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About Meats Retail
When shopping for local meats retail there are many factors to consider in what the best value for your dollar will buy you. You can shop at one of the big box stores, and buy your meats retail in bulk. The important thing to do when shopping for your meats this way is to do price comparison. You need to figure out what the price is per pound. A lot of people think that it is cheaper to buy your local meats retail in bulk, but this is not necessarily always true. Another factor to consider when buying your meat this way is if you actually have enough freezer space to store it when bought in bulk. Unless you are planning a large gathering you must be able to store the bulk meat purchase.
Retail Pacific Inc
125 Railroad Ave, Danville, CA 94526(925) 743-9888 Write a review
Roger's & Sanford Fine Meats & Cheeses
38507 Cherry St, Newark, CA 94560(510) 505-1000 Write a review
Nextel Retail Stores Inc.
Newpark Mall, Newark, CA 94560(510) 742-1568 Write a review
Orchard Retail Newark 1 Llc
34901 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA 94560(510) 791-6080 Write a review
Capos Retailer and Merchandiser LLC
42151 Blacow Rd, Fremont, CA 94538(510) 573-3400 Write a review
Kinders Deli Meats & Bbq
43761 Boscell Rd, Fremont, CA 94538(510) 440-1510 Write a review
Fremont Automotive Retail Group
5850 Cushing Pkwy, Fremont, CA 94538(510) 445-8700 Write a review
Sprint Preferred Retailer of Livermore
2259 Las Positas Rd, Livermore, CA 94551(925) 447-6300 Write a review
3284 Paragon Outlets Dr, Livermore, CA 94551(925) 443-3764 Write a review
Volcom Retail Outlets
3218 Paragon Outlets Dr, Livermore, CA 94551(925) 292-4041 Write a review
130 Alamo Plaza , Alamo, CA 94507(925) 820-1233 Write a review
More on Meats Retail
One of the most cost effective ways to buy local meats retail is from your local grocery store. You need to find out what day the local grocer starts their weekly sale, and you should shop the day before the weekly sales start. The day before a sale starts is when the local grocer marks down the meats that are about to expire. The date on the package of the meat is the sell by date. If you are buying your meat this way you need to freeze it when you get home. The date on the package means sell by that date or freeze by that date. If buying your meat in this manner there are a few things you need to check for. Make sure that the packs of meat are still completely sealed. You want to make sure that the meat has no discoloration on it, and there should not be a lot of juices from the meat in the package itself. Also do your price checking again when purchasing your local meats retail this way. It is not always the cheapest way to buy meat just because it is on markdown. If the original price of the meat was 6.99 per pound and there is a $3.00 off manager mark down ticket on it, you need to compare it to what the price of the meat will go on sale for with the next week's sale. If the sale price is going to be $2.99 the following week then you are not really saving any money by buying on a mark down price. The most important thing is to do your research when shopping and get the best bang for your buck by comparison shopping.