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Target had expanded the food sections at its Hackensack and Paramus stores.
Though I don't need any more food-shopping options, I dropped by the Hackensack store today to redeem a coupon for a dozen free eggs I received in the mail.
Now, just about the entire rear of the store is devoted to groceries, refrigerated and frozen food, and a new fresh produce section.
Costco, ShopRite and H Mart are within 2 miles of the Hackensack Target, and all three have bigger selections and better prices.
I jotted down some of the prices at Target:
Bananas for 24 cents each, a dozen eggs for $1.69, cucumbers for 99 cents each; Taylor organic baby spring mix, $3.99 for 5 ounces; Market Pantry (the Target brand) lactose-free milk, $3.19; Horizon organic lactose-free milk, $3.99; Green Giant Fresh romaine lettuce, $2.14 a head.
I picked up my free eggs, and purchased a 30-ounce jar of reduced-fat Kraft Mayo with Olive Oil, on sale for $2.50, a savings of $1.34; and two 5.5-ounce packages of conventional spring mix and spinach for $2.99 (buy one, get one free).