Raleigh Food Lion Grocery Deals Through June 8

Alyssa Atkinson

Fellow Food Lion shoppers should read on to get the details.

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I am a budget grocery shopper. There is no doubt about it. While I do try to get the highest quality food that I possibly can, I also have a tight grocery budget which I need to stick to at the same time.

How do I get the best of both worlds? By shopping the items that are on sale, well priced, and sticking to the minimally processed, unpackaged products.

By purchasing things like fresh produce, canned goods, dry goods, and other pantry staples, I am able to eat a pretty healthy, balanced, plant based diet without breaking the bank or sacrificing flavor.

A key part of that is knowing what is on sale at your local grocery store. One of my preferred grocery stores that I go to almost every single week is Food Lion.

If you typically shop at Food Lion in Raleigh, North Carolina, and you are looking for all the best deals, then read on to get information on some of the top MVP card holder deals which are valid through June 8, 2021.

This Sandwich Staple

Whether you enjoy veggie burgers, avocado and tomato sandwiches, or any other savory wraps, a must-have add-on is freshly sliced tomato.

I personally love adding tomatoes on top of my avocado toast, veggie burgers, and other savory meals, such as salads. If you feel the same way, you won't want to miss this hot sale deal at Food Lion this week.

Through June 8, 2021, you can use your MVP card to get red vine cluster tomatoes for just $0.99 per pound this week as part of the hot sale MVP deals at Food Lion.

Plus, if you are thinking about having a weekend picnic with the warm weather coming up, tomatoes are a necessity to make some easy to pack and take with you on the go sandwiches. The tomato deal is one you definitely don't want to miss this week.

This Raleigh Summer Fruit Staple

If you have missed some of the previous fruit deals during your past few grocery trips, fear not. Food Lion once again has a fresh fruit deal that you won't want to miss out on.

As part of the Food Lion MVP hot sale deals in Raleigh, North Carolina, a whole cantaloupe is just $2 this week.

Cantaloupe tastes incredible sliced up and stored in the refrigerator. It is a super satisfying, sweet, and hydrating snack that is perfect chilled to enjoy on those hot summer days.

While fruit prices can get pretty steep at various points during the year, they are always priced lower when they are in-season. The hot sale MVP deal is a double win, because it brings the fruit cost down even more. It is a deal you won't want to miss this week at the Food Lion in Raleigh.

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This Perfect Trio

This week as part of Food Lion's hot sale items, you can get a 3-count package of rainbow bell peppers for just $2.99. This is the second deal I have seen like this for pepper this week, and it's unsurprising, as peppers taste delicious grilled up or baked in the oven.

They also go well on a vegetable platter and pair phenomenally with hummus of any kind. If you are looking for some fresh vegetables to add to your salads, sandwiches, or to enjoy as snacks, check out this deal at Food Lion before the ad changes next Wednesday.

Final Thoughts

Where and how you shop are both contributing factors which will impact whether or not you stay within your grocery budget and get everything you need to cook healthy and tasty meals at home.

Stock up on the goods I've shared while they are on sale, and you'll be ready to go for the week ahead with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables to keep you full and satisfied until you make your next grocery run.

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