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Rare $0.75/1 Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Coupon + A ShopRite Deal!

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Pork Coupon

There is a new Smithfield Pork Coupon available to print. The coupon is for $0.75 off any (1) Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork product and can be found under zip code: 19606. The coupon says “Available at Walmart” however it is a regular manufacturer’s coupon and can be used anywhere.

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Print Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork Coupon (19606)

To find the coupon, click on the link above and type in the zip code. Once the zip code is changed, click on the link above once again and it will take you right to the coupon.

Screen Shot 2014-08-16 at 8.07.54 AMShopRite has the Smithfield Marinated Pork Tenderloins on sale right now for $6.99 making them $5.49 after the coupon.

Here is your deal at ShopRite

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  • George

    Before you buy Smithfield products, you may want to read this. Also check the names of other products under the Smithfield label.

    http://www.snopesdotcom/food/warnings/smithfield.asp

    • Roxanne

      Yeah cause our meat packing plants are SOOO much better lol. Food
      processing period is just a crap shoot. Heck you can’t even count on
      “organic” as evidenced by so many recalls lately. If you still continue to eat meat, which I do you just cook it well and hope for best :)

      • Roxanne

        and I used this coupon an hour ago

        • George

          You’re of course free to consume any product that you wish. That said, China has a HUGE history of selling contaminated foods. While food products grown and processed in the USA are not always without fault, they are light-years ahead of most countries in food safety. Whenever and however I can, I purchase all food products that are grown, raised, harvested etc. in the USA. Other than growing and cooking food myself, that’s the best way I can ensure that the food I’m eating is healthy.

          • Roxanne

            well as far as I know Smithfield is still all here, raised here and processed here (well to the degree they always have been) There haven’t been any reports of them inputting their pork, they did this deal to get our pork in China. Their largest processing plant is in NC.

            • George

              Your choice. Just trying to be helpful.










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