Save big dough on bread!
Alpine Valley Bread company is a Valley manufacturer and distributor of organic whole grain bread plus private label breads, buns and rolls.
Alpine's breads have no genetically modified organisms or preservatives. You can find their products in many Valley grocery stores like Fry’s, Sprouts, A.J.’s and Costco.
Alpine Valley bread also has an outlet store in Mesa where you can find some deals. Their fresher breads are $3 each and that is the most expensive price for a loaf of bread sold at the outlet. Plus, every day you will find their $.50 and $1 tables of breads. Stop by after 1 p.m. on Wednesday or Friday, and plan on standing in line for a deal because Alpine reduces their fresher loaves of bread to just $1. There's a 5-item limit on all items purchased daily, so don’t be greedy but make sure to save.
You are getting the savings because the breads sold at their outlet store are irregular breads, over produced breads, or even breads damaged during production. Plus, some of the breads they sell at the outlet store may be close to sell-by date, which means the bread has not expired, but will be good 2 to 4 days after that date. So, buy that $.50 loaf of bread and freeze it. It will last a long time and you will have saved a ton of money.
Alpine Valley Outlet
300 W. Southern
Mesa, AZ 85210
Open Monday- Friday: 8a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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