IGA Weekly Ad Circular, valid November 14 - November 20, 2018. This Week Ad best deals, and grocery savings on: Fresh Green Asparagus; IGA Frozen Vegetables; North Star Ice Cream Sandwiches; Ray's Chili with Beans; Prego Pasta Sauce; Western or Wish-Bone Salad Dressing; Brooks Chili Beans; General Mills Cereal Honey Nut Cheerios; Herbal Essences Shampoo or Conditioner; Hormel ... [ View Ad ]
Current best savings fron this IGA weekly ad: $3.49 lb Boneless Bottom Round Roast; $0.89 Healthy Choice Soup; $1.69 lb Assorted Pork Chops; 3/$0.99 IGA Macaroni & Cheese; $2.99 Van de Kamp's Fish; 3/$6 Eggo Waffles; $2.99 California Navel Oranges 4 lb Bag; $2.69 Kellogg's Cereal; $1.99 Keebler Chips Deluxe, Sandies or Simply Made Cookies; $2.59 Frito-Lay Tostitos or Kettle ... [ View Ad ]
Best savings from IGA: $1.88 Grade A IGA Large White Eggs; $3.49 Prairie Farms Butter; $2.99 4 lb bag California Navel Oranges; $1.98 Nestle Ready to Bake Cookies; $3.49 Boneless Shoulder Roast; $2.49 IGA Quick Oats; $2.69 Wilderness Pie Filling; 3/$4 Cake Mate Decors; $2.49 IGA Cooking Oil; $.99 Handi-Foil Pans; 2/$5 Nabisco Nutter Butter Rounds or Oreo Cookies; 2/$5 Hormel ... [ View Ad ]
Baking Sale from IGA: $.99 coupon Gold Medal Flour; $.88 Pillsbury Layer Cake Mix; $2.49 lb Holiday Red Seedless Grapes; $1.69 IGA Granulated Sugar; $.49 Imperial Margarine; $1.79 lb Pork Butt Roast; $3.99 Skippy Peanut Butter; $2.19 IGA Flaked Coconut; $6.49 Diamond Chopped Pecans; IGA Instant Pudding; $2.99 Reynolds Heavy Duty Foil; $6.99 Granulated Splenda; 2/$4 Eagle Brand ... [ View Ad ]
Latest best savings from IGA: $.99 Healthy Choice Soup; $2.49 Green Giant Idaho Potatoes; $8.99 lb Boneless Rib-Eye Steak; $3.99 lb Eye of Round Roast; $.88 Duncan Hines Brownie Mix; $2.99 lb 80% Lean Ground Beef; 2/$4 Creamette Pasta; $.99 Hunt's Pasta Sauce; $2.99 Nabisco Oreo Cookies; $2.99 Nabisco Nutter Butter Rounds; $.99 Gulden's Spicy Brown Mustard; $1.09 IGA White ... [ View Ad ]
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IGA is a brand of grocery stores active in more than 30 countries. Contrasting with the chain store business model, IGA operates as a franchise through stores that are owned separately from the brand. Many of these stores operate in small town markets and belong to families that manage them. It was founded in the United States as the Independent Grocers Alliance. The headquarters are in O’Hare, Chicago, Illinois.
IGA was started in May 1926 when a group of 100 independent retailers in Poughkeepsie, New York, and Sharon, Connecticut, led by J. Frank Grimes, organized themselves into a single marketing system. This group quickly expanded, and by the end of the year there were more than 150 IGA retailers. In 1930 there were over 8,000 grocery stores using the IGA name. The company uses the “Hometown Proud Supermarkets” slogan. Today, many IGA grocery stores are still located in smaller cities and towns throughout the United States.
The stores in the Alliance remain independently owned and operated. The Alliance oversees several resources shared among the member stores. These include, most visibly, the IGA store brand products and the logistical network that distributes them. The Alliance also provides training and assessment programs and an online advertising platform. It regularly coordinates promotional events and charity fundraising events that benefit store communities.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.iga.com.
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