Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 25, 1976 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1976
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t « t < USDA CHOICE WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAYS 9 A 9 P.M CHUCK SUMS USDA CHOICE PFAST SAUSAGE RIFF Lm • .MM ^*, mimmm ?re Blade Cut Safeway Brand Mode With Pure Beef Mb. Roll M •»•••• ••win C BOAST USDA CHOICE GRADE BEEF LOIN Beef Arm Steaks Beef Tip Steaks Safeway Wieners Drumsticks Pork USDA Choice Grade PerfectforSwissing Ib. Boneless Beef Round USBA Choice Grade Mb. Quick & Economical ...Pkg. Boneless Ham slKL. Brown & Serve gffiBs. ••• • * ^i '• FlCh Cfllf AC CiitiiR'sCkiice • •*•• VUI%C9 Quick Meal Idei ...... Fish & Chips 21 -ii. CM Steiks, BiMless USD! Ckilct tnf .fc- *2 49 Top Round 98 e Rib Roast BSffigBir... * *1 49 $129 Pftrlr fltAnc »»«t»mMii* $149 I rUIH VIIUp9 Center Cot Family Pick . . . Ib. I 89 e O'Brien's Sausage^ , *1 19 or Thighs from Chickens (Chicken Breast... lb.98c) SalewayWhole M» Hog Brand Roll $119 T-BONE STEAKS USDA Choice Grade Beef Loin... Compare The Tenderness of Safeway Aged Beef STEWING BEEF , $ 1 19 Boneless Cubes of Letin-Meaty Beef or BOTTOM ROUND BONELESS USDA CHOICE GRADBBEEF Ib USDA CHOICE SAFEWAY Prices eff. 2-25-76 to 2-28-76 in Carroll, Iowa Safeway Quality ...Always Dependable! SAFEWAY Price Includes "20' Off" Label 32-oz. Bottle LIQUID LUX 8» NUMADE SALAD KOUNTYKIST PORK a BEANS f$1 IS'/z-oz. • Cans • MRS. WRIGHT'S Swedish Rye or SKYLARK Crushed Wheat 16-oz. Loaf 39' JOHNS PIZZA STOKEIY'S NATO JUKE 490 FROZEN : Just Pop In The Oven... Ready to Serve In Minutes 13V 2 -oz. Pizza 59° 18'/*-oz. Package .MELROSE CtfftCKERS Sales In Retail Quantities Only .Sliced Beef, Beans and Franks, Chopped Beef, Fried Chicken, Meat Loaf; Turkey, Veal* Parmagian or Salisbury Steak. 10 3 / 4 -oz. Dinner OR KITCHEN CRAFT FLOUR GREEN GIANT RAPffMIT Texas Grown Great Breakfast Fruit Just in! and just about the best fruit buy in town! TOMATOES Ripe, Red Tomatoes for Slicing onto Hamburgers or into^ Salads Mb. Pkg. 2JH DELICIOUS APPLES Red or Golden U.S. Extra Fancy Grade Crisp-Juicy Apples DETERGENT WHITE MAGIC For All Your Home Laundry Needs 49-oz. Box LIQUID BLEACH WHITE MAGIC finest Safeway Quality. and It's Economical Too Gallon jug OLD MILWAUKEE BEER Safeway has joined nutrition experts* to bring you a new service called KNOW YOUR FOOD be covered m MENU pu^ ftwWY ^ RE Better Nutritionjbr Family for Less Money! Safeway is made up of people! Lots of friendly, neighborly people ever ready to lend a hand wherever needed. We'll provide information to help you in preparing nutritionally- balanced meals. We'll offer shopping tips on how to get more value for your money. And information about seasonal buys on foods that are plentiful and sell for less. Meal ideas will be yours for the taking in recipe leaflets you'll enjoy using. Meat cooking information will teach new homemakers which meats can be dry-cooked and which require moist cooking methods. We hope you'll like this new service from Safeway! And use it to make meal planning, food shopping and saving money easier. After all, we're here to help. Remember that Safeway is your friendly neighbor right down the street.. .come visit us soon! Cantaloupe ;< „ 69 e Sweet Corn sJs* 6* 88? Peppers ^fe tew ,..'.......;, : ',,;.. M ,I9* Fresh Carrots ^^L.::.^^ Juice Oranges J^&t,.;-;5ft 98 e Sunsweet Prunes BT; ,** 49 e Mushrooms f.K!sa.. ; .'•: .> 99 C ARECA VARIETY 28 to 30-Inch Size When Full Grown 8-Inch Pot ASSORTED MUMS •University expertS *° LversU y of«-»'»" HELPING YOU SELECT MEAT & PRODUCE Whether you handle the big responsibility of a home and family or atSusiness career(or both!), time is a precious commodity to you. Safeway people-are ready to help you .save time in many ways. MEAL PLANNING FOR WORKING WOMEN Whether you handle machines inside or outside the home, we've lots of great foods to help you whip gp some delicious meals. You'll like our variety and low prices. At times, we'll also offer free recipes to lend a hand. * \ Know Your Food" *• v Gioup Milh Gtoup YOUR FOOD GUIDE' Here is the first in a five-part weekly series on Food for Fitness — a Daily Food Guide.' It explains our need for different nutrients. The Basic Four Food Groups, briefly outlined here, will be fully detailed in four subsequent columns in Safeway ads. We suggest you clip this series to keep handy for nutritional meal planning. HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE Each day our food should supply us with many different nutrients — • Protein for growth und for repair of the body. • Minerals and vitamins for growth and to keep the body functioning properly. """ ""*"' o'™-i.™» wxv • Fat and carbohydrates for energy". Most foods contain more than one nutrient, but no single food contains all the nutrients in the amounts needed. Thus, we need a variety of foods each day. This Food Guide shows one way to choose foods wisely each day. In the Guide foods arc sorted into groups. Choices wilrjin groups are wide enough to allow for a variety of foods. Select the main part of your diet from the lour broad food groups. Add other foods as needed to make meals more appealing. Some pointers to guide you in using this plan: Choose at least the minimum number of servings from each of the broad food groups. Serving sizes may differ — small for young children, extra large (or seconds) for very active adults or teenagers. Pregnant and nursing women also require more food from these groups. Make choices within each group according to suggestions given. Foods.within each group are similar, but not idcn- ffcal, in food value. Choose additional foods to round out meals both from foods in the four groups and from foods not listed in these groups. These additional foods should add enough calories to complete your food energy needs for the day. ( Children need enough food energy to support normal growth; adults need enough to maintain body weight at a level most favorable to health and well-being. Try to have some meat, poultry, fish, eggs, or milk at each meal. OTHER FOODS To round oui meals and meet energy needs, almost ever) one will use some foods noi .specified in the lour food groups. Sueh foods include sugars, bullcr, margarine, oilier I'ais. These often are ingredients in a recipe, or arc added to other foods during preparation or at the table. Try to include some vegetable oil among the fats used. fc b 'Source ol material loi ihe Food Guide IUSD* Leaiiel No 42<

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