10 Things You Should Never Buy at Grocery Outlet

Any produce is one of the first things you should check off your list at Grocery Outlet.

Produce

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Bread is another perishable item at Grocery Outlet that could be best avoided.

Bread

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Supplementing your diet with vitamins might be beneficial, but you should do some research on the supplements at Grocery Outlet.

Vitamins

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When you go grocery shopping at a store like Grocery Outlet, meats—including the kind you put on your sandwiches—might not be the best choice.

Lunch meat

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The expiration dates of dairy products are typically far earlier than those of more non-perishable goods.

Dairy products

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Spices are shelf-stable products, but don't think that their age is irrelevant. They have an expiration date.

Spices

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Although pasta makes a fantastic pantry staple for a quick dinner, you might want to check the prices at Grocery Outlet.

Pasta

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Grocery Outlet sells single-serve bags of chips and crackers that you might be tempted to stock in your desk drawer for a midday snack.

Single-serve snacks

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Take a careful look through the cereal section before buying a box at Grocery Outlet.

Cereal

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Candy in the checkout lane is one of the items you might see as you're checking out.

Candy

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