By Not Buying Angel Food, You’re Paying Twice as Much!

I’ve done price comparisons of Angel Food Ministries in the past (in September 2009 and August 2010).  With the introduction of the Bountiful Blessing Box, the Bit o’ Blessing Box and the Pastor Joe’s Premium Box, I decided it was time to take a good look at our local market once again.

The results were quite considerable!

Bit o’ Blessing (9 items @ $21):
Krogers – $51.09; Wal-Mart – $35.04; Low Price Option – $34.05
Angel Food Savings = $13.05 – $30.09 [full analysis]

Signature Box (18 items @ $31):
Krogers – $63.96; Wal-Mart – $57.91; Low Price Option – $54.96
Angel Food Savings = $23.96- $32.96 [full analysis]

Bountiful Blessing (24 items @ $41):
Krogers – $84.96; Wal-Mart – $76.89; Low Price Option – $72.16
Angel Food Savings = $31.16 – $43.96 [full analysis]

Pastor Joe’s Premium (9 items @ $51):
Krogers – $84.71; Wal-Mart – $63.26; Low Price Option – $62.85
Angel Food Savings = $11.85 – $33.71 [full analysis]

So there you have it. Could you use an extra $30? If you were to buy either of these boxes to replace or supplement your regular grocery buying, you’d have it. That’s money that could be used to put onto debt, to pay for something you’ve needed but could not afford or to put into a rainy day savings fund. Either way, it’s a little bit of breathing room for your budgets. And that’s how Angel Food Ministries can provide a hand up like no one else.

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