Avocado producers from Mexico are getting ready to export more than 100 thousand tons of avocado for the 53rd Super Bowl, which will be held on Sunday, February 3rd here in the United States. According to Avocados from Mexico, based out of Irving, Texas, two hundred million pounds of guacamole are served throughout the United States during the Super Bowl alone. Not only are avocados and guacamole delicious, they are actually good for you. Avocados are very nutritious and contain a wide variety of nutrients, including 20 different vitamins and minerals. Some of these include Vitamin K, Folate, Vitamin C, E, B5, B6 and Potassium. They are loaded with fiber and heart healthy fats, and even contain antioxidants for eye health. Below is a list of pricing for avocados around the area. Be sure to add this great dish to your Superbowl game-day menu and tell all your guests that it was their health that you had in mind.
Sprouts– Jumbo Hass Avocados- 2 for $3, Regular Hass Avocados- 3 for $1
Smiths– Large Hass Avocados- .77 cents each with card, Small Avocados- .69 each with card, can also get a bag of 4- $2.99
Vons and Albertson’s– .99 cents each
Smart & Final– 2 for $1, limit 12
Gardenas Markets– Small Hass Avocados- 5 for .99 cents
Walmart– Hass Avocados Bag, 5 count- $3.47 or .58 ea
Whole Foods– Prime members- organic Hass Avocados- 4 for $5 Whole Foods also gives a lesson on how to pick the best avocado here.
Stock up for the big game and all that guacamole dip. Check out these other food deals happening this weekend: