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Ruth Lafler | Jun 6, 201607:26 PM     12

Oakland had organic raspberries ($1.50) and strawberries (mine seem to have rung up at the price of the conventional: $1.99/lb. but I believe the shelf tag said $3.49). Cantaloupes and honeydew were 99 cents.

There's still some of the Organic Valley pastured butter at $2.99/8oz. buy one get one free. $2.99 a pound is a great price for butter, period, let alone a premium product like this (my freezer now has a shocking amount of it).

I always cruise the body care aisle and this time was rewarded with my favorite facial cleanser (which is hard to find so I order it online; I'm afraid this may mean it's been discontinued altogether!).

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