|Mrs. Meyers is a fixture in our home, as is the $.99 dish soap!|
Key Food gives you a selection here, to pay a few dollars more
for Mrs. Meyers, or $.99 for a generic brand. We actually use the
$.99 dish soap but buy the Mrs. Meyers counter spray and all
purpose liquid to refill.
|Organic milk is a highly sought after item. New to me was the |
price of Hudson Valley Fresh, a local brand that is delicious
and responsible. It's a fact that Stoneyfield milk is in the $5
range when it can be found at Hannaford for the $3 range,
but here sits Hudson Valley Fresh for $3.19!
An often over-looked and local choice.
|Hello delicious cottage cheese.|
|Tas Kafe and Sumptown are favorites for a lot of people,|
but so are illy and Starbucks for others. Lately, Starbucks
has been on sale for $7.99 or $8.99, which is on par with
Hannaford and other big stores.
|Ghee has been growing in popularity by health enthusiasts|
and butter lovers who want more from their butter, but less fat and
these health benefits.
|Those who love nuts are loving the dedicated|
nut section that has been living near the meat department.
|The gluten free pasta selection has increased, as well as pasta|
alternatives like rice pasta.
|An entire freezer of healthy food! From frozen Indian food|
to frozen Annies to Ezekiel bread.
|And look! Ezekiel bread in cereal form!|
Or you can get a strawberry PopTart. Options!
|Annie's chocolate chip bars!|
|Some people really love seaweed snacks. Here is Annie Chun's|
brand of Korean seaweed, and it's not the only brand here.
|For the babies, HappyBaby and HappyTot. Pick up one as |
you shop to help getting through the isles easier.
|Hot dogs aren't the healthiest things, but if you like them,|
the Boar's Head beef brand has been a favorite.
|Alright - I'm no meat specialist, but early adopters of grass fed|
beef like Poppy's has helped bring responsible meat to Beacon.
Beaconites actually have several options to get great meat that has
been raised responsibly, but if you're in Key Food getting
other things and can't make another the meat section
does offer a wider selection now.
|Northerers don't know how lucky they are to have Sticky Fingers|
BBQ sauce in a bottle. I know this first hand because I
lived in Charleston, SC and frequently went to Sticky Fingers
restaurant before they bottled their sauces. Finger lickin' good.