Welcome to the Vons weekly ad for the week of January 11 - 17. You'll find great deals on a variety of groceries and household items, including breads and bakery items, fresh produce, refrigerated and frozen foods, meats and seafood, dairy products and more.
Vons has a whole aisle dedicated to these items. Here you will find a wide selection of beverages including juices, iced tea and sports drinks. As well as milk in various sizes and types (whole milk, 2% reduced fat). There is also an assortment of eggs available including large eggs and extra-large (XL) eggs. Vons has several varieties of cheese available to purchase such as cheddar blocks or fresh mozzarella balls.
Vons is your one-stop shop for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They offer plenty of cereal options that can be a great start to your day. Cereal is a great way to start getting all the nutrients you need in order to get through the day in good health.
A healthy breakfast will help you stay energized throughout the morning, so it's important that you choose a variety of cereals at Vons. Don't forget about milk either! A splash of milk brings out each flavor in your favorite cereal brand and makes it taste even better than before!
Eggs would also be a great addition to any meal - whether you're eating them for breakfast or adding them to other dishes later on during the day! Eggs are full of protein which means they'll keep you satisfied longer than just about anything else we could eat (except maybe cheese).
Beverages are a good way to get hydrated, and they can also help you get the vitamins and minerals your body needs. Many beverages contain caffeine, which is a stimulant that is known for its ability to increase the energy level in the short term.
Vons offers a wide variety of beverages that are made from fruit, vegetables, grains or beans. Some examples of popular drinks include:
- Orange juice (made from oranges)
- Lemonade (made from lemons)
- Tea (made from tea leaves)
Canned goods and soups are a great way to save time in the kitchen, as well as being cheaper than fresh produce. Canned goods are also a good source of protein and fiber, which makes them an easy addition to any meal plan. They're also convenient when you're traveling or if you need something quick on busy weeknights—the cans have pull-off lids, so all you have to do is heat them up before eating! Plus, canned foods can be stored for up to 2 years without losing nutritional value.
Bread is a staple food for many people, but it can be expensive. You can make your own at home using a bread machine or by hand. Making your own bread allows you to control the ingredients and the quality of what goes into it, so you know there are no added sugars or preservatives. It also lets you avoid high-calorie varieties like croissants and pastries that are made with flours made from refined grains or high in sugar content. Bread is also an excellent source of protein, vitamins, minerals and fiber which will help keep you full longer between meals! But remember that not all breads are created equal—some types of wheat flour have higher levels than others when it comes to carbs versus protein content (or “net carbs”).
Featured Items in The Vons Weekly Ad Sale Jan 11 - 17, 2023
- Large Navel Oranges, $0.99 per lb
- Top Sirloin Steaks or Coulotte Picanha Roast or Steaks, Boneless, Value pack, $3.99 per lb
- Stouffer's or Lean Cuisine Entrées, 5.25-12.62 oz., Frozen Selected varieties, $2.97 each
- Nabisco Snack Crackers, Ruffles, Lay's or Kettle Cooked Potato Chips, 3.5-8.5 oz., $2.47 each MEMBER PRICE WHEN YOU BUY 3
- Lucerne® Chunk or Shredded Cheese, $6.97 each member price