In my community there is a fruit market that sells to the public and to local restaurants. I found that if I buy an entire bushel, or large bag, etc. I can buy produce for close to half the cost per pound as when I buy the produce by the pound. For instance, three-pound bags of onions cost $1.49, or about 50 cents a pound. When I bought the 48 pound bag, I paid $15, or 31 cents a pound. I had to ask if they would sell in large quantities for a discount – they didn’t advertise their bulk pricing. If the produce isn’t the type to store well, then consider freezing or canning it.
Bulk Food Buying
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