Texas HEB Curbside pickup grocery list.

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  1. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey

    Just an example of a way to stay safe.

    You’re all set
    We updated your order. You can still add items to your order up to 4 hours before your pickup time.
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    Order summary

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    Product Substitutions Quantity Est Total
    [​IMG] H-E-B Low Fat Cultured 1% Milkfat Buttermilk, 1/2 gal
    Allowed
    1 $2.49
    [​IMG] H-E-B 100% Colombian Med-Dark Roast Ground Coffee, 34.5 oz
    Allowed
    2 $15.62
    [​IMG] H-E-B Extra Lean Ground Beef 96% Lean, 1 lb
    Allowed
    2 $10.26
    [​IMG] H-E-B Select Ingredients Burrito Grande Flour Tortillas, 10 ct
    Allowed
    1 $2.00
    [​IMG] H-E-B Select Ingredients Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, 8 oz
    Allowed
    1 $3.07
    [​IMG] H-E-B Essential Grains 12 Grain Bread, 24 oz
    Allowed
    1 $2.55
    [​IMG] Hill Country Fare Diced Mild Green Chiles, 7 oz
    Allowed
    2 $2.44
    [​IMG] Hill Country Fare Creamy Peanut Butter, 18 oz
    Allowed
    1 $2.06
    [​IMG] Chobani Non-Fat Strawberry on the Bottom Greek Yogurt, 4 ct
    No subs
    1 $3.89
    [​IMG] Keebler Sandies Pecan Shortbread Cookies, 11.3 oz
    No subs
    2 $5.28
    [​IMG] H-E-B Original Thick Cut Bacon, 24 oz
    Allowed
    1 $8.23
    [​IMG] Pace Mild Picante Sauce, 8 oz
    Allowed
    1 $1.57
    [​IMG] Fritos Scoops! Corn Chips, 12.5 oz
    Allowed
    2 $8.20
    [​IMG] International Delight French Vanilla Liquid Coffee Creamer, 32 oz
    Allowed
    1 $2.72
    [​IMG] Daisy Sour Cream, 16 oz
    Allowed
    1 $2.04
    [​IMG] H-E-B Pork Center Loin Chops Boneless, Avg. 1.0 lb
    Allowed
    1 $4.11
    [​IMG] H-E-B Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, Avg. 3.0 lbs
    Allowed
    1 $5.46
    [​IMG] H-E-B Boneless Skinless Extra Thin Sliced Chicken Breast, Avg. 1.21 lbs
    Allowed
    1 $6.21
    [​IMG] H-E-B Select Ingredients Seedless Raisins, 12 oz
    Allowed
    1 $2.55
    [​IMG] H-E-B Select Ingredients Whole Milk, 1 gal
    Allowed
    1 $4.10
    [​IMG] H-E-B Select Ingredients Mexican Style Cheese, Shredded, Value Pack, 32 oz
    Allowed
    1 $8.74
    [​IMG] H-E-B Chef Prepared Spinach Dip, 16 oz
    Allowed
    1 $4.61
    [​IMG] Hill Country Fare Thin Sliced Bread, 24 oz
    Allowed
    1 $0.88
    [​IMG] Chobani Non-Fat Peach on the Bottom Greek Yogurt, 4 ct
    No subs
    1 $3.89
    $5.64
    [​IMG] Aquafina Purified Drinking Water .5 L Bottles, 32 pk
    Allowed
    1

    What Ingredients Are in Aquafina Water?

    Aquafina, a division of PepsiCo, Inc., produces purified bottled water in three products: Aquafina (purified water), Aquafina Flavor Splash (flavored water beverage), and Aquafina Sparkling (carbonated flavored water beverage).


    Please note that information provided here is as of August 2009 and is subject to change. Aquafina® and other company product names are registered or un-registered trademarks of PepsiCo, Inc.

    Aquafina Sources
    The blue label on the Aquafina bottle says that it is "pure water" originating from public water sources--"tap" water to us. They run the water through HydRO-7™, their trademarked purification process.

    Ingredients
    Aquafina is filtered water that is sodium-free and has no nutritional value. The flavored beverages contain flavors, some sodium and other chemicals.

    Misconceptions--"Bottled" Does Not Mean "Spring"
    Many consumers prefer "spring" water, perhaps believing it is "natural" or somehow better. Aquafina is not spring water, which must come from a spring, a natural underground source.

    Misconceptions--Water and Your Health
    We need about 2.4 L of water every day, to maintain health. Water producers may state that their water is purer than tap water, which makes sense if they perform addition filtration, but they cannot say it is healthier.

    Government Protection
    The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulates public drinking water. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulates bottled water.

    Protect Yourself
    Read labels carefully to be sure you are getting what you want.

    Consider filtering your own water at home.


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    Last edited: May 6, 2020
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  2. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    HEB - Austin

    Grackles

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  3. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey

    Now I understand why my cookies were missing!
     
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  4. T. Riley

    T. Riley Monkey+++ Site Supporter++

    I hate the filthy bastards.
     
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  5. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    Go park at the HEB in Austin - stay the f away from trees. The little rats will bury your car....

    I don't what is worse, the bats or the damn birds....
     
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  6. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    As a public services for folks that haven't had the joy of spending time in Texas Hill Country.

    Grackles:
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    Your car at HEB (41 st St - nice store BTW)
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    park your car in the shade of a tree
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    Welcome to Austin, keeping things weird...
     
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  7. HK_User

    HK_User A Productive Monkey is a Happy Monkey

    Wally World had a nice shaded parking lot, much like the one in Austin. But come Gackle time and it was a mess.
    WW had to remove trees to protect vehicles.
    Too bad, WW here appears to take serious the area and it's patrons, not that I visit much anymore since HEB now sells it's Meds cheaper and has a new Drive through prescription pickup and Curbside Delivery Pickup of food and has much better Meats.
    BTW, HEB does not charge for the Curb Side grocery service on Fri,Sat or Sun.
    When you arrive to pickup Groceries you text you are there with your parking slot and they come out with your shopping cart which they filled and load it in your Truck.
    What is lucky for us is HEB just spent a large amount of money upgrading and enlarging their store abut 6 months before CCP Virus hit.
    Thank you HEB!!
     
    Last edited: May 8, 2020
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  8. Capt. Tyree

    Capt. Tyree Hawkeye

    Bought my first mega roll 6-pack of Quilted Northern TP in 2 1/2 months at H.E.B. a couple days ago. Since my usage is about a roll every two to three weeks, I decided at the outset of the Wuhan Thing Lockdown that I would wait until I began seeing the usual popular name brands hit the shelves before buying another roll.

    All paper products (with paper towels most prevalent) have been in reasonable supply for about the last month if you're OK with the plain vanilla generic brands. Over the last couple weeks I've been noticing that more of the popular TP name brands are making it back onto the store shelves without being feasted upon immediately like a shark frenzy. With that one 6-pack roll, I purchased enough to actually increase my TP inventory from what it was when the Wuhan Lockdown started. All is well! :)Thank you H.E.B.
     
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  9. jodirumph

    jodirumph Monkey

    HEB is a Texas staple. Fun Fact did you know that you buy less impulsively online then wandering the store. If your trying to watch you budget or your waistline you should eat a meal then drink a glass of water and order online. So curbside ordering is not only a good way to avoid the splatter/ save time/ save money/ and actually eat better.
     
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