814 Meridian in Bellingham, WA
June 3-5 at 1313 Copper Point Road in Olympia, WA The times are from noon until 7 p.m. on each of those dates.
You can get the product beyond these dates, of course. But there will be tasting and cooking classes there. I love the blueberries, Orange Delight, and the scrambled eggs that they will be taste-testing there. I know that you'll be so surprised when you put one of these whole, freeze-dried blueberries in your mouth!
Have fun with these awesome everyday products that are easy on your pocketbooks. They provide a great peace of mind to me.
Now, I'm giddy to go get all of this stuff put away and organized!
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