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    Save-A-Lot Awards Year’s Worth of Groceries to Contest Winner

    After thousands responses from shoppers asked to come up with recipes using only groceries from Save-A-Lot, The Save-A-Lot Food Stores Fuel Your Family meal solutions contest has closed and a grand-prize winner has been named: Toshwattie Ingram of Belleview, Fla.

    After thousands responses from shoppers asked to come up with recipes using only groceries from Save-A-Lot, The Save-A-Lot Food Stores Fuel Your Family meal solutions contest has closed and a grand-prize winner has been named: Toshwattie Ingram of Belleview, Fla.

    Finalists selected in various categories received a $250 gift card, with the best of the seven meal solutions garnering the title of grand-prize winner and a year’s supply of free groceries worth $5,200. Ingram was the finalist in the Healthy category for her recipe “The Bluit,” a blended mixture of fruits and vegetables. She created the smoothie to encourage her son and his friends to consume fruits.

    “There are recipes handed down from generation to generation, as well as money-saving recipes dating back to the Great Depression with a lot of creativity,” said Save-A-Lot marketing director Mark Kotcher.

    “Save-A-Lot already helps my family with the burden of a bad economy,” noted Ingram. “[T]his is wonderful!”

    St. Louis-based Save-A-Lot, an extreme-value, limited-assortment grocery chain, operates nearly 1,200 stores in 39 states from Maine to California.

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