Ever wondered what grocery stores do with all of the produce and bakery items they don't sell? Sometimes it's donated or recycled, and sometimes it just plain goes to waste. Treasure Valley stores were graded on accountability, prevention, and recycling, and none of them got an A.
Ten bucks on a few bags of Halloween candy? Scary. The next thing we know we've spent fifty bucks or more planning for trick-or-treaters, and let's be honest, because we want to hold back a stash for ourselves. It happens.
What better way to adjust to Daylight Savings time, than with a good sugar rush. After we lose an hour of sleep on Sunday morning, the buzz from a free cupcake with buttercream icing will perk us right up, and here's what you have to do to get it.
If your grocery bill is at least a hundred bucks every time you go to the store, soon you might be able to a whole lot more stuff with it. Two big grocery retailers in the Treasure Valley are slashing prices and that means good things for our tortilla chip and granola addictions.
Walmart store managers in some parts of the country make $92,000 per year. At Kohls, some store managers are making $87,000. Target store managers can make more than both. How does the Treasure Valley compare?