Cub Foods Touts Budget-Stretching Programs

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Cub Foods Touts Budget-Stretching Programs

Cub Foods is launching several new programs aimed at keeping customers’ grocery bills low and savings at an all-time high.

"Consumers today are facing mounting pressure from economic uncertainty and the desire to provide their families with good quality food," said Brian Huff, president of Stillwater, Minn.-based Cub Foods. "Cub Foods prides itself on being the premier value grocery store in Minnesota that customers can count on."

Highlights of Cub’s money saving programs include:

--Simply Good Meals: Cub customers can find easy-to-make meal solutions in one spot. The 4:15 program allows busy shoppers to create good, home-cooked meals for a family of four for less than $15.  Many meals can be prepared in as little as 15 minutes.

--Gas Savings Bonus Days: Shop at Cub; save at the pump. Spend $50 to $99.99, save 10 cents per gallon at Holiday; Spend $100 to $149.99, save 20 cents per gallon at Holiday; spend $150 or more, save 30 cents per gallon at Holiday; and use up to three coupons for 90 cents off, save on store brands. Cub’s own brands are priced 15 percent less than national brands and are equal or better quality, according to the company.

--Organic and natural foods: Cub’s Wild Harvest brand offers more than 300 product choices, priced at approximately 15 percent lower than national brand organic and natural foods.  Cub customers get variety and quality at an affordable price.
--Culinary Circle: With the Culinary Circle brand of premium food lovers' food, customers enjoy restaurant-quality food made right at home, without the restaurant prices.
--Shoppers Value: This store brand has saved customers money for years.  Now Cub has lowered prices even further on 220 key Shoppers Value items.  Shoppers can ;ook for red shelf tags beginning May 17. 
--Good 'Til: Everyday Cub offers thousands of low prices on select items through the Good 'Til program.  New items are selected for discounts quarterly, so watch for the in-store Good 'Til signs to save money while you shop. 
--Purchase Baby Basics: This store brand contains hundreds of baby items priced lower than national brands every day, with exceptional quality families can trust. 
--Buy Flowers at Cub: The grocer notes that it purchases from the same distributors and offer the same flowers as much higher-priced florists. 

The Supervalu subsidiary, which operates 58 stores in the Twin Cities, is also touting more ideas for consumers to save money when purchasing fresh floral products, Culinary Circle brand premium foods, and Wild Harvest brand organic and natural foods.