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November Grocery Store Trends

on 11.1.2014 at 9:48am
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November is an exciting time when the weather really starts to change in my neck of the woods and the holiday spirit is in the air! I’m a fan of Thanksgiving, but my favorite part is getting our family Christmas tree during this month! Here is what you should buy based on the November Grocery Store Trends.

If you are looking for a source that constantly updates, check out the National Fruit & Vegetable Retail Report issued by the government every couple of weeks. This report gives the top 10 fruits and vegetables and the national percentage of which fruits and vegetables are in store ads.

What should you look at buying and stocking up on this month??

Fruits

Apples
Avocado
Cranberries
Figs
Kiwi
Oranges
Pears
Persimmons
Pomegranate

Vegetables

Artichoke
Arugula
Beets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Celery
Kale
Leeks
Parsnips
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkins
Winter Squash
Turnips
Yams

Other

Baking Supplies
Candy (look for clearance deals)
Cookware
Toys
Electronics (Black Friday)
Holiday Photo Cards
Wedding Supplies

    • Susie

      Turkey, Turkey, Turkey….it’s the only time of the year it’s affordable and you can freeze it for months.

      • Janice

        And if you know someone with a smoker, pull one out and ask them to smoke it for you! (It’s always nice to offer to reimburse them for their time and supplies). Gourmet food for $.79/lb.!

      • emileee

        And if you have a meat grinder, grind up a few and make your own lean ground turkey for cheap! Simmer the bones for stock!

    • Amanda Hannah

      I also buy lots of sweet potatoes. They are the cheapest this time of year and taste the best. I bake all of them, hull them out and run through my food processor. I then freeze portions to make a sweet potato casserole anytime of the year! It tastes so much better than canned! :)