HEB Weekly Ad Jul 20 - 26, 2022


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H-E-B Weekly Ad Jul 20 - 26, 2022

Are you ready for another week of savings? We've got the H-E-B flyer here to tell you what's on sale this week at the grocery store! H-E-B Grocery Company is a Texas-based supermarket chain that operates more than 340 stores in Texas and Mexico. It has been in business since 1905. The company offers an assortment of fresh produce, meat and seafood, bakery products, dairy products, frozen foods, beverages and other household items for sale at its stores. The company's weekly flyer offers weekly discounts on products that are available at its stores. The current weekly flyer is valid from July 20 through 26, 2022.

The name H-E-B stands for Howard E. Butt, the founder of the company. In addition to being a grocery store owner and operator, Howard E. Butt III is also a philanthropist who has donated millions of dollars over his lifetime in support of educational causes in Texas as well as Austin Memorial Hospital.

Looking for a quick and easy meal? Try this week's combo loco sale on their slow-roasted Texas beef ribs! That's right! They have some great deals on Texan Beef Ribs this week, so if you've been meaning to grill up some meat for dinner, now's the time! And don't forget: They're still offering free shipping on orders placed more than two days out.

H-E-B Weekly Ad Featured Items of the Week Jul 20 - 26, 2022

Hey Texans,

It's time to get grilling! This week, they got some Texas-style beef ribs and ground chuck that is sure to make your mouth water. The boneless shoulder ribs are an excellent choice for any barbecue lover, they're easy to cook, flavorful, and delicious. The ground chuck is perfect for tacos, burgers, or anything else your heart desires.

Ground chuck is made from the trimmings of a primal cut of meat, like a sirloin steak. It's typically 75% lean and 25% fat. Ground beef is generally made up of trimmings from other cuts of meat — like chuck — but also includes fat that has been removed from those cuts. Ground beef typically contains 15-20% fat, depending on the cut and how much fat remains after trimming.

The main difference between these two types of beef is the amount of fat in them: ground chuck has more fat than ground beef does. So if you're looking for something leaner, go with ground beef.

What type of meat makes the best hamburgers?

The answer depends on what you like in a burger. If you prefer a juicier burger, then ground chuck is your best bet. But if you like the taste of the beef itself to come through in your burger, then go with ground sirloin or round steak (both of which are leaner).




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