To supply affordable, quality foods at reasonable prices to surrounding communities for those who need it most.
A mixture of fresh, bulk products at extreme, lower-than-retail, discount prices along with our Discount Outlet Foods.
Our Discount Outlet Foods catalog comes from a wide selection of Name brand (Oscar Mayer, Tyson, Perdue, Post, General Mills, Nabisco, etc.), Generic, and Store brand (Aldi, Walmart) products from across the US. Some brands are regional and you may not be aware of them in this area. Some products are institutional use, or commercial restaurant use and may not include retail packaging and nutritional information.
Please note that these foods are heavily discounted for a number of reasons:
In regards to Close-coded / Out-of-code products:
Any dated products are clearly indicated in all of our advertising and during the auction and the date reason is also indicated (Legend: best by, sell by, use by, freeze by, expiration date, production date)
Out of code products are legal to sell, although most stores don’t want an image of having ‘old’ product and items can potentially go stale.
It’s about food HANDLING. Food can go bad well before its date if handled improperly or it can last long after its date if handled properly.
Find out more details regarding our Discount Outlet Foods and how you can save even more by pre-ordering full cases from our store's Monthly Discount Outlet Foods Catalog program!
Some Examples include: Meat, poultry, seafood, Cold cuts, hot dogs, Soft cheeses, shredded cheeses, low-fat cheeses
Refrigerated Food kept Above 41°F/5°C for over 2 hours is to be DISCARDED and is not legal for sale.
Section 14-5.40 subsection (c): "Potentially hazardous food which has been held at temperatures between 45 degrees F and 140 degrees F, for times exceeding those allowed in this Part, is not to be vended, sold, donated or given away for use in whole or in part for human consumption.
Section 14-5.51 Temperature requirements: "Transport vehicles are to be provided with heated and refrigerated facilities that will maintain potentially hazardous food at 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius) or above, or 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees Celsius) or below, while in transit.
Food protection; potentially hazardous food; temperature and refrigeration requirements
Food is to be protected from contamination during storage, transportation, display, while being held for service, dispensing by a vending machine or in connection with vending operations.
The total time that potentially hazardous food may be at a temperature between 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees Celsius) and 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius) is not to exceed two hours.
Potentially hazardous food which has been held at temperatures between 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees Celsius) and 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius), for times exceeding those allowed in this Part, is not to be vended, sold, donated or given away for use in whole or in part for human consumption.