Grocery Clearance Center turns 20


Sure, those Terra chips expired in February, but they’re only 99 cents! Welcome to the wonders of the Grocery Clearance Center, where the cans are dented, the snacks are expired and everything is cheap.

The Grocery Clearance Center, sometimes referred to as Oak Cliff Whole Foods, celebrates its 20th anniversary Saturday, June 22.

They’re giving away hot dogs, drinks and dessert from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., plus twenty drawings for gift certificates.

The store opened on Tyler in 1993 and later moved to its current location on Cockrell Hill near Kiest.

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  • Gay Revi

    Great place to buy candles. Frequently, they have large pillars with small scratches and nicks on sale for a dollar or two.

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  • Gay Revi

    Melanie Williams