The new Smart & Final circular is here and it's packed with great deals on produce, grocery and snack items, deli products, and meat. If you're looking for an easy way to get healthy food on your table without breaking the bank, look no further than this week's Smart & Final Weekly Ad. Smart & Final is a great place to shop for all your grocery needs. The store has plenty of fresh produce and offers in-store specials on meat, deli products, and even snacks. As you can see in this week's ad, Smart & Final has a wide variety of products at affordable prices.
Smart & Final Weekly Ad Featured Items of the Week Jan 4 - 10, 2023
Smart & Final has frozen fruit cups available at an even better price than our 2-for-$4 sale! These single-serve cups come in a variety of flavors including strawberry berry medley ($12.99) and raspberry pineapple mango medley ($10.99). So whether it’s ice cream topping you need or something fun for kids' lunches—you'll find it at Smart & Final!
If you’re looking for something to eat that’s both delicious and cost-effective, look no further than the Large Mangos from Smart & Final. These juicy, sweet treats are available in-store only and at just 69 cents each! (One mango is one piece of fruit.)
85% lean ground beef is a great choice for people who are looking for a less fatty option. It's also helpful for anyone who wants to make traditional dishes like hamburgers, meatloaf and spaghetti sauce but doesn't want to worry about the fat content being too high.
Smart & Final offers this product at $2.99 per pound, which is an excellent price compared to some other stores that might charge more than $3 per pound during this sale period. This ground beef is sourced from cattle raised without antibiotics or added hormones and contains no gluten ingredients in order to meet your dietary needs as well as their own standards of quality control when producing food products like this one!
They recommend using 85% lean ground beef in dishes where you can't taste the difference between 85% lean versus 80/20 since it doesn't add much flavor on its own anyway; however, if you're cooking something where there won't be much protein left over after cooking then go ahead and use whatever fits your budget best because both types have similar nutritional values (aside from fat contents).