The best day to buy Day Old Bread

@suspenseful (40312)
Canada
February 23, 2009 3:16pm CST
I was wondering when you want good bread at bargain prices, that is not the white bread, but multi-grain when is the best day to buy it? I usually find that I can get it in the middle of the week. I find that if we shop on Saturday, Monday, or Tuesday, that what they have on the day old shelf is left over white bread, buns, and maybe a whole wheat loaf, bagels, but that is all. So what day during the week do you find the good bargains?
3 responses
@Lakota12 (42678)
• United States
24 Feb 09
BE nice to do this but they have took out our discount bread store we used to have one or 2 around town but no more and I think they have closed down our bread fctory for we never smell bread baking thru that sot any more!
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
24 Feb 09
When we go to Superstore, we have some trays in which they set out the day old bread, buns, cakes, etc. and mark them fifty percent off. They also have day old salads and fresh vegetables, but they are usually only good for soups and you have to eat them the same day, but the bread, I can put in the fridge and if I am careful can keep it in the freezer and just take out the slices for that day.
@Lakota12 (42678)
• United States
24 Feb 09
am guessing that they sale all thier bread for I havent seen this for along time!
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
24 Feb 09
That is what happens.
@urbandekay (18308)
24 Feb 09
The best day to buy day old bread is the day after it is baked hehehehehe all the best urban
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
24 Feb 09
Very funny. But I went down today to pick up some loafs and the only thing on the day old shelf was white bread. If I go down tomorrow, there will be some multi-grain loaf. Now if I really did not care about my health and wanted to get white bread and get a large tummy, I would have picked some up today. But I will wait until Wednesday or Thursday where the selection is much better.
@dragon54u (31628)
• United States
23 Feb 09
I always go to the day-old shelf. Did you know that they are color coded, at least here in the states? Monday is blue, Tuesday green, Thursday red, Friday white and Saturday is yellow. Canada may have different colors, but they're put there for the people who rotate the stock. Of course, today I bought a loaf with a black twist-tie so I have no idea how old it is! Felt fresh, even though it was marked down on the shelf with older bread.
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@suspenseful (40312)
• Canada
24 Feb 09
They just put a red fifty percent off and what happens if there is anything good, i.e. whole grain, multi=grain, it is gone in a flash, but the white bread, buns, etc. and the sweet stuff is still there.