High Grocery Bills? Get Great Deals on Dated Food

In the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish Country — where many people still live off the land — something unusual has sprouted up. Local grocery stores are trying to give consumers the most bang for their buck by selling food that is outdated or damaged. While some raise their eyebrows at the practice, Mike Mitchell, the president of Amelia's Grocery, says it is perfectly safe. Mitchell's 11 grocery stores in eastern Pennsylvania sell so-called "closeouts," groceries that are rejected by major...Full Story
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