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Not Another Box of KD

April 4, 2010

It isn’t easy to shop for groceries when you’re a student, but if you’re willing to do a little work to get them and willing to do some cooking, you can eat more than KD or Ramen Noodles between the twice a week pizzas.

Edmonton’s Food Bank and the Wecan Food Basket Society help get basic food necessities to low income Edmontonians. The MacEwan Student Association also operates a food bank out of City Centre Room 6-108A and South Campus Room 145A.

H & W Produce and El Safadi Bros Supermarket (11316 134 Avenue) offer fruits and veggies at great prices.

McGavin’s Bread Basket, with six locations, has day old discount bread products.

T & T Supermarket offers good deals on Asian foodstuffs.

Planet Organic is the best store in the city for food without all those pesky additives.

Costco, Real Canadian Wholesale Club and Real Canadian Superstore are fairly cheap, if you don’t mind buying bulk.

How do you save money on groceries in Edmonton?

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