Grocery Outlet

Grocery Outlet

Grocery Outlet, supermarket chain previously known as Canned Foods Grocery Outlet, is owned by private equity firm and operated by the founding Read family. It focuses on discount overstocked and closeout products from name brand and private label suppliers.[dead link] James Read founded the company on June 11, 1946 in San Francisco, California. Wikipedia

Grocery Outlet

Grocery Outlet, supermarket chain previously known as Canned Foods Grocery Outlet, is owned by private equity firm and operated by the founding Read family. It focuses on discount overstocked and closeout products from name brand and private label suppliers.[dead link] James Read founded the company on June 11, 1946 in San Francisco, California. Wikipedia

Aug 31, 3:43 PM

Love this perspective! start where you are. Credit to @adaptableashley : I''ll never forget the day a customer approached me a couple of years ago with a question-why, he wondered, were so many young people who lived in the Bay Area (I was working in SF at the time) that appeared to care about their health and wellness still carrying around bad habits of smoking, drinking, drug use and other lifestyle habits he deemed ''unhealthy?'' He laughed at the idea that both good and bad habits could exist in ones life. That one could desire health & wellness and still make the decision to put toxins in their body. My brow wrinkled in response as I pondered the idea myself. It was a good point-why were so many 20 and 30 somethings running to soul cycle, cracking a fresh juice afterward just to ruin it by drinking with friends only to end the night face down in a greasy basket of fries. I almost agreed until I realized one thing-every small good or healthy thing you do counts. We all have to start somewhere and we are all doing our very best with the resources we have. This person made me realize why so many people have a hard time changing or creating new, healthy habits that stick-because of judgment for the ''bad'' things we do. Because we feel like one bad move, a drink, deep fried food, a phone call with an ex lover means we''ve gone down the rabbit hole again and there''s no way out. But there''s always a way out. Through journaling, an early morning walk, a fresh salad or practicing self forgiveness & approval. Deep down you know what this feeling is and how to come back to it again. You''ve always known. I challenge you today to approve of yourself, forgive yourself and love yourself for who you are, right now at this very moment without judgement. . . . . . . . . . In my bowl... @seasnax , crackers, @miyokos_kitchen double cream chive cheese, tomatoes, tofu, sweet potatoes, onions & hemp seeds 2 for 1 @grocery_outlet

Aug 29, 7:43 PM

Credit to @holywhole30 : Emergency food! Keep a few of these in your purse for a ""whoops - I forgot to pack deli meat for lunch"" moment. Ingredients: apples, pineapple, kale, apricots, cashews. Found at @grocery_outlet for $1.99

Aug 27, 1:33 PM

Credit to @thealmostnutritionist : Gluten free cereal that''s less than 5 grams of sugar? Yes please ~ @naturespathorganic GF cereal bought at @grocery_outlet Bananas & @silk unsweetened vanilla almond milk ~ #glutenfreebreakfast #healthyvacation #breakfastisthebestest

Aug 25, 7:33 PM

YAY SNACKS! Credit to @longbeachgroceryoutlet : Don''t feel like frozen mangos? How about @wildandraworganic dried mango?!?! Mmmm ... #snackon #mango #groceryoutletlbc : @arohanuivegan