Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 3, 1976 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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Can Case of 24... *4 7S APPLES Washington REANUT BUTTER © -67 Navel Oranges Red Grapefruit D'Anjou Pears Watermelon gtfB,* '.....,, 15 C Salad Lettuce s± B -33 C Fresh Broccoli.MaSR« ^ 69 C Green Cabbages * 15 e Red Radishes?: ^ 39 e Yellow Onions : s ±' .3-ft, 69 e RED OR GOLDEN These are Extra Fancy Washington Grown Beauties A Treat To You From Safeway! $ 7 49 A Case • ••^^^••p VHBB^WB CEIEBY Spread Some Peanut Butter On A Stalk And Enjoy, Fresh Stalk 29* •W^WHHBHWl CINERARIAS •Add A "Live" Touch To Your Home 6-inch Pot COMPARE SAFEWAY'S LOW PRICES ON A VARIETY OF THINGS 4*ttfliViHHMMlito t SAM* / SAFEWAY BRAND Red, Blue or Amber... 16-oz. Bottle 5 VITAMIN SAFEWAY BRAND 206l.U.'s Bottle of 100 SAFEWAY BRAND Finest Safeway Quality Bottle off 200 OVEN JOY FLOUR DESSERT Find All Your Baking Needs At Safeway 25-lb. Bag ... *2« 7 5-lb.Bag 6«l»«<' flt««K Case of24...»3" CORN HAKES CORN Crunchy Goodness In Every Bite... From Safeway 18-oz. Pkg. B& ^ 3-oz. Pkg. VEGETABLE OIL **%•* NUMADE Compare Safeway's Low Price 24-oz. Bottle SAFEWAY CHEDDAR CHEESE BEEF STEW '"V Chunk Mild Cheese *<*« BEL-AIR MAIN DISHES Gravy & Salisbury Steak, Veal Parmagian, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Spaghetti & Meat Sauce 32-oz. Pkg. ORANGE JUICE COTTAGE CHEESE m ilt»° &* DETERGENT WHITE MAGIC Do Your Laundry Economically... Shop Safeway 49-oz. Box I rREK/.M THE pO'A'nTF'j Frozen Regular or Crinkle Cut 32-oz. Pkg. LUCERNE Serve With A Fruit Topping 1 / 2 -Gallon .WESTERN IIIUITE DDE An FARMS WHITE DntAU SCOTCH TREAT 100% Pure Orange Juice From Florida 6-oz. Cans LUCERNE Enjoy It Served With Your Favorite Fruit 24-oz. Carton or 16-oz. Mrs. Wright's RAISIN mm t BREAD ... 44 V »/* A2 20-oz. Loaf Sales In Retail Quantities Only oCopyright 1960, Safeway Stores, Inc. Prices eff. 3-3-76 to 3-7-76 in Carroll. I WMRS >y^^ t n.1, '- VELKAY POOCH Layer- type OLD MILWAUKEE P <9A)M1K-KU:« 1 _ Mj<l«\«{,» M »K>t»^ 1 Velkaq 1 ' TO/^-oz. Package 3-lb. Can All Purpe 15</i-oz. Con CaseoflZ...«5" USDA CHOICE ROUND STEAKS USDA CHOICE GRADE BEEF Expertly-aged for Fine Flavor Full Center Cuts 0 ^^^^«l^^*v TURKEYS MANOR HOUSE 18 to 22-Pound Turkeys With Broad White Breast Meat Whole or Half FARMLAND HAMS Here's Juicy Eating That Can Be Served for Most Any Meal Shank Portion CICII f A If EC Captain's Choice Mb. • lljri VMIAIifcJ Quick to Prepare Package M 09 BEEF CUBES ssssr , IUNCH MEATS SAFEWAY TURKEYS BEEF RUMP ROASTS Safeway Wafer Sliced 3-oz. Meats for Sandwiches Package BUTTER BASTED Grade'A'5 to 9 Pounds Ib. 49' BREAKFAST SAUSAGE 79' LINK SAUSAGE Safeway Brand, In Assorted Sizes of Packages 59' $]49 BONELESS USDA Choice Grade Beef 55 4MQ1 %- 9137 Ib. I FILLETS CAPTAIN'S CHOICE Mb. Pkg. o STICKS CAPTAIN'S CHOICE 14-oz. Pkg. SAFEWAY Half Mini She -$939 Ib. Jfa SAFEWAY Regular or Thick Sliced 12-01. Pkg. 17' 12 Pk. KNOW YOUR FOOD YOUR FAMILY NEEDS ALL 4 BASIC FOODS DAILY 1. Meat, Fish, ft Poultry 2. Fruits and Vegetables 3. Dairy Products 4. Bread, Cereal Products MEAT GROUP Principal nutrients in food are proteins (amino acids), fats, carbohydrates (sugars and starches), vitamins, minerals and water. Protein is made up of amino acids, which are put together as important building blocks of body tissues. The main structural units of the body are the many different protein molecules that the body makes from the amino acids it has obtained from the proteins of foods. Major sources of protein are the Meat Group and its alternates. Foods included are: beef; veal; lamb; pork; variety meats, such as liver, heart, kidney; poultry; eggs; fish and shellfish; alternates — dry beans, dry peas, lentils, nuts, peanuts and peanut butter. Foods in the Meat Group contribute the protein, which is needed for the repair of body tissues — muscle, organs, blood, skin and hair. These foods also provide iron, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. Two or more servings of protein foods should be eaten every day. Count as 1 serving: 2 to 3 ounces (not including bone weight) cooked lean'meat, poultry or fish. Count as alternates for 1 serving of meat, poultry or fish: 2 eggs; 1 cup cooked dry beans, dry peas or lentils; or 4 tablespoons of peanut butter. Animal proteins are considered high quality while proteins from vegetables, grains and nuts are generally considered lesser quality. This lesser quality can be upgraded so that sufficient quantity of all essential amino acids is provided to the body. This can be done by combining a little animal protein with the lesser quality protein. For example: dry beans with cheese or a little meat; peanut butter sandwich with a glass of milk. However, in proper combinations, lesser quality proteins can be used as the only protein source. For example, beans with corn tortillas. Material Sources: University of California Cooperative Extension; USDA Leaflet No. 424; USDA "FoodforitsaU,"

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