Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Fresh & Easy

Mothers spend a lot of time at the grocery store. In fact I'm there so often sometimes I think I should just get a job there, then I wouldn't have to make an extra stop!

A few years ago I began shopping at Fresh & Easy. I love the simplicity of the layout, the quality of the produce, and the product variety. I must admit that I am also partial to companies that strive to be green. Fresh & Easy is green conscious, using LED lighting and energy-efficient refrigeration too.

When Fresh & Easy introduced their Friends Rewards, it made my shopping experience even better. See you get one (1) point for every dollar you spend, once you get to 100 points it's converted into a dollar, when you get to 500 points you can convert it into Friends Rewards and that equals cash! You'll get 250 points just for signing up!

photo credit: Fresh & Easy

I don't know about you but I can use all the "cash back" I can get! In addition to the Friends Rewards, they also offers money saving coupons in their weekly ads, like $10 off when you spend $40 bucks, I love that!

Fresh & Easy's new Kitchen To Go line is like getting take out, without breaking the bank. With great food selections from around the globe (American, Asian, Italian, and Mexican), you are sure to find something to tempt your palate. 
photo credit: Fresh & Easy
My daughter recently tried the Pad Thai. She loved the shrimp and rice noodles, but wasn't thrilled about the chicken. She also liked the convenience of it all, she was able to bring it to school for lunch, no muss no fuss.

Stop by your local Fresh & Easy and take a look around. Like them on Facebook, follow on Twitter and Pinterest.
I received a free product coupon through BzzAgent which helped to facilitate this review. All views expressed are the opinion of Just Say I Told You So.

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