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10 foods you should always buy at Target
Target really is an everything store. AP Photo/Matt Rourke
- Target's in-house brand of trail mix and salsa is some of the best out there.
- Target is also a great place to buy coffee. They offer plenty of name-brand coffees at decent prices.
You may not think of groceries first when you think of Target, but people who shop at the department store for their weekly food and beverages swear by it. And when you really think about it, it makes sense. Target really is a one-stop shop. At many locations around the country, you can buy every ingredient you need to make dinner as well as the pots, pans, plates, utensils, and gadgets you need to cook and eat it. It's pretty easy, right?Target can also be a very affordable place to get your grocery shopping done. Their Target smartphone app features thousands of items on sale every week, and their own lines of products — such as Up&Up, Market Pantry, Simply Delicious, and Archer Farms — are almost always 5 percent off when you use the app. Those savings may sound small, but savings from coupons can really add up even in a single grocery bill. If you get a Target credit card, you get even more savings on top of that.And some products are just plain cheaper and more delicious at Target. Their lines of salsas and trail mix, for instance, are some of the best out there. But those aren't the only foods you should buy at Target — you should be purchasing these items there too.
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