Fall is nearly over and we had few of the jaw-dropping, must buy sales we normally get at harvest time. This worries me a bit.
We did get root vegetables and onion at $2/ 10lbs twice. But meat only went on sale once, and that was just chicken (blsl breast $2/lb, but injected with water).
What does this say for food prices over the winter and spring? Food is traditionally cheapest at harvest and most expensive in the spring. I hope everyone took advantage of the few there were and canned/ froze/ dried for the winter.
Even canned goods never really went down.
I’m going to look into this a bit.