I don’t know about you, but I get sticker shock every time I pass the meat department. A few years ago brisket was regularly 0.99 cents per pound if it was bought whole in the cryopack. Then suddenly the price doubled, then tripled, then quadrupled, and yes, even quintupled. Numerous times over the past two years I have refused to buy it.
The meat department’s only saving grace are those bright orange stickers with the words “manager’s special” on them. You probably already know, “manager’s special” is code for “this meat is going to expire today, so we are giving you a great deal on it”.Continue Reading