Can you guess how much this fresh fruit cost?

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Can you guess how much this fresh fruit cost?

With the cost of living constantly increasing and wage growth at an all-time low, now more then ever residence of Logan are looking for ways to cut down on their spending. One of the biggest expenses can be the weekly family shop. Many feel like eating healthy is a more expensive option however that is not always the case. All it takes is knowing where to shop and putting in the extra little effort to get the best prices.

Logan Locals is committed to finding the best places to shop and showing our readers how they can make the weekly food budget last a little bit longer.

Our first recommendation for those looking to save a few bucks is Mega Fresh Browns Plains. Mega Fresh is located at 5-7 Enterprise Way, Browns Plains and offers great quality fruit and veggies at very reasonable prices.

What makes mega fresh so cheap is their frequent specials and “fruit market” vibe. Make sure you check out their facebook page to keep up to date on their latest specials and discounts.

We recently stopped by and picked up a weekly supply of fruit and veggies and were amazed by how little it cost and how much food we purchased. Can you guess how much all the fruit and veggies in the photo below cost? (Don’t worry the answer is below).

How much did this cost?

All the fruit and veggies above came to a total of $16.39. No, that wasn’t a typo. Now it is true that the day of purchase there were some amazing specials running however this is a frequent occurrence at Mega Fresh.

Here is a breakdown of the cost (Give or take a few cents):

  • 1 x Cauliflower whole – $0.98
  • 1 x Iceberg Lettuce – $1.99
  • 2 x whole Cucumber – $3.00
  • 2 kg of Carrots – $3.00
  • 1kg of Tomato’s – $1.99
  • 1.4kg of Broccoli – $1.40
  • 2kg of Avocado – $4.00

If you are also after some great prices on meat, Check out Mega Meats next door.

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